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  1. Warfin' Wall
    So a friend gave me 2 bows he got from an uncle who passed. The first one (a Bear Whitetail 2) I just did a bolt-on conversion using Sage limbs. Shoots great. The other is a Hoyt Mystic Rebel. The limb pockets were the right size but had a weird hump in the middle that make the limb angle...
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    This episodes shows how elite archers with the proper training learn how to perform at their best in front of a crowd.
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    I inherited a number of bows several years ago. This particular one has this interesting handle attached to it. Does anyone know what this is for? Click the pictures to make them larger.
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    Note the high elbow and other mechanics.
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    The Lock-N-Load inserts for carbon arrows look interesting. I have never seen anything like them. Has anyone tried them? You insert them without glue. Apparently there is a set screw that locks them into the shaft. You can then remove them or rotate the insert to change the orientation of your...
  6. Watering Hole
    . . . Interesting stats on biomass . . . ( and, no, I am not planning to go Vegan . . .) https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/may/21/human-race-just-001-of-all-life-but-has-destroyed-over-80-of-wild-mammals-study regard John
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    has some more photos up in the Photographer Showroom forum. - lbg
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    . . . interesting reading #2 . . . "Making Georgian horn bow" http://georgians-weapons.com/Archery-giorgi-kakheli.htm regards, John
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    double post
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    If you have Netflix this is worth watching. I didn't know I had Netflix. My wife saw this and showed me how to watch it.
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    A different look at our world---
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    Here is an interesting video on why cities are where they are.
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    So, this week I have been playing with the 'new' 2014 version of Stu's spine calculator. If you aren't already aware, a newer version of Stu's spine calculator is available (link to URL: www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1929817). I really like the graphical spine result and best of all...
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    http://www.ctvnews.ca/sci-tech/canadian-led-researchers-squeeze-stone-age-protein-from-250-000-year-old-tools-1.3019689#_gus&_gucid=&_gup=Facebook&_gsc=48q5PEm
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    I have been playing around with an SRF sight for awhile now. The main problem I have with it and other "front sight" only set ups is that it tend to varying head position and get left right deviation. So the other day I set up a double sight bracket and used the large sight as a rear apperature...
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    Interesting . . . I don't know if this will work, but . . . "Bodhihanna is an 86 year old German woman who is a well known teacher of the Japanese martial art of Zen Archery." 🏹 John
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