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  1. Warfin' Wall
    Hi TradTalk, Longtime bowhunter and shooter, mostly compound but have been dabbling in trad for a few years. Found my way over from ArcheryTalk because I needed info on (s/q)warfing a bow. I have an early '90s era Golden Eagle Falcon Flame that blew a steel cable 15 years ago and has been...
  2. Warfin' Wall
    Questions: 1.) Perhaps not an "ideal" candidate, but a candidate nonetheless? 2.) I won't be maimed backing the limb bolts out to remove limbs without a bow press?
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    Dave holquist hatched up the idea for a riser weight for his gillo ghost. He asked for a manly bullet shape. It's turned out quite beautifully. Since it is a hunting bow it went from a high polish to a flame oxidized Bronze finish. Since many bows have a built-in egg holder I am showing it on a...
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    Well the Brand X limbs arrived today, now I'm waiting on a string to arrive. This is my first 25" riser. I'm looking forward to working on my form with a light and long recurve. I'm not sure what I'm going to do now that I can't blame my equipment. Maybe the Costco limbs will be the culprit...
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    Im not going to say we are in the Golden Years of Archery however I do believe we are in a great time in Trad Archery. Several events have contributed to the development in Traditional Archery from the availability of shooting instruction, internet forums and Gear. There are a lot of posts...
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    So yesterday I came across a Craigslist ad that was for 6 bows. All for $120. The pics looked good and they were all 15 to 30 pound draw. I emailed and said I would probably take them all for up at my buddies cabin. 2 were already sold but he still had 4 left. I asked how much and he said $70 so...
  7. Warfin' Wall
    Sorry if I'm beating a dead horse but I can't find a lot of information on it. I've got a chance to buy a golden eagle falcon for 45 bucks. Is it worth it and how easily can it be done
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    Well Folks?...I took the advice of many here who recommended I try one of Steve's Mountain Muffler Strings claiming it would fast track my efforts in obtaining maximum silence with Robertfishes excellent Amberboo Core/Black Glass Limbs on my Beloved DAS Elite riser and this is where I'd like to...
  9. Warfin' Wall
    Has anyone ever done a warf project with one of these risers? I have an old one that I dont hunt with anymore and started reading these post. Seems like a cool project.
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    68", 43#, circa 1967'ish. Not exactly sure of the year, but Ernie Root's son, Larry, says it's pre Archery Research...a joint effort by Phil Grable and Ernie Root. Shooting 1816 with 100 grain tips. Shooting at bare bale at 25 yards...this was my last four arrows. Still getting use to...
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    I just picked up a Ben Pearson Golden Sovereign Lord Mercury on eBay. I'm hoping to shoot it in the traditional recurve division at indoor nationals. I don't know much about it. Does anyone know these bows? Any tips on setting them up? It's 66 inches, 29#@28
  12. Warfin' Wall
    Ok, sage warfers! What do you think of this riser? Golden Eagle Turbo Flyte. Pretty short for a Golden Eagle. I'm wondering if the limb pockets may be too laid back. Maybe a little deflexed too?
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    Anybody know if this is one of the compound risers that will accept Sage limbs? What measurements would I need to take to find out?
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    Happy New Year folks :) I have an old Golden Eagle Sparrow Hawk (since 1996/7). The bow got too small for me to enjoy and was put away, until now. I thought about a simple bolt-on conversion and I'm looking for the best limbs for the job. The pocket size on the riser is 1.67" wide, 4.41" long...
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