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    So Cody and I have partnered up to do some much needed testing on bow equipment, theories, truths, facts, myth busting, and so on. This isn't an easy effort, nor a cheap one. There are so many half truths out there that need revealed. There are just as many solid things out there that need...
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    sooooo. i have a spare set of limbs. i switch em out with my sage every now and then from the stock 45# to lighter 35#. for when i feel like shooting 1000 arrows lol. anyway, i thought about just adding a riser to the limbs. and then i came across the 54" OMP adventure on amazon. really...
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    I've been pretty busy since coming back from Colorado and haven't had time to post any story. I'll try and get it told next week as I'm convalescing from another scope on my right knee. Multiple tears in the meniscus as a result of a bad fall in the mountains. Shouldn't be down more then a few...
  4. Watering Hole
    Liam, Aaron and I spent the last few days on a wild mountain river. To get there we had to traverse rattlesnake ridge, and then go beyond the end of state maintenance by 15 minutes or more...
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    We sold a set of limbs and bought a reel and a couple of arrows. I mounted an old zebco 606 on a stabilizer using Loctite weld and hose clamps.
  6. Hunting Camp
    Today I took out the Quinn Stalion #45, to do a little stump shooting, and to recover some lost arrows from over the winter. Our snow pack has finally mostly melted away and I had a few strays that I needed to go back and look up. So I'm back in the forest a ways, and there's a nice rotten log...
  7. Watering Hole
    Grafton turned 15 this week. So we took a little time out for a fishing adventure with our good friend Uncle Matt, and explored a new part of Kentucky we'd never seen. It was so cool, on this wild mountain stream, that I thought I'd share it with you. So here we are, somewhere between...
  8. Hunting Camp
    Liam (my son) set traps with my guiding partner on Friday (the joys of homeschooling!). Yesterday morning we checked them and set a few more. These are the pics from Saturday morning. My partner's son came along.
  9. TradTalk Main Forum
    Well I took the plunge today and bought my first Modern Trad rig. First I want to thank all of you that answered my questions about stringwalking and barebow equipment, it really helped after the initial information overload. Rusty, I talked to Bob Gordon and he recommended I not to get a warf...
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    My adventure to Africa began with the news from my orthopedic surgeon Steve Kollias that the last of four rotator cuff operations (3 right, 1 left) would likely result in a renewed ability to shoot a bow again. He is a magic man with pins and screws. I ordered my first recurve and over the...
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    Well guy's I am going to make some attempt to tell ya about my trip across the pond. What a trying week ! To start off with I rode in 5 planes to get to Genova, complete with 9 hours worth of lay-overs and at least 3 screaming babies ! After reaching Genova we went to get our bags and my bow...
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