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  1. TradTalk Main Forum
    Killed that wild boar at 20yds with her 20lb little Sioux bow and 700g arrows (set for a 7yd point on). She was just a little excited. Lol
  2. Warfin' Wall
    The original TD came out in 1971, just in time for Wilbur and Williams to win the Olympic gold medals with it in 1972. This bow had an integral grip, and 1/4-20 stabilizer threads and 8-32 sight mount holes. This riser was available in 24" target, 20" short target and 16" hunter lengths. If...
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    Okay.....I waited thinking that maybe one of the old moderators would post something......maybe I missed a post here somewhere.... Dean Torges passed away two Fridays ago. He was a cyber friend since at least 2010. I've printed our email correspondences along with his writings on his website...
  4. TradTalk Main Forum
    I have given up my post in Doha Qatar. Family issues landed us back in Alberta Canada (aging parents (dementia and alzheimer's) and their financial woes) and I took a leave of absence without pay to do it. I have been busy doing reno's for them to get their rental property up for sale. It has...
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    I didn't always get to participate, but I always looked forward to those times when I could. I wish I could participate in the 90 meter shoot, but for now I have no way of shooting that far. The 60 yard challenge was pushing it. Rick
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    A friend give me some 75gr screw in points. When I look them they look like miss aligned as the length of the cylinder part is different. How bad are they for shooting? This the picture of both sides of the same point. Martin
  7. Watering Hole
    Was reading about the Gurkha's that were our allies in WW2. Pretty cool stuff, if you haven't heard about it. I'm amazed at what significant things I am ignorant of.
  8. Watering Hole
    there are some things i will miss a lot when i have to return to the states from cambodia. here are a few pics of some of them.
  9. TradTalk Main Forum
    Was shooting in the back yard and hit the steel support that my target is on. This was with a 40# bow!!! Del
  10. Hunting Camp
    I went out and roamed through the field behind the house this morning and spotted a squirrel about 15 yards or so from me coming down the tree and stopped about 3 feet up on the tree. I leveled off at him and I swear it was like he seen the arrow coming and just disappeared! Those are some quick...
  11. TradTalk Main Forum
    With almost perfect form!
  12. TradTalk Main Forum
    Now that we've vetted aiming methods and form perfection, Lets discuss FEEL. I am finding more and more that I can feel a good shot when it happens. A miss, has it's own signature feelings. For me, it feels like,, 1. WEAK, it often even sounds softer, this usually means my anchor is creeping...
  13. TradTalk Main Forum
    I hope the frozen north gives us some warm days to practice.
  14. TradTalk Main Forum
    Big heads up to everyone within striking distance of northern Oregon on May 24th and 25th. I am extremely excited to announce that David Soza (DAS) from DAS Kinetic Bows will be joining us at our 3D shoot in Hood River, Oregon. David has generously offered to put on a shooting and bow tuning...
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    Don't know the guy- only read his posts here. His name was just mentioned in another post. Haven't heard anything recently. I'm waiting for the "it all went great I'm feeling good and shooting again" post... I imagine that there are a lot of hogs in Texas living the easy life without him...
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    Such a freaky thing to happen to a guy who has done it all. I truely believe he was as much a conservationist as he was an exhibitionist. He was very entertaining and so knowledgeable about the critters he devoted his life too. Rest in peace Steve.:sorry:
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