The mark consists of a skull with antlers designed to look like a crossbow. The skull's nose is lengthened which becomes the stock of the crossbow. A wheel is attached to each of the outermost tips of the antlers. A crossbow string is attached to the left wheel and strung through the skull's eyes to and around the right wheel, then to the stock around the nock of an arrow then back to and around the left wheel then back to the right wheel to which it is attached. The crossbow is at full draw and ready for firing along the length of the skull. The skull is the barrel of the crossbow. There is a broad head attached to the arrow. There is a scope attached to the stock.
An illustration drawing without any word(s), letter(s), or number(s)
Color is not claimed as a feature of the mark.
Caribou, Bones (animals, four-footed mammals) , Horns (of animal) along (not part of heads), antlers , Braids, Wheels with spokes, Archery bows, Other arrows