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  1. Watering Hole
    I just discovered that Leon Redbone passed away. He will be missed. https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/singer-leon-redbone-dies-69-152419129.html Here is one of my favorites: Walking Stick.
  2. Warfin' Wall
    I have a High Country American bow that is sitting around collecting dust, I've always loved the feel of it and am interested in putting recurve limbs on it. Has anyone here tried one? Or ruled it out for any reason? I've seen limb pocket angle mentioned as an important factor, how would I go...
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    Register for the 2nd North American Chinese Archery Tournament Here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeYGk674_BvWUrvdML4sQxCPH7dBeZJVLYJj6N-zEOLc5Fqpw/viewform Rules for North American Chinese Archery Tournament Last update: 2018-07-10 If there are revisions or clarifications to...
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    I've had this American Whitetail Hybrimat CRM target about 12 months now, shooting at a range of 8 yards in my apartment. Recurve bows in the range of 30#-35# and my compound at 50#. I estimate I've done about 4,000-5,000 shots so far. It's 25" x 25" x 17" deep. I am VERY happy with this...
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    ....made in Texas, designed by a Scot! A circa 1962 Birnie Bows "Caledonian", currently residing in Texas, likely looking for a new home More pics/info here
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    I just found an American Archery Cheetah Supreme covered in ugly green paint and cleaned it up, but I'm looking for some more information about the bow. I know the company was based in Wisconsin and that it's likely a 1960s model bow, but beyond that I'm not coming up with anything. Any help...
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