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    I have no affiliation with the people behind this book, although some of them are members here. Anyway, I just wanted to pass along there is new interesting book to check out. I just got mine here...
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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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    Art Vincent just sent me a text of my Kwikee Kwiver he just finished.
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    A work of bow art . . . Avar siyah, 8th c CE, Podersdorf Austria - Courtesy of Edouard Alofs Regards, John
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    Finished up the inking for this next addition to the "Art" bows; or what is also referred to as the "Traditional Tattoo Series" bows. This particular riser is for a 66" longbow. The artwork was inspired by traditional Alaskan Indian artwork. From the bottom of the riser to the very top we got...
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    This is a sneek-peek look at how one of our "Art" or "Tattoo" bows begin. This particular edition to the series is one of a soon to be Elk. Once the design is applied by pencil it will then be carefully inked, coated with a wood stain, and then finally sprayed with a finish-sealer. It's gotten...
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    My wife and I spent last weekend in London. From our hotel base just off Trafalgar square, we had Friday night tickets for an Alan Ayckbourn play at the Theater Royal Haymarket and Saturday tickets for the English National Opera's stunning production of Madam Butterfly. Both productions were...
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    The bow maker art lives on . . . "Full mosaic birch bark on limbs, white horn with painting, spun gold and fossil ivory on bow ears." - Zhou Xiaochu "Magic" is all I have say . . . John
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    Hi. Just finished a fita field shoot, first one in a while. Here is the question for the string walkers out there. During a shoot if your first arrow goes a bit high or low do you just aim lower or higher to bring it into the spot or do you adjust your string walk? It occurs to me that if you...
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    Just came in the mail today. My pocket quiver made by Art Vincent.
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    Just got my new field quiver from Art Vincent today. Sure love it. Thanks Art! Sent from my Surface with Windows RT using Tapatalk
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    It is so much easier to give you bow an eye and let it see where it is shooting. The eye needs to be a right eye. Ocular dexterous. Not to be confused with left eye, ocular sinister. Paint your eye on the bow then cast the runes to let it see. It is so much easier than all the practicing...
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    My new hip quiver from Art Vincent arrived this week. I love the pocket quiver he made me a few years ago but as my wife said she'd treat me to a new one for my birthday I couldn't say no. I know a lot of you guys have quivers from Art too but for those that don't, you really should think about...
  15. Watering Hole
    Man Kills Self Before Shooting Wife and Daughter Something Went Wrong in Jet Crash, Expert Says Police Begin Campaign to Run Down Jaywalkers Panda Mating Fails; Veterinarian Takes Over Miners Refuse to Work after Death Juvenile Court to Try Shooting Defendant War Dims Hope for...
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    I have to vent a little here. I was at Bass Pro in Clarksville, IN over the weekend. They were selling crossbows like they were going out of style. People were also buying compounds and other gadgets. In the entire store there were two recurves. That was it along with a small 6 foot by 4...
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    One of the spots I found while hunting in So. Arizona...(cheesed photo, I can't re-size from file)
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    Last March, the temps here were in the 70s and 60s and I had made several trips to the outdoor range for field shooting and for 900 round practice. So far this year, we haven't gotten much out of the 30s. I'm so tired of shooting indoors. (Mr. Morley: Please don't post those pics of you...
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