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  1. Bows
    SOLD Uukha Vx+ Long 36# Like New SOLD I have like brand new Uukha Vx+ Long 36# and would like to sell or trade them for Vx+ 40# or 42# Mediums. Will sell outright for $775 TYD. Mine have never been in the field, maybe 100 arrows through them.
  2. TradTalk Main Forum
    I have a friend who is wanting a pair of Samick Extreme longs in good shape. He would prefer 36#, but will consider 34 or 38. If you have such available, please respond to me here.
  3. TradTalk Main Forum
    I was sorting thru my limbs and realized I had SF glass /foam limbs in all three sizes at 30#. I am going to put them on a 19" Mamba that is tuned for predator ii 700 @ 312 gr. Each set of limbs should draw in 36# range. I wonder which limb length will be the fastest? I wonder if the one...
  4. TradTalk Main Forum
    I picked up a new bow from Mike and Jason (Dryad Bows) today. I ask them to make me a plain 17" riser very strong, 62" recurve in the 35#@28" range. I prefer a plain riser on my wooden bows. one that looks like it has to work for a living (like me) :). I ask them to make it out of the...
  5. Warfin' Wall
    Black Bear Warf,Proline Typhoon Warf, Samick universal carbon, 36#70" True Draw is measurement from arrow nock to plunger or pivot point at draw. AMO is True Draw + 1 3/4", or, arrow nock to far side of riser at draw. Limb bolts are tight. Black Bear...
  6. Warfin' Wall
    Here's some data on limb weights on my Proline Warf with 36#@70" (long) , 38#@68" Samick universal carbon limbs: Limb bolts tight: 43#@28", 41#@27", 39#@26" Limb bolts loose 2 turns: 42#@28", 39#@27", 38#@26" Limb bolts loose 2 1/2: 40#@28", 39#@27", 37#@26" Draw...
  7. Hunting Camp
    I pulled a G. Fred tonight.... but without the heavy poundage thing, lol. I had my 40# Stallion with me for an evening hunt. Buck came in 5 minutes before quitttin' time. He was straight-on at 12 yards, then turned to my left and got by my first window, so I had to shift over to shoot the second...
  8. TradTalk Main Forum
    Hi, I have been thinking a lot and that’s not good! I set my 36# medium KAP limbs on my 17” wooden warf riser to get 45# at my draw (29”). According to general wisdom you get 1# for each inch, so 36# + (1# x 8#) = 44#. Close enough, I think. I’m working on a warf bow with 20” riser, so in theory...
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