Trad Talk Forums banner
seeking
1-14 of 15 Results
  1. Warfin' Wall
    Hi TradTalk, Longtime bowhunter and shooter, mostly compound but have been dabbling in trad for a few years. Found my way over from ArcheryTalk because I needed info on (s/q)warfing a bow. I have an early '90s era Golden Eagle Falcon Flame that blew a steel cable 15 years ago and has been...
  2. TradTalk Main Forum
    I am lucky enough to own a Bear take down "C" riser, ~1969 vintage. The rest installed is a bristle type, in a rectangular shape and recessed ~1/8" into riser. As the original rest area is cut/recessed into the riser, it seems likely I can find some modern rest which could be trimmed to fit...
  3. TradTalk Main Forum
    Hey guys, I'm a bit behind the times regarding the rule changes to allow 12" stabilizers in traditional classes. In shooting with friends it didn't really concern me, and I just went without one in tournaments. I wasn't too keen about adding additional stabilizing weight to my 650 Club, so I...
  4. TradTalk Main Forum
    I've found this forum to be a great source of advice as I try to advance my understanding of archery equipment and am hoping I can get some input on my specific (though common) situation. I'm currently shooting a pretty basic takedown recurve that has served me well for a couple years, but I...
  5. TradTalk Main Forum
    Greeting all, I'm new to the ILF world and I would like to get limbs in the 40# range and am looking for information. Main use for 3D. I have an old PSE Sierra Hunter, 23" Riser with 50 & 55 # limbs and the original springy. (62" bow from about year 1999) It's the camo bow that was similar...
  6. TradTalk Main Forum
    So, new "traditional" shooter here--after shooting compounds right handed I have recently decided to go traditional left handed (with my dominant eye). In fact, I'm the proud new owner of a 35# Samick Sage and absolutely love it. I have spent many hours watching recommended you tube videos...
  7. TradTalk Main Forum
    First of all, I apologize for the length of this post. I wanted to make sure I covered everything I could. I’m looking to get into archery for the first time—just target shooting for recreation, no hunting. Until recently (a week ago), I had never shot an arrow. While it’s something that I’ve...
  8. TradTalk Main Forum
    Well, I picked up a 1972 Red Wing Hunter 45#@28" 58" AMO. The claim is that it has never been fired. From the pictures it looks like the finish is very good. I got it for what I think is a really good price. Word on the street is that the RWH is one of the best bows ever built and I have got...
  9. TradTalk Main Forum
    Right guys, I need or rather would love to here your thoughts on mental training in archery. I am very interested in coping strategies for competitions and training. I have come to realise that I can rattle out as many arrows I like but the real challenge lies in what goes on upstairs in your...
  10. TradTalk Main Forum
    I recently purchased a used Howatt Hunter that arrived safely today via UPS. I've always wanted one because of its great reputation as a hunting bow! The serial number is HH0441. [email protected] Can anyone tell me what year this bow was made and what the riser wood is made of? Thanks in advance!
  11. TradTalk Main Forum
    Once again I'm new to all this. I have a 21 inch Hoyt Excel riser on the way, that I got for 148 bucks from a local archery shop here in southern W.Va.(Mountain Heritage Archery PH.# 304-888-1617). My draw length is close to 30. I am looking for 40 lb. limbs that are smooth,stack free as...
  12. TradTalk Main Forum
    I just bought a black bear riser set up by Mr. Gordon to accept quinn limbs, I have owned a quinn before and I loved the limbs. So I bought the riser and then I called quinn archery and talked with Peggy. I was really wanting to get a set of 65# limbs this riser b/c from what I have been told is...
  13. TradTalk Main Forum
    Hi everyone! To be brief, my father and I have been hunting with compounds for a long time and we're both very interested in getting into traditional archery. This looks like the place to be! First off, I have been doing some research and it seems like the general consensus is that a beginner...
  14. TradTalk Main Forum
    Hopefully some of you guys can help me in my quest. I have been bow hunting for 10 years and have killed bear,deer,caribou and last year a beautiful P&Y Dall ram with my compound but as with my switch from a rifle to a compound for more challenge I am still seeking something more challenging. I...
1-14 of 15 Results
Top