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    It has taken a bit, and I do owe some thanks to grantmac and longbowguy. But I have added another product. Leather foot top protectors. https://www.fenderarchery.com/products/foot-top-protector For those who may not want a bottom limb tip protector, these are nice. It is what I use. Basically...
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    I'm in the process of getting used to and tuning the WF25 I purchased from Bubbadooz recently (thanks!) and was discussing the tuning process with a friend who knows nothing about archery but is otherwise really clever. One of the things he suggested that I'd never thought about is the...
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    The best thing since tear-off TP . . . Hold +6 full length bows (any length) and arrow tubes and quivers and etc. etc. . . . Meet airline requirements and TSA . . . Bombproof. regard John
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    What is the most important thing in your life and why?
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    I get if you were actually shooting back in the 50s that it might be a nostalgic combination. But for everyone else - why? Is this just some sort of accident of codification that competitions grouped the 2 together because when classes were first being created there were a lot of guys who...
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    The events as they unfolded that saw me coming home from work to break down, pack up and ship out my beloved Hex7 CH too it's new owner was as follows where... This morning I received an email from [email protected] confirming receipt of my payment in full for my new custom built Hex7.5 Covert Hunter...
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    In the last push video nearly all the folks interviewed suggested that people should get a good coach. Ive been harassing Jeff "Moose" for several weeks now trying to learn what I can. In exchange I taught Jeff basic mathematics and simple grammar. It was a fair exchange :). There is...
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    Those of you who know me have no clue what the extent of my O.C.D. is and the reason you don't is because...it doesn't have an extent...and like my pecking out postings and the ever-ready bunny?...it just goes on and on and on! LOL! And tonight was no exception where while the tune of my rig...
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    The Weird Thing" first... Didn't get a chance to shoot my bow on our last vacation day in the Blue Ridge...then spent the next day driving 700 miles back home...so two days no shooting and today at work?...I was hurting...every time I reached high for a clamp or a tool?...I'd get a bolt of pain...
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    This was my practice arrow. Dipping some tonight to go with Green. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    I have been doing barebow target shooting for a while and am interested in trying out longbow. I want to use my riser with longbow limbs, is there any inexpensive ILF long bow limbs that I can buy to try to see if I like it? Any suggestions? What is the lowest poundage available for this type...
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    Something wonderful happened to me at the FITA field in Mesa Arizona. I discovered CRT: Controlled Ripening Technology. After suffering through over ripe bananas the first morning at my hotel, they rolled out this stack of individually wrapped, perfectly ripe, flawless bananas. The bananas were...
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    You may have heard of the record rainfall - "Biblical" come to mind - this last winter in Ireland . . . so An Irish Gorytus . . . from the Iveragh Peninsula :cool: John
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    For a guy that does a honest days work to bring Archery to the masses...... Thanks to the twat or twats that destroyed our targets, stole our faces and Xmas lights (which were cut so wouldn't work now) and defecated behind our targets. We try to bring some Xmas, new year spirit and...
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    Good morning. How about a little Sunday morning pedantry? I’ve been thinking about the term “Instinctive Archery”. There are books about it. There are DVDs teaching it. There are Youtube videos demonstrating it. The thing is, an action that is “instinctive” is by definition innate, without...
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    We have decided thanks to your input and a long talk with John Wert at Lancaster about how often adjustment is necessary by those that do it a lot, to offer lateral adjustment as an option on all of our ILF risers going forward. Custom orders will have the option of having it or not depending...
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    This would be bad this happen if the shoot is very far from your place. You go all the way to the tournament and you forget to pack your arrows or worst, your bow. I went to the range before and I forget my glove or my stringer. I am lost without my stringer, lucky my buddies were there that had...
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    Would be archery horse back. The only thing more fun than archery horse back would be archery mule back. Now lets see. Where can I get a mule? I wonder if mounted archery has a class for string walkers? Do mounted archery tournament allow mules? :)
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    That of the many "Form Demons" (both physical & mental) the clicker can and does bring too light?...The largest has been... "Head Position" and the importance of maintaining such from shot too shot....and this is where "A Feather Touch" can be cheated...but...a clicker can't be cheated. Just...
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    I need to drill a hole through the wood riser of a recurve so I can install a bowfishing rest that came in a kit. Where can I order that bushing and how is it called? A link would be greatly appreciated.
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