With a lot of second hand limbs available these days, I started wondering wether core material would play a role in limb longevity.
I remember reading something along the lines that some foam materials would deteriorate over time, whereas wood cored limbs would be a somewhat safer choice. I...
I seem to accumulate strings.
I now have a varirty of strings for a 60" recurve. After shooting one for a month or so, I switch to another.
At this rate, will properly maintained strings made with modern materials
ever wear out?
Our club has to replace a number of 3D targets. I'm interested in what others have found to be the targets with the greatest longevity, McKenzie, Rineharts, Delta, or Longhorn. Particularly interested in the experience of those who have compared two or more different types.