An arrowhead is a sharpened tip added to an arrow to make it lethal for hunting. Early arrowheads were constructed of stone and even animal bones. As human civilization and technology grew, other materials such as steel and iron were used. The arrowheads which BUDK sells are hand knapped arrowheads from contemporary stone artisans.
During the Stone Age, civilizations used sharpened antlers, stone flakes, and rocks as both weapons and tools. These artifacts might be collectively referred to as "arrowheads," but some where spear points, hammers and other tools.
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Stones used to make arrowheads
Flint, crystal quartz, diorite, hematite, jasper, quartz were commonly used to make projectile points such as arrowheads during the Stone Age. Harder rock such as granite was used to make bowls or tools, but never points because the difficulty of working with such a hard stone.