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  1. Warfin' Wall
    Warning: Converting bows can be fun and VERY addictive. You may end up with a work bench full of old compound bows and wonder how they got there. I got really lucky the day I found this site. I had no idea at the time but I was about to get into a whole new area of archery, that of converting...
  2. TradTalk Main Forum
    Winter time means it is time to do some bow work so among other things, I now have 12 new bows by converting 3 risers X 4 set of limbs. The first is a Ben Pearson Razorbak compound riser that makes a 20" riser. Adding the Trad-master longbow limbs makes a 64" bow. The Osage overlays are there to...
  3. Warfin' Wall
    Side by side, a Proline and a Black Bear, converted to DAS mount.[/URL][/IMG] The Proline uses DAS plates, bolted down on a shortened riser. The Black Bear was milled-out. Sam did great work on them. Either one will shoot the lights out.
  4. Warfin' Wall
    Building my own Web Site here; Will have a blog and more information in the says to come. If anyone wishes to contact me? Do so on my Web Site in a week or so. This will enable me to finally break away..:luck:
  5. Warfin' Wall
    Looking for Black Bear to DAS conversion pics. I would enjoy seeing what has been done and well as draw length and limb combinations that have worked well for others. Thank you all in advance and I hope all of you and your families have a very Merry Christmas. Cheers, from RAF Lakenheath...
  6. Bow Projects
    Just wandering if there are many that prefer to build non-ILF/DAS limbs and convert old compound risers to curve or long bow? Why? I prefer to tailor made my limbs to the risers and dont need to pay more for factory excuses anyway.:smash:
  7. Bow Projects
    Two ProHunter/Gamegetter conversions..24 inch risers..Samick Sage limbs (40#) ...both are 65 inches long..NON-ILF..shimmed the pocket angles to 21 degrees from 26 degrees..both are really accurate shooters..around 170 fps , but good enough for me..risers stay balance in the vertical plane...
  8. Warfin' Wall
    My name is Bryan Schmidt, I have been building warf bows for 2 years. Mostly for locals in Kansas. My risers are built the right way with the limb seating in the dovetail on the ILF fitting not the limbbolt. Other than that I build them Bob Gordan style. Basic price $125 return shipping insured.
  9. Warfin' Wall
    After the I finish the risers I have for ILF, I"m only going to convert risers for DAS attachment system ONLY. List of Risers I will convert to DAS. Proline Black Bear and some variants of Bear risers. TD risers with existing limb bolts. Spectra, Rambo and probably Pro Vantage. I am perfecting...
  10. Warfin' Wall
    I am offering it now. 100.00 includes shipping insured conus. Makes good cheap 18 1.2 riser!
  11. Warfin' Wall
    My new plate really works good in a Proline!!!! I love the Proline for three reasons, it has "Hotrod geometry" and has a solid bottomed riser pocket, and has almost perfect angled pocket profile to fit an ILF Limb! Here is a couple of risers I just finished with the new plates. The little riser...
  12. Warfin' Wall
    I'm probably shootin' myself in the foot here in a roundabout way, but has anyone converted the Bear '76 in the first link or the "uknown" Bear t/d in the second link?
  13. Warfin' Wall
    OK, I am open for Business! PM me for questions.
  14. Warfin' Wall
    I do them a whole lot like the 'Gordon Warf". I like the steel plate and lower entry of the ILF dovetail. I install a plate in the bottom for the detent to run on also. Will be doing these on Bear Black Bear, Hoyt TD-3 and Rambo, Spectra risers, and of course, Prolines. Probably be April before...
  15. TradTalk Main Forum
    Looks like an easy thing to do. Has anyone converted one? and if so what size is the connector threads etc. I just happen to have a TD-3 that appears to be an easy project.
  16. TradTalk Main Forum
    We give Warf a lot of credit for this, but the idea has been around a long time. In fact, I recall seeing this modication service being advertised first in 1974 in some of the bowhunting magazines. It was quite the thing back then to convert your old-fashioned, obsolete recurve into a...
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