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STRINGWALKING MAY HAVE SIDE EFFECT'S!:sbrug:

This life time stringwalker has had terrible side effects and wishes to have his name with held to protect the innocent.:cheers:
 

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I think some left hand shooting could rectify that.

Would also be a valid reason for a "few" more rigs, and I'll bet you the man will tell you his limbs were specifically made for right handed risers.
 

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Are these also members on here? Don't recognize them.
 

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Yes, since TT started. All very class archers and great people.:cheers:
 

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Any young archers.................... that stringwalk?
 
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The last picture is Van from Fl. Master of the BB.
 

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Any young archers.................... that stringwalk?
One of the girls I was shooting with at indoor nationals in Louisville this year was a barebow stringwalker. She was in her 20s I think, 30 on the outside. She was shooting a recurve against a girl with a compound (even younger, 18 and stringwalking).
 

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One of the girls I was shooting with at indoor nationals in Louisville this year was a barebow stringwalker. She was in her 20s I think, 30 on the outside. She was shooting a recurve against a girl with a compound (even younger, 18 and stringwalking).
I am only 71 years old :).

I have been shooting with some college kids. A number of them were very interested in string walking when they discovered I hunted from a crawl.
 
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