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    For rabbits I'd suggest the G5 SGH (small game...

    For rabbits I'd suggest the G5 SGH (small game head) or the Easton Expandable Varmint Points rather than a broadhead --- IME they'll run off w/ a broadhead in them as well.
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    It's still holding up quite well, and I've gotten...

    It's still holding up quite well, and I've gotten better:

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    (not good enough to shoot like that consistently, but it's gratifying when I manage it)

    Did have to replace the leather wrap...
  3. Thread: New Book

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    The problem here is that the original question...

    The problem here is that the original question could be seen as the reverse of the logical fallacy ``appeal to authority'' --- the book and its contents arguably should be judged on their own merits...
  4. I guess I'm missing some distinction between...

    I guess I'm missing some distinction between ``traditional'' and Olympic archery --- a Bear Custom Kodiak Takedown seems pretty traditional to me, even in the C-handle length.
  5. Did Vic Berger ever shoot NFAA? ...

    Did Vic Berger ever shoot NFAA?

    http://leatherwall.bowsite.com/tf/lw/thread2.cfm?forum=23&threadid=219077&messages=6&CATEGORY=9
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    When stuffing my own bag, I found that the...

    When stuffing my own bag, I found that the crinkly shopping bags were the best plastic option --- not as likely to melt and stick to arrows as other sorts.
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    It's a padding fabric w/ an adhesive back used to...

    It's a padding fabric w/ an adhesive back used to pad parts of one's foot:
    ...
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    You can get moleskin in the first aid / foot...

    You can get moleskin in the first aid / foot products aisle at your local grocery or pharmacy.
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    Make certain that the limbs aren't moving in...

    Make certain that the limbs aren't moving in their pockets --- I padded the limbs on my Bear Custom Kodiak T/D (green stripe) w/ moleskin
  10. The show was cancelled last year --- there was a...

    The show was cancelled last year --- there was a different show w/ different sponsors this year.
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    What did you use? I've been debating refinishing...

    What did you use? I've been debating refinishing the Little Bear I bought to replace the one I had as a kid....
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    Typically, RFID doesn't need a battery, you...

    Typically, RFID doesn't need a battery, you strobe the tag w/ radio waves which power it up and transmit a signal back. Since it's not powered, it may skirt legislation against tracking devices.
    ...
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    I paid more than twice that for my 60# T/D...

    I paid more than twice that for my 60# T/D Hunter.

    My limb tip overlays are just wood, and it came w/ an (original) Dacron string, so I've not even considered anything else.
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    There are a number of on-line instruction pages...

    There are a number of on-line instruction pages for doing this. The canonical one is: http://poorfolkbows.com/oak.htm

    One of the members here, Kegan maintains a site on this as well:...
  15. If you're not deadset on ``3020'', then a similar...

    If you're not deadset on ``3020'', then a similar class of machine is the Shapeoko: http://www.shapeoko.com/

    Open source if that sort of thing matters to you. I believe the plates are laser cut...
  16. Thread: What wood?

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    http://paleoplanet69529.yuku.com/topic/47641/List-...

    http://paleoplanet69529.yuku.com/topic/47641/List-of-Potenial-Bow-Wood-Species-With-Comments
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    The big differences seem to be: - require...

    The big differences seem to be:

    - require more room / have a greater motion when shooting than a traditional compound
    - tend toward making more noise than an otherwise equivalent compound, but...
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    Yes and yes.

    Yes and yes.
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    Hwarang is a specific manufacturer which only...

    Hwarang is a specific manufacturer which only makes one model AFAIK.

    http://www.koreanarchery.org/classic/hwarangbow.html

    I picked up a Kaya KTB, but wish that I'd been able to stretch my...
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    I use arrow wraps, but add a design using Sharpie...

    I use arrow wraps, but add a design using Sharpie brand paint markers:

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  21. Thread: Want List?

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    Thank you, I'm flattered, but I'm living in the...

    Thank you, I'm flattered, but I'm living in the 'burbs and it's not an option w/o a drastic infusion of money and a change of venue.

    Didn't mean to derail the discussion....
  22. Thread: Want List?

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    Time is Gen. Napoleon's most precious commodity,...

    Time is Gen. Napoleon's most precious commodity, so agree --- was up 'til 2:00 this morning working on a wedding gift (a hand-bound book) since I couldn't find the time anywhen else w/ work and...
  23. You can build an approximation of a Mongolian bow...

    You can build an approximation of a Mongolian bow fairly inexpensively though. The beginnings of instructions have been posted here:

    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2246238

    If...
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    I found that cutting foam w/ a heating element...

    I found that cutting foam w/ a heating element generated nasty fumes which gave me a worse headache --- a saw-toothed fillet knife worked well for cutting though.

    Haven't found a really good...
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    I've had these in my wishlist on Lancaster...

    I've had these in my wishlist on Lancaster Archery for a while now:

    http://www.lancasterarchery.com/legacy-leather-warm-full-gloves-with-nylon-tips.html
  26. Making whistling arrows using plastic deodorant roller balls

    Here: http://www.ottomanturkishbows.com/2012/04/making-whistling-arrow-with-deodorant.html

    Looks pretty easy....
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    The best resource I know of on that is:...

    The best resource I know of on that is: http://www.amazon.com/The-Bow-Builders-Book-European/dp/0764341537/ref=dp_ob_title_bk

    There's also a lot of discussion 'bout this sort of thing on Paleo...
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    There was a discussion on making these on a UK...

    There was a discussion on making these on a UK archery site a while back. The site has a specific, fairly active forum for ``Horsebows''.

    Sent you a PM w/ the link. But, the same person registered...
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    It looks to be multiple parts. My apologies,...

    It looks to be multiple parts.

    My apologies, left off the Thingiverse link?

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:398766 --- Vincy Compound Bow Mark 1
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    3D printed compound bow

    ~22 pound draw weight, no word on the letoff. Uses 35X6 fiber glass for the limbs.

    Video:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikj1E3Rds9k
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