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    Can't help but notice a large number of grey heads at some of the high level shoots I've been watching. It appears like archery might be a very age friendly sport? I can't think of any other sport off hand where the number of older gents is in such high contention. As a guy in his late...
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    How has your bow poundage changed as you age? In my 20's I shot 70 lbs on my recurves and longbows. In my 30's I shot about 60 lbs, and in my 40's i dropped down to about 52 lbs. I turn 50 this year, and i am shooting about 48 lbs. I can still pull and shoot those heavier bows, but they are...
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    In the spirit of honoring those who came before us... Note the depiction of multiple bow types (D longbows, short curved bows, longer recurved bows), archers leaning into the bow, dynamic follow-throughs, holding arrows in the bow hand with points up (just like in modern tribal groups)...
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    I've got an opportunity to spend an 1 1/2 hours at a YMCA twice a week.. I was an animal in my 20's and managed to coast on that into my 40's, But... Its all over now.. So, Recommendations please. Should I buy a book? I have some shoulder issues and feel like I need to strengthen every...
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    Hey everyone, I'm a 16 year old guy and I am in my second year of training and dieting (so first year of actual training and dieting) and I'm getting quite serious about it. For a while now I've been wanting to get into bodybuilding/physique competitions. What would be a good age to start...
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    Hi all- I just got a beautiful Shakespeare Super Necedah and am wondering how I can find out the age of the bow (serial #s maybe?) I believe they were manufactured from 68-7? I think. I've got so say- I've got a couple takedowns and this bow is super, super smooth and intuitive to shoot- much...
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    On the tail winds of many fantasy based movies and television shows comes a whole new generation of archers anxious to pick up bow and arrow and get after it Like every generation of archers all are inspired by something and or someone For many of us that have been into archery for decades we...
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    Hi gang, Just picked up a nice howatt hunter #[email protected] Pretty excited just wish it was at 40 instead. The serial number says 6470. Any idea as to its age? Fast flite or b50? Thanks! Ed
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    With Kit getting better, Bows like the fiberbow allowing archers to perform with shoulder problems etc. here is a classic case of how archery is a sport for all ages, and how choosing the right kit can help you overcome disability, and age to put in PB's Kate Murrey is from the Borders, about...
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    Thank you for all your help, as i get more pictures of different bucks i will post these too. I am not very good at ageing.
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    Hi all-I'm new to the site and have a question about my bow. it is a Damon Howatt, 69", LH, 35#@28" Ser.# EM6088. I've had it for 25-30 years and have been told it shoots faster than its weight would indicate. My previous recurve was also a DH-34#@28", and I believe 69". no ser.# model was the...
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    this one was made under martin yeah? will post serial number once i get it. estimated value? history? thanks
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    Bear Kodiak Magnum Grayling, MI US Patent 2,842,113 KU - 39905 green wood with blue stripe in riser raised medallion (kind of silver or pewter in color) It has a threaded insert for a stabilizer I think? My guess is 1972 to ? Any help appreciated
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    I am new to TradTalk and am returning to Traditional Archery after years away. I am in [proud] possession of a Jack Howard Hunting bow. It is 66" ~ 50# ~ black front and white inside ~ and has the following on the lower side of the riser [E-162]. From what I've been told and able to find, I...
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    I have almost always shot medium 44# XQ-1's on my DAS Hunter making a 55#@30" bow. I also have a pair of medium 40# Winex that presumably make a 51# bow using my current set-up. For whatever reason, I seem to shoot a little better with the Winex limbs. My groups are a little tighter and include...
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    This is my first post with our new DSL hook up. Wow, it's almost as fast as the women I date.
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