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  1. TradTalk Main Forum
    I have been researching recurves a lot lately as I plan to get back into traditional after shooting compounds for a quite a few years. I started with recurves and want to return to the stick and string. After reading the tremendous information provided by you all I have pretty much settled on...
  2. Warfin' Wall
    Anyone used a set of Quinn Longhorn Classic limbs to build a warf with? What riser would they fit?
  3. TradTalk Main Forum
    I got my new to me LC a week or so ago and am in the process of trying to tune everything. Does anyone know what David's recommendatons for min and max brace height are for this bow?
  4. Hunting Camp
    My brother recieved a Belcher longhorn yesterday , MAN this bow is impressive. It's the only hybrid I've ever shot that I really liked. It's 50 lbs @ 28 , 64 inches, action wood. The only thing is it feels more like 55 lbs. I had to shoot it left-handed, but it is a good shooter.
  5. TradTalk Main Forum
    Need to replace the layer of cork between the limb and riser on my Quinn Longhorn. Assume it is gasket cork, anybody every use another material like rubber ? BTW the longhorn is one great bow !
  6. TradTalk Main Forum
    I recently aquired a Longhorn, 50#'s at 28" and I draw 29". it is a used bow and came with the origninal string and a spare dacron. I'm pretty ignorant when it comes to strings so would appreciate advice from those that have shot Longhorns. I would also appreciate any other information you...
  7. TradTalk Main Forum
    I shoot a Quinn Stallion and a Dalaa and they are great bows. However, I am looking at a wood bow (don't ask why! remember you can never have enough bows ! ) Have narrowed it down to a Martin Hunter or Quinn Longhorn. Looking for some recommendations / experience with either .
  8. TradTalk Main Forum
    i have a quinn stallion and love it but i would like to get a wood riser bow i was thinking of a cm firebird or longhorn classic, which is better.is the grip on the longhorn like the stallion. what other good wood bows for under $500.
  9. TradTalk Main Forum
    I going to sell my longbow and go back to a recurve. I would like a wood riser and I don't want to pay a lot of money for one, so I've been looking at the Quinn Longhorn. They've gotten some really good reviews on here but i have a couple of questions. Looking at photo's of them here and at the...
  10. TradTalk Main Forum
    Stopped at my friends on the way back from Chicago and he asked that I bring the wooden risered Quinn -- also brought the Pro-Quinn along (Proline Riser/Quinn Stallion limbs) Couldn't find the string, so I whipped up a 12 strand endless D-97 for it while there. Got some long 1916's he had with...
  11. TradTalk Main Forum
    Just wondering...those of you that have shot both. Is the Quinn Stallion noisy in comparison to the Longhorn?
  12. TradTalk Main Forum
    Well, I've set this bow up every which way that a wooden recurve with no holes can be... and this is what I've come up with. It's called "Back to Basics". I've ditched the wrist sling, aperture sight pin, Bob Knobs, and Bear Weather rest. The Longhorn Elite... about as a traditional as it gets...
  13. TradTalk Main Forum
    David Quinn came by yesterday and showed me the new lower wrist profile on the Longhorn. It's about 3° lower than the original grip with a little more radius. I really liked it !! He copied the profile angle of the Stallion. this is a pic of the original grip- a little more 'high wrist"
  14. TradTalk Main Forum
    I have the riser and am looking for some 45-55 lb limbs if any one has some used let me know. thx in advance!
  15. TradTalk Main Forum
    Dang thing is shootin' so good for me, not sure how I'm going to welcome back my Stallion after DAS is finished with his magic. :confused: Been shootin' through aluminum pop cans with a Judo this past week from 20-30 yards with ease. Kind of ran into a problem this morning though... this...
  16. TradTalk Main Forum
    Here is a 60" Stallion laying up against a 60" Longhorn -- no wonder the Longhorn is fast and is a shooter :) -- Hank
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