Now peel your bow, and cut string notches about an inch from each end. Tie loops in a section of paracord to form a bowstring. Next, peel your arrow shafts, whittle the thicker end to a point, and carve a string nock in the smaller ends (tie some paracord around the shaft just below the nock as you carve it, to prevent splitting). Lastly, using the small inner strands from paracord, tie feathers to the arrow just ahead of the nock. That’s it! You are now armed to hunt squirrels, fish, and other small game, or just have fun plinking around camp.