The Quinn's Archery website is down temporarily (not sure how long); but Ethan and Terry are still in business and taking orders.
You can email Terry at [email protected]
Just thought I would pass that along.
Peggy Quinn, the wife of David Quinn (Quinn's Archery) and longtime supporter of our forums has been diagnosed with a very serious cancer and the Quinn family's future is rather uncertain. As you can imagine this has been very tough on them and they could use all your prayers if you are so...
How many Quinn shooters shoot off a rest vs. the shelf? If a rest, what kind? I've tried a Bear Weather Rest, currently shooting off the shelf, But considering a NAP stick on flipper with a stubby plunger. Any suggestions?
We got some bad news late last night. Peggy Quinn of Quinn's Archery has been diagnosed with breast cancer and I'd like to request prayers and best wishes to the Quinns as they engage in their personal fight against this disease.
Howdy all, I am looking into buying a target recurve for 3d this year and the Quinns Comet XL-3D caught my eye.
I am pretty new to recurve target archery and have a few questions:
What are your thoughts on its performance?
Are the limbs ILF?
Whats a good target weight; I am considering 40lbs...
Looks like I'm going to have to drop 10 or so pounds of draw wieght here pretty soon so I'm about to be in the business of looking for another bow.
Since I'm at it I'm also thinking of going back to a metal riser.
Does anyone here hunt with any of the Quinn line up of recurves??
I have a 40#, 66" comet xl 3d that I love. As a bow-a-holic, I may need a fix soon and was considering a 64" stallion at 40# or 45#. I think the comet has a significantly longer riser, so a 64" stallion may have longer limbs than a 66" comet. Other than that, the main difference I see is...
Man, I had to get the thing out of the box. String it and set the brace height at dead center in the recommended range (8"). Then I had to screw in a flipperrest to where the arrow is just to the left of the string. And to add insult to injury I had to set a nock point 1/4" above horizontal...
I have been pretty much convinced to get a Quinn Stallion from what everyone has said about it. I would like to see some pics of the different colors they come in. I saw the all brown one on their site but not a black one. What is your favorite color combo, and do you have pics of it?
I'm cruising through Quinn's website, and it looks like my only choice in a hunting weight bow (other than the stingray) is the Longhorn Classic. Then I surf the TradTalk store and see the Stallion riser offered in left hand, too!
Which is it??? :help:
Peggy and David Quinn asked me if there might be some interest by the members here on Trad Talk in some traveling VHS vintage videos.
Two different pass-around packs....
(6) Fred Bear American Sportsman shows, 1/2 hour videos
The Lengendary Hunts of Ben Pearson
This site more than Stickbow and TradeGang has a heap of posts about Quinns and Warfs. I am not familiar with either and was wondering what folks like about these bows. I visited the Quinn site and now know they have metal risers and that they are reletively inexpensive. I understand warfs use...
Does anyone have an update on how Peggy is doing? I e-mailed them last week and have not gotten a response, so I thought maybe she is not feeling well again. I hope she is doing great with her physical therapy.
My buddy Bill and I both set up a Quinn Stallion for bowfishing.Today was the first time on the boat with mine Billy had already shot a few with his last time out.The water was high and real muddy but we got a few anyway.Billy made a perfect 20yd shot on a good grass carp that will camo the...
As far as, contacting the Quinns, Peggy is in the hospital fighting an infection so you might want to hold off on the calls for a short while. David is busy trying to fill orders and on top of that, with his concern for Peggy (and her not there to answer the phone) it is probably a little harder...