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    I am thinking to drop a few lbs of draw weight off the longbow I currently enjoy and the Border "Harrier" longbow has been a casual interest of mine for a few years. I am hoping that maybe a member here has a bit of experience with this model and might be willing to share? Thanks in advance...
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    got my first longbow from sid during the recent sale. cleaned it up, waxed up the whole bow and wow. its a 68", [email protected]" HR came with yew finish in the limbs and beautiful shedua for the riser. shot the bow with arrows from 600/450/400 and 120g tips but was surprised that the arrows did not...
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    my favorite one piece long bow is the Borders Harrier Royale. 39# OMF, 66" woodcore/black glass. very good manners, best grip I have shot on a long bow,
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    Got my new Harrier GL from Border yesterday and have had a day to play with it .Very smooth shooting , very easy bow to hit were you are looking.It is bamboo core with the standard carbon and rosewood lams front and back ,also rosewood riser. Beautiful looking and great finish work on the bow ...
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    About 18-24 months ago I sold my Harrier GL to someone here on TT and for the life of me I can't remember who it was. Not remembering may or may not be a good condition at my age!! Anyway said bow was RH, 70" and in the 40s draw weight. If you were the lucky soul that took advantage of me in...
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    what is the difference between the two ? other than a little difference in limb shape .What about performance for same poundage and length.I want a 66" 45#@ 28. I have a 27 1/2 draw length.Sid has a 45# 66" griffon in stock and 3 months for a harrier ??
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    With my new found shot sequence and form, I am really enjoying the benefits of a longer draw and more stable approach to shooting the bow. I'm thinking of giving a longbow another honest try. 66" length would be my target. Really enjoying the reviews and looks of the Border Harrier Royale and...
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    I am Zsolt from Hungary, an "old" reader of the TT. I would like to ask for advice: I have a Border Harrier Royale longbow, amo 28"@40#, my drawlenght is amo 29,75". My draw weight is on my finger about 44#. I looking for woodies for this bow. What would be the recommended spine for a 30" long...
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    I've been to Border's website and I'm sure Sid will be here whenever they get up in Scotland. In the meantime, does anyone have an idea of the difference between these two bows? The write up on the website is almost identical and there seems to be little difference. Just wondering-----
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    Well my Harrier Royale (http://www.tradtalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=19887 )finally arrived from Border after the new year... and of course its been minus twenty and windy every day and not much fun to be out..... but today I had to shoot :) Minus 19 and a slight breeze :D Got the bow...
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    Oh my goodness... I just love shooting my recurves, and my DAS is just the business with those hex 5s on them, my widow serves me great when shooting woodies at FITA competitions in the trad class.... but I do get some friendly comments from the AFB (longbow) shooters here in Norway about...
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    Hello. New to the site. Looks like lots of good information here. I am researching hybrid longbows for an upcoming purchase and am looking for information on the Border Harrier/ Black Harrier. I haven't been able to find much information on them. It looks like there are a number of Border...
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