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    It has been a little over a year since I last ran this poll, and about 2 1/2 years since I first ran it. Like all scientific surveys, it is important to rerun on a periodic basis to assess the sport's trajectory. It will be interesting to see how our views have changed. We got 100 votes the...
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    Shooting is important, but without adequate fitness, performance can erode. So how do you split time between shooting and working on fitness? Choose the best answer and explain why. 100% Shooting 80% Shooting, 20% Fitness 60% Shooting, 40% Fitness 40% Shooting, 60% Fitness 20% Shooting, 80%...
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    Hey folks I would immensely appreciate it if as many archers as possible would take the time to participate in this poll. If you wish to elaborate with more than a yes or a no feel free, but dont feel compelled. I know and appreciate the subject has been exhausted. Thanks for your time and...
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    It was suggested by one of the moderators that I bring my question here for review by an administrator. I have been a member here for a very long time. But I don’t have a company, such that I would be a sponsor. However, I may be forming a company in the near future. I would like to know if it...
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    Now it is time for the followup to the Butt Ugly bow poll. In this poll we going to explore how we chose our most prized and/or favorite bows. Most prized is the bow you always wanted and finally got. We are going to have to take a few liberties with the definition since many of us may still...
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    It has been almost a year and a half since I ran this poll. Like all scientific surveys, it is important to rerun on a periodic basis to assess the sport's trajectory. It will be interesting to see how our views have changed. We got 100 votes last time. Let's see if we can match it. You have a...
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    Gentlefolk?....My love of archery began when I was but still in the single digits of boyhood...riveted too our black & white Magnavox console TV anytime a show featuring archery was on whether it be Robinhood, William Tell or the exploits of Fred Bear. I remember not being very fond of getting...
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    Let's get too the bottom of this folks as I ask your help and input. Several months back we saw a member here post pix of the delaminated limb bases of his high end BF Extreme Limbs mounted on his DAS Dalaa riser. The problem?...his limb base butt ends were in direct contact with his riser and...
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    I decided to turn my butt ugly bow question into a poll. You have a choice, and you can only choose one. This is like the "who would you save, your son or your wife, if you could only save one" type question. You are forced to reveal your inner most feelings by having to make a difficult...
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    Please feel free to claim your response and explain why. Thank you for your participation and?.... Have a Happy & Blessed Thanksgiving! :)
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    As I was out shooting and deeply appreciating my Morrison XD/Sky TR7 rig tonight I began thinking of all the bows I've owned, shot and loved and what it was that drew me too them....and every one of them had.... "A Primary Appeal" as the poll states?...many of the wood recurves and longbows I...
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    We are considering a winner take all money pot for Trad Worlds. Those wanting to participate would pay into the pot at registration. The first 40 targets on the IBO round would be used to determine top 10 scores shot. The top 10 would shoot 5 targets to determine the final winner with scores on...
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    This is simple. Other than the obvious - you must have fletched arrows - Do you think there should be any fletching regulations for the traditional shooters classes? YES or NO answers please, with just a brief description of the reason for your position. Rick
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    I know stringwalkers who centralise the arrow point on the center of the target. I also know stringwalkers who aim the point just below the gold, forming a figure 8 with the point and the center ring. Is there a concensus or a majority for one way or the other? Adam
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    Jink, It would be interesting to run your ArcheryTalk aiming method poll over here. From comments in the newcomers posts of Phils, and my form zealot poll, there is an impression that there is a greater focus on form on Tradtalk. It would be interesting to see how the results compare.
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    Well, it is difficult to tabulate the votes from the very interesting post on this subject, so I thought I would turn it into a poll.
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