Trade Points got their name from being used for barter between Native Americans and Early Settlers and could be made from just about any metal. Stronger than knapped stone arrow points and easier to sharpen.
Made from .031" banding steel, they're an inexpensive. Overall length approximately 2-7/8". Blade dimensions approximately 2" long x 1-1/8" cutting width. Sold by the 6-pack.
Tip: Slot your arrow perpendicular to the grain for maximum strength. Recommend using real or Artificial Sinew for hafting the point to the slotted arrow.