Nadlok and the Origin of the Copper Inuit


Arrows at Nadlok consist of a narrow spruce shaft socketted to a bone or antler foreshaft attached to a stone or metal arrowhead with a copper rivet. Frequently, the foreshaft is barbed along one edge ending in a point without an arrowhead. Link: Projectile Points.

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