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    Wish David would write a book about DAS Kinetics history from a dream to reality and everything that went into the development of the Das bow! I would buy one. If anyone still talks to David talk him into it. Gil
  2. TradTalk Main Forum I bought 2 copies on accident. I'm happy to pass one copy on, to someone who will read it. This has been a good info source for me. PM me if you are interested.
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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...
  4. Watering Hole
    It is the time of the year I bury myself in books. The latest one is by Eugene Ware, Indian War-1864. Very interesting that is taken from Eugene Ware time with the Army in Neb and Co. of daily life and dealing with the Pawnee, Cheyenne and Sioux tribes along with the wagon trains heading west...
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    Hi, I would like to share the publication of my fifth book: StringWalking, el arte del ARCO RASO, (Spanish edition). I thank you very much for helping me in understanding the complex art of StringWalking. I discover it here some years ago and I learned a lot from all your postings. Thank you...
  6. Bow Projects
    I am wanting to get into bowyering (Is that a word?) and would really like to build laminated hybrid longbows. I have quite a bit of carpentry (including furniture building and electric guitar building) experience and think I could pick it up. I have googled and read anything I can find but I'm...
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    Anybody here ever read the book by Shig Honda and W Newson Its called "Winner or loser?". Its about competitive archery, book was written 1972, dedicated to Olympic hopefuls etc. Some good stuff especially the last chapter.
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    I know what works for me, most of the time.....trial and error, haha. But, I'm helping a new-to-archery guy, and I thought I'd start this thread, to see what MOST OF YOU say. is the conventional rule of thumb say 4 inches shorter than AMO bow length? 3 inches for longbow? or vicey-versey? I...
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    I am just getting into ILF\DAS. I have some great risers and like trying different limbs. I have asked questions and received very detailed technical answered, which I appreciate. It appears that there are valid technical concerns when selecting limbs and riser combinations. Is there a good...
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    I just wanted to let people know it is done and for sale. I just read it and it has some great info in it. I think he will be at Kalamazoo next week and will probably have them there. Chris
  11. Faith and Fellowship
    The "Majority" of Theologians "agree"that the Book of Job is the "oldest" Book in the Bible. Going with the premise that is true......"How" did Job have such "insight" and "knowledge" and "wisdom"? After all....he would "not" have had..."any" writings (Bible) to "guide" him. Not even the Books...
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    Hi, I enjoy this family/forum for years and I get good friends here. Just want to share this with you. I have my second book published by Amazon, and this one is about archery. Sorry it is in Spanish as it is my language and there are no many archery books in Spanish...
  13. Hunting Camp Good read!
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    What has been your most helpful book or DVD on traditional archery. For me, most interesting, not most helpful were the Masters of the Barebow series
  15. Hunting Camp
    For those interested in the future of elk hunting and the role of the wolf, you might want to pick up this book: Alaska's Wolf Man: The 1915-55 Wilderness Adventures of Frank Glaser by Jim Rearden. The story of Frank Glaser is a great read and his insight into the wolf is really fascinating...
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    Hi, Traditional Archery by Sam Fadala is available free on Kindle from Amazon. Don't know how long for so check price first please.
  17. The History Room
    I regularly purchase the quarterly "Military Warfare" and its sister pub "Ancient Warfare" at my local B&N. Current issue of MW ppg 4-5) has a review/comment on a book "Prisoners of War in the Hundred Years War: Ransom Culture n the Late Middle Ages". It deals extensively with...
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