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    Just wondering what get the most foot/pounds of energy between 7.5's, 8's and CV9. IFL not CH's. Bowmania
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    As I have mentioned in a previous post, I am undergoing physical therapy for a long standing shoulder issue. Where I believe this may be interesting to folks is that I had felt certain that I had a significant rotator cuff injury that would possibly require surgery. The physical therapist does...
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    Hi guys, I am in Lancaster and in Vegas this year. I'll take a BT ILF and a Vanquish SX with me. If someone is interested in testing one or both, you are welcome to do so besides the competition on the training lanes. I'll post my US phone number for SMS appointments on my Stolid Bull Facebook...
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    she's over in the trading blanket
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    Just checking to see if I'm missing some options. The only 21 inch metal risers that I know of are Morrison, Hoyt Excel, and the Dalaa. Have I missed any? Bowmania
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    I am interested in shooting some wood arrows. I ordered a few bearpaw pine shafts, but i am not really sure how many grains per inch these shafts are. Does anyone know what they usually run as far as grains per inch? Also i have been shooting carbons but my bow is mainly going to be used for...
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    TT members ... I'm thinking of starting a "History Room" in the Social Group Forums area with a view to exploring the history of the the use of the bow and arrow in all it's forms. The idea is to share photographs, articles, artefacts, book reviews and academic publications (copyright permitting...
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    I have a 3 year old Samick recurve bow for sale! You can see all the specs at http://samicksports.com/h_lightning.html It has the 45lbs limbs on it and has 50lbs limbs that come with it. It has a custom FF string by Michael Harbison (basically same string as on a Dryad) with beaver silencers...
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    Sid and I were just chatting on the phone and reminiscing about the fantastic time we had on our hunt in February with Rusty, Mike, Jason and John. We are looking at February 2012 for another trip to the States (somewhere) for another hunt in Texas or wherever? We were kinda thinking it would be...
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    i told my older brother about warfing and it got him intersted. he wants to start traditional but he dont have a recurve or a long. when i converted to trad i gave him my McPherson Mark 9 and he alredy had a Browning Micro Adreneline. The mark 9 has a bad string and his browning has a cracked...
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    Any vendors that are interested in participating at the IBO Traditional Worlds we need you to contact Mark Baggett at the email below. Mark will mail you a form if you shoot him an email. We look forward to hearing from anyone interested soon so we can get the right size tent to accommodate...
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    Not exactly on topic, I think, but worth the post if you are interested in archery of yesteryear. http://www.archerylibrary.com/books/ rusty
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    Last year I shot a few of the monthly challenges and it was very motivating for me to see how well some of you guys shoot. This month I am trying barebow for the first time and thought a June challenge would be fun and inspiring. I don't see any challenges since April so I was wondering if...
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    I've always wondered what the hard data was between the Flute foam/glass limbs and the KAP carbon/wood limbs. I just got a new chronograph. My plan is to build a shooting machine, buy an identical set of each pair of limbs, use my digital scale to set them up the same, and do some testing with...
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    The local pro-shop came in to possession of some used bows on consignment and I was asked to take a look and recommend prices. They are all pretty high poundage bows, but thought someone might be interested nonethelesss. Here is the list.... Al of these bows are LEFT-handed bows. 1. Howard...
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