An empire of arrowheads: At 85, Jack Zwickey turns out thousands of arrowheads a year
NORTH ST. PAUL, Minn. — An innovative arrowhead that slices through big-game animals like a butcher knife was the bedrock of Zwickey Archery of North St. Paul, founded in 1938 by machinist and inventor Cliff Zwickey.
But in 1957, a high-profile archer in a different part of the country came out with his own brand of arrowheads, and many Zwickey customers switched over.
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