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    Centaur Longbow limbs Marked: Long 55# @ 27” (No stack at 28”) Carbon fiber and bamboo If you’re looking for hunting weight longbow limbs these will deliver. Extremely fast, very clean with little signs of use, has limbsavers attached. :: Sold ::
    $425 USD
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    $1 USD
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    I'm looking to buy a new longbow. I've had a couple over the years, but they have been extremely light in the hand. I mean a light bow, not draw weight. Any ideas on finding a longbow that is pretty heavy, maybe G10 in the riser? Suggestions are welcome.
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    notice she is not struggling and when she feel its too heavy she doesn't over exert,
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    According to the 14th century korean military service exam, to pass the strength test the candidate needs to shoot a 3703 grain arrow at 105 yards (converted to imperial units)
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    contact for details, ship from canada fiberglass limbs with horn + laminated wood siyahs [email protected]"
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    the farm we shot at is too small so we had to use 1000 grain arrows.
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    Up for sale I have a Heavy Weight Hill Style Longbow. RH. 62” [email protected](yes 93) This bow is built like a Wesley special with multiple bamboo Laminations. Sell for $265.00 shipped to lower 48 states or trade for ILF riser or limbs of equal value.
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    I'm currently shooting 100 grain field points and 100 grain Montec G5 broadheads, and they both fly just fine for me. But I'd like to try some heavier 2 bladed broadheads that are more traditional. I'm shooting a recurve that's 49# at 28", but I draw it to 31". I'm shooting Beman Centershot...
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    2 weeks ago i started on my off days shooting a 50 lb bow 2 days a week for 30 arrows each session being very strict to keep my form( it takes me 1 hour to shoot the heavy bow and still keep good form). For indoors i have been shooting 32 lbs and I usually shoot about 38 on my fingers for field...
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    I thought it might be of interest to point out that conventional limbs are more efficient when shooting heavier arrows. Using Pete Ward's test of the humble 45# Samick Sage he clocked a 352 gr arrow at 179fps and a 472gr arrow at 159fps. The heavier arrow gained 1.5 ft/lbs of KE. There...
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    Hey all, Anyone know where I can get FP's in 150, 175 and 200grains? Only place I've found is GrizzlyStiks and they have a pretty crappy rep for their products and business practices. Thanks,
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    Sent my backup Mybo Elite back to UK due to warranty issue, so set up my Bosen Stronghold 25" barebow as a target rig to train at home. Bosen Stronghold 25" silver with full riser weight on + Cartel hunter/barebow heavyduty rest + Shibuya Dx plunger + Davis System sight with damper + Axcel Sjef...
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    It is widely believed that arrows built with a lot of weight up front will produce better penetration on tough game. I am not just speaking of heavier arrows, which I am sure will penetrate better than light ones, but arrows with a high percentage of weight concentrated at the point (EFOC)...
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