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  1. Bows
    Hi all, I know there are some Falco owners out there, and probably you love your bows, but if anyone wants to part with one, I’d love to try one. Thanks!!
    $123 USD
  2. Warfin' Wall
    I'm paying it forward and giving away this riser. It is in very good condition, just needs to be cleaned up a little and some ILF plates and you should be in business. There is a 5/16-24 threaded hole for a plunger, and two threaded holes for a recurve sight. There is also a bushing for a...
  3. TradTalk Main Forum
    I have a WTB ad on AT like I do here on TT. Since last night I received 2 PMs asking to email in one and text to another. They are scammers that just joined. They are either looking to sucker you in and rip you off or just trying get personal information. I assume they will be moving onto the...
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    Back in August of last year I posted an explanation of the linear approximation of the draw force curve and what we can learn from this simple model. However, what you gain in simplicity, you lose in accuracy. Still, it does a pretty good job of explaining bow performance from a qualitative...
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    On several occasions I have discussed the linear approximation of the draw force curve. We call this an ideal bow. It is a useful device for understanding draw force and energy relationships at you change draw length. While it may not predict the exact draw force and energy, it is a useful tool...
  6. Watering Hole
    Made this for the civilian CCW: Subchapter 6 - Justification § 5-2-607 - Use of deadly physical force in defense of a person. 5-2-607. Use of deadly physical force in defense of a person. (a) A person is justified in using deadly physical force upon another person if the person reasonably...
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    Which has a more consistent dfc a longbow or recurve ILF limb. I am looking for a limb that might have a steady increase from start to finish.Not to concerned about speed but more smooth drawing.
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    Putting this in here as an example of a draw curve for a rarely-encountered kind of bow. These Plains bows are essentially short (47") longbows, with short practical draw lengths to match. This is a lighter weight example, obviously. The ones capable of taking down Bison from point blank range...
  9. Watering Hole
    Have you ever dreamed of flying with the same simplicity as riding a bike? SCORPION platform is a single-seat aircraft that rediscovers the art of flying and hovering enabling a hi-tech quadcopter-based solution. It's a unique electric-powered vessel combining a motorcycle seat with...
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    This is in response to Phil's request in the "Form check (roast me)" post elsewhere on this forum. I mentioned that the shooter's posture showed 3 different planes being applied. And I mentioned "articulation" which I will address in a secondary post. There is ONLY one important "plane of...
  11. Hunting Camp
    I just ordered the SteelForce 225 grain single bevel broadheads and some 225 grain field points to practice with. I planning on using the single bevels for elk and whitetail this fall. I'm shooting a #60 Bear Kodiak Hunter, with GT 29.5" 340's. I've been watching with Dr. Ed Ashby, unfortunately...
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    All are two blade, screw in, single right bevel broadheads. Which one would be best? Flight, ease of sharpening, and toughest for whitetail?
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    Which one would be better for warfing? I have to get my draw length checked(I thought I knew). I doubt it's more than 27.5 or so.
  14. Warfin' Wall
    I found a Hoyt pro force extreme riser for 10 bucks. Is it a warfable riser or would it be a waste of $10 ?
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