What does it mean? I see it used a lot here and I had to ask. People reference warfed riser and such. Thanks.
A Warf is a riser, often times from an old compound bow, that is modified to take ILF limbs. The Warf was invented by Bob Gordon and, apparently, named after his dog. There is a version called a Quarf which uses Quinn limbs. There are also modifications for bolt down recurve limbs. Several years ago a Warf was about the only option for a short riser. ILF originated as a limb bolting standard for Olympic style bows.What does it mean? I see it used a lot here and I had to ask. People reference warfed riser and such. Thanks.
What's early for you is the day before for me.Looks like Grant and I were answering at the same time. I am surprised since Tradtalk folks tend to go to bed early.