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    I am in the market for a recurve bow for hunting. I am a female, 5'6" and 155 pounds. I have my eye on a Hoyt Satoribut because I cannot find one locally, I would need to mail order and I dont want to do that because I need help setting it up. What are some good options. I also thought about a...
  2. Field Archery Group
    Hello I am in the market for a recurve bow for hunting. I am a female, 5'6" and 155 pounds. I have my eye on a Hoyt Satoribut because I cannot find one locally, I would need to mail order. What are some good options. I also thought about a Samick but was thinking maybe 62" might be a bit...
  3. Bows
    SAS Maverick 60" One Piece Recurve 50# at 28" Comes with FREE TTT String (Value-$35) Willing to trade for ILF limbs. From manufacturer: Features: Strong fiberglass limb Made of Maple laminations Riser is made of Makore Wood, Zebra and Chulgam Length: 60 in I simply am not using it. The bow...
    $90 USD
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    This Cari-Bow Tuktu is an absolute work of art, but entirely ready for your next hunt. It is in great condition as you can see in the pics. Cari-Bow 62" Tuktu 55# at 28" Draw $900 TYD ---- From Cari-Bow: The Cari-bow recurve bows pack everything you’d expect into a package that is not only...
    $800 USD
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    SAS Maverick 60" One Piece Recurve 50# at 28" Comes with FREE TTT String (Value-$35) Willing to trade for ILF limbs. From manufacturer: Features: Strong fiberglass limb Made of Maple laminations Riser is made of Makore Wood, Zebra and Chulgam Length: 60 in I simply am not using it. The bow...
    $90 USD
  6. TradTalk Main Forum
    Hello all, I have been shooting instinctively for nearly 3 years. I will admit that I have done well for myself in the field and in 3D competitions, but I have also become more and more frustrated by the inconsistency that comes from purely instinctive shooting. I just started fooling around...
  7. Bows
    Sorry I had to make a new posting for this. I don’t know what happened to the other one. Regardless, Hoyt Gamemaster 2. Comes with carry case, 8225 string but serving has a tear in it. also has original string. All camo. Small wear on riser but can’t even notice because of the camo finish. Wood...
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    A friend of mine and I want to hunt some gobblers here in April. Anyone on here know where in Western WA one might go about finding them? I've never done it before.
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    Hey folks, Having watched the remarkable demonstration video on how to make a Flemish twist string without a jig by Clay Hayes I'm interested in having a crack at this purely for the fun of it, the fascination of it, and for the self-sufficiency I'm craving in this trad world. This kind of...
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    I'm just getting started in the ilf world and have picked up a Black Bear Warf bow and a Samick Discovery riser. The BB is 64"45# and i would like to set up the Discovery as a 60" 45 # bow. So med length limbs is what I want. Now the BB has BLACKMAX 2.0 on it and they are great. I'm thinking...
  11. TradTalk Main Forum
    What are your thoughts on which would make best hunting limb? Following specs, medium limb, 28” draw , mid upper 40s weight, das riser, 9gpp arrows
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    Does anyone hunt with a thumb draw or thumb ring? If so what's your experience? I'm just curious.
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    The working man's hunting bow I would define as the one bow you've shot over the years that never demanded perfect form to hit its target, was easy to tune, costs less than the average bow. I'm curious to hear other users' thoughts on that one bow that surprised them with its shootability and...
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    Have hunt in January. Need a pair of quiet hunting pants. I'm thinking like the old Cabelas "micro suede" or similar. Like maybe a fleece pant? So I can be uber quiet in a short tripod. I've got a pullover fleece that I'll wear a heated vest under. Got that covered. Any suggestions for...
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    Going on a 3-day hunt in early January and It's likely to be cold(er). On my "bow" hand I think I'd like to wear a glove since I'll keep a grip on it all the time. My string hand I'll keep in a pocket mostly, so no issue I think. I'd prefer something a tad "grippy" I think. As opposed to...
  16. TradTalk Main Forum
    I'm thinking about building a shorter hunting bow. I think I am going with at 15' riser. I like the Bivouac, Morrison and Das. The questions I have are what limbs are people running on the short risers? How are people liking or disliking the shorties?
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    Beman Centershots are the only traditional arrows my local shop sells, and they're the only arrows I've used. They've held up extremely well to the abuse I subjected them to in my first few months of learning this craft. To make a long story short, I'm getting a Bitz fletching jig for Christmas...
  18. Special Projects
    Hey Guys. I would like to build a takedown bow for hunting big game animals such as elk, moose, deer and Bear. I am aiming for a draw weight of about 52-57 pounds. will that be enough to put down a big game animal (with a sharp broad head and proper shot placement). My plan is to make the riser...
  19. Hunting Camp
    What and where have you all been hunting this year? Post stories and pics from your trips. Whether you killed anything or not is irrelevant as just getting out in the wild makes it time well spent.
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    80 degrees first 2 days then down to 15 with two foot snow. Camp at 9800 feet. Elk above timberline in the rocks.horses barely got back to us to pack us out. 6 foot drifts and trail disappeared. 10 miles back....be prepared
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