Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: The Aussie Bush
The arrowheads look Central or Northern Luzon to me. However, the construction of the arrows and bow are non-traditional for that area. The bows are always made from hardwood, often palm wood--a bamboo bow would be considered a "toy" fit for a child to use. The arrow shafts can be bamboo, but more usually a harder wood that is straighter than bamboo, and the flights would be feathers.
This ensemble looks like a recent concoction made for those who travel.