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  1. Miscellaneous
    Size medium, large red and black plaid jacket. Used with a couple small wear holes (<1/8”) under collar and on back. This is one of the old 100% wool jackets. Too short for my long arms. Missing one of two buttons on each pocket. Great jacket that needs used. $50 shipped.
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    i am looking for good quality wool bowhunting clothing for cold weather. i have looked at king of the mountain but dont want to spend a grand for top and bottom. a few yrs back at the harrisburg sports show there was a competitor of KOM but i cant remember the brand. what are everyone's...
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    I used to buy strings with it pre done, but I couldn't find any tutorials on YouTube on how to wrap the ends of the string with wool yarn. For reference the strings are flemish twist. And I like quiet bows, with a soft post shot reaction, so wrapped strings and padded limb grooves work for me...
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    Dear trad friends, I need your help. I have been driveling over Asbell’s heavy wool products for years, and finally placed an order early January. The order was paid and confirmed, but since then all has gone quite..... Numerous e-mails and texts are unanswered, and calls are deferred to an...
  5. Hunting Camp
    I'm not a huge fan of wool like some people. Sure, I own plenty of wool socks, and several wool shirts, a few sweaters, but jackets and pants? No. But this morning the weather is 41 degrees and raining, and if I were heading into the woods, I'd certainly have a thick wool shirt under the outer...
  6. Hunting Camp
    So this is what I plan on wearing for still hunting during the later season once the leaves are down. Bought it at the traditional archery expo in Grand Rapids earlier this year and I think I paid $99 for it. I like the colors and how the cross hatch fades out. Large handwarmer pocket and two...
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    Actually above zero today so I pulled out the Barnsdale for a confidence boost after all the focus needed for mastering the minutiae of BB technique (for me results on target improve BB->oly->fingers wheelie). Interesting that at 60# I'm still pulling arrows out with two fingers; so I looked at...
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    Guess I can thank 7arrows for some very useful archery info - in a recent post he advised that wool makes a great target bag fill; not having had much to do with sheep for the last 30yrs I was surprised to find that the main wool grading facility for the national wool co-op is 20 mins away - I...
  9. Watering Hole
    Interesting article/interview with a wool expert. Includes some interesting facts and a bit of trivia http://modernfarmer.com/2013/12/everything-wanted-know-wool-afraid-ask/
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