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  1. 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...
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    I put this up on the F650gs forum with no response. So, maybe it's a better fit for Tradtalk. I sold my bike 10 years ago, and now I'm picking up another one. In that time I've started slinging arrows, and I'd like to take my rig on the bike. My immediate thought is that if I put my bow...
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    Nock Point, Tiller, and draw style... (ideas from the recent "string walking" thread) In the recent thread on string walking I asked a question about string walking pulling closer to the center of the string. I decided to start a new thread since it was veering off topic a bit. The comments...
  4. Warfin' Wall
    So, I acquired a Bear "B" handle greenstripe riser that had broken pockets that I was able to remove without harm to the riser. My origional intent was to find replacement pockets from a broken riser or surplus pockets that someone has ratholed away (found a guy but thought a set was worth 400$...
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    I am lucky enough to own a Bear take down "C" riser, ~1969 vintage. The rest installed is a bristle type, in a rectangular shape and recessed ~1/8" into riser. As the original rest area is cut/recessed into the riser, it seems likely I can find some modern rest which could be trimmed to fit...
  6. Camera Land
    We thought we'd do a post with some unique gift ideas...... Forget GoPro. Now there is AimCam V1 Pro for $199.99 AimCam is the world's first true, line of sight video capture system. Capturing what you see, as you see it. AimCam's patented camera system is fully adjustable to perfectly...
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    Good evening folks, My name is Kevin and I live in the middle of the Uwharrie National Forest in NC. I have been shooting a recurve for about 6 years and I have a Montana longbow on the way. I have 3 sons aged 3, 6 and 9. The 6 and 9 year olds are showing a love for archery. I am wanting...
  10. Camp Kitchen
    First of all I keep hearing that pigs in some areas (like FL) are full of parasites and are inedible. I assume they mean internal parasite and not lice which are common. Anyone ever hear that? Cooking to kill trichinosis should take care of anything I figure. I am defrosting 1/2 of a...
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    After all I have gone through with my injury and recent illness, I am finally down to the wire on getting a vacation planned before my company deadline. I will be going mid March and am not sure what I will be released to do by my surgeon. I assume that long hikes and climbing are out. I think I...
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    Hi all - I volunteered to run a short "cultural" class with archery for some 9-10 year olds at school. It will be indoors. I have a PSE/Rolan Junior bow pulling 15# @ 28" (i.e. they'll never get that far!) and I'm just using rubber blunts, no points. 5 yards max. I was thinking of putting up...
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    Hey all, I'd like to get some pics of tabs. I make my own and shoot 3 under, but I figure I could adapt any kind of tab to my style. I'm looking for something that I haven't tried yet that will be just right. I've got a couple that I like, but want to experiment more. Right now I am liking...
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    Anyone that has made a wood bow case, can you post some pictures? I'm wanting to build one for my ILF bow and was just looking for some ideas. I will be carrying it to the 3D shoots I go to so ideas on lighter woods would be nice also. Sent from my LT30at using Tapatalk
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    Just recently I had my first foray into the world of very thin shafts. I bought myself some 500 spine Easton Full Metal Jacket shafts. These shafts are basically aluminium shafts, with a carbon inner. As far as I can see, there might be some advantages to be gained from using very thin shafts...
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    Hey there... I found this bow at a yard sale not to long ago...it had a hen pearson quiver attatched to it, but there are no Markings on the bow anywhere... It is 60" and draws 50lbs at 26" Any help would be greatly appreciated..
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    Hi, We shoot a little 3D over here where I am. Different scoring, etc. but loads of fun. Since I dialed-in here I've started to improve. I was stalled at 500 points (and a lot less) for a long time. Last autumn I moved from a 21" riser to a 25" riser, a little more practice maybe and I jumped...
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    I've had this riser as a paperweight for the past year after it was modified by Mr. Dunham to accept ILF Limbs. This project was put on the back-burner until now. Finally bought some limbs and other materials to get this up and running. Its been stripped and repainted, However, The one thing I...
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    This is a video i just made with a few cool ideas for longbow shooters to make life easier.
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