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    Selling a Great Plains 2-Piece Longbow. 60" 40# @ 28" Red River Grey Color Scheme. Less than a year old and in outstanding condition. Willing to trade for CD Archery Riser. Originally purchased for over $1,100 Text Tradarcher420 @ (52O) 73O-76IO From the Manufacturer: Smoothest shooting...
    $700 USD
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    I ordered a custom longbow from Abe Penner at Caribow in Manitoba. It cost me $1150cad and I was able to shoot it for one whole day before the wood veneers started to separate on me. He remade the bow which to his credit has now lasted a good deal longer, but unfortunately is starting to show...
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    I would like to begin making my first set of wooden arrows. I am hoping to find out whether or not there is a decent place to start. Can I take any information from my carbon arrows that are perfectly tuned and apply it to the creation of a set of wood arrows? I am sure that there is no perfect...
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    her draw length is 26 female archer
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    with enough bare thumb shooting, you loose nerves here and you can shoot a heavy bow without a ring not recommended
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    Just got a white feather firefinch 23 inch riser. What kind of limbs are the best bang for your buck, specifically longbow limbs and also with a 27.5 draw what size limb should I be looking for? I see bosen foam core longbow limbs for like $160 or das bamboo core for $199 I think those would be...
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    Hey all, I’ve been shooting split finger instinctive for 2 years. My longbow has always been super quiet. Now that I am working on shooting 3 under, my bow sounds much different, and not for the better. What is so different that it would change the sound of the bow? Thanks.
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    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...
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    The bowyer Edward (Ted) McEwen was from the UK, and was formerly the editor of the Society of Archer Antiquaries Journal for many years and one of the foremost archery scholars of his generation. Edward was also world-renowned as a composite bow maker, turkish bows being his specialty. He also...
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    Since this bow is made in Belgium, I want to talk briefly about the history of the longbow in Belgium, during the hundred years war. Of course, Belgium was not a country at this time, but divided among various factions and the territory did change depending on the time period, divided with the...
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    I'll keep it short, as your thoughts are most important. I have a new longbow and I'm trying to get my arrow flight so it looks good. The bow is a 60" Great Plains longbow with a low wrist grip, 40# draw weight at my draw length, and simple calf hair rest. My arrows are PORPOISING like crazy...
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    As the title says, this is the Heritage-66 longbow made by the legendary traditional bow company partnership of Martin Archery and Damon Howatt, 50lbs @ 28", Right handed bow. If you saw my other post about my JT Traditional Archery Custom Longbow, since I have that now I always choose it...
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    Used- Bought new from South (June 2019).... paid $1515 for the bow Only hunted with durning the 2019 season. I am looking for the specifics on this, but in the meantime I will list what I best remember.... I believe that most of the wood is Spalted Maple and the grip is the one South makes that...
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    I'm looking for a Crow Creek Mag or Blackfeather longbow, RH, preferably around 45-48# @ 28". It will be going to a good home where it will be used but well taken care of. Message me.
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    The Manchus, a nomadic culture East of Mongolia, were the last culture to use bows and arrows as a military weapon en masse. They were still used in the 19th century. Getting shot by a historical manchu arrow has more stopping power than most bullets at the time, since the arrows were much...
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    So I received my pair of Longbows from Kirk at Bigfoot. I was a little nervous about these to be honest, I'd never shot a longbow, only recurves, and I was anxious about how the performance of the bow would match up to the Toelke Chinook [email protected]" or the Covert Hunter [email protected] These bows are at...
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