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    Here in Western Montana, our stumps are generally...

    Here in Western Montana, our stumps are generally much too hard to shoot. I have shattered a few woodies, and bent some aluminums on them. We still call it stump shooting, but generally we find...
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    I know how you feel! My favorite aspect of...

    I know how you feel! My favorite aspect of archery is going out stumping. Whether its with friends or by myself, I always have a blast. I have gotten in alot more exercise since I discovered...
  3. Thread: Silencers.

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    I have tried both yarn puff balls, and beaver...

    I have tried both yarn puff balls, and beaver balls. The puff balls seemed to do a better job quieting things, but the beaver balls were more aesthetically pleasing to me. Mine are strictly a fashion...
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    Nice shooting, I am looking forward to purchasing...

    Nice shooting, I am looking forward to purchasing one of those rhinehart balls, its the next "toy" on my list :D
  5. AlexWV- Be sure that whoever you guy arrows from...

    AlexWV- Be sure that whoever you guy arrows from knows their stuff. When I first bought my Sage, I went to Bob Wards and explained I was new to traditional archery and needed to get some arrows. They...
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    Rays Best- I have only had about a week to shoot...

    Rays Best- I have only had about a week to shoot the Phantom, the limbs were backordered and took awhile to recieve. Initial impression? I really like the Phantom so far, seems to be less handshock...
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    I shot my first 3d this past weekend and turned...

    I shot my first 3d this past weekend and turned my score cards in. It being my first 3d, I most definitely wasn't near the top of the board, but I wasn't at the bottom either, which I was prepared...
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    The weather was actually perfect saturday. The...

    The weather was actually perfect saturday. The overcast kept the temperature reasonable, especially when your on that 3rd round in a row and have worked up a sweat. Sunday was a little wet, but was...
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    The photo of the running buck is my friend...

    The photo of the running buck is my friend Dillon. He was the only one between us to hit the running buck 2 days in a row. I was not even close haha. Its pulled up the mountain by a rope that when...
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    Libby MT traditional shoot

    I got the chance to try out my first 3d shoot this weekend at the Libby all traditional shoot. I went with a friend, and was extremely nervous about what it would be like. I had never shot in front...
  11. :thumbs_up Awesome to hear :). I started learning...

    :thumbs_up Awesome to hear :). I started learning traditional archery a year ago, and have always assumed I was right eye dominant as I have always used my right eye to sight with firearms, and I am...
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    Temper, not sure if you have tried "stump...

    Temper, not sure if you have tried "stump shooting", but its a great way to get out into the woods, get some exercise, and do some archery all at the same time.

    Like you, I do not hunt. I am not...
  13. Looks pretty cool! I like that its simple to...

    Looks pretty cool! I like that its simple to attach to your pack, so you don't have to worry about trying to find a comfortable way to sling the quiver and your bag over your shoulders.
  14. Thread: NEPA stumpin

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    Looks like a good time. My favorite aspect of...

    Looks like a good time. My favorite aspect of traditional archery is the enjoyment that comes with a good stumping rove
  15. Interesting post and excellent points. I was...

    Interesting post and excellent points. I was lucky enough to have found this forum about a month before my first bow purchase, and therefore went into the purchase with the knowledge that I needed a...
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    Haven't shot one, but love the look of them. I...

    Haven't shot one, but love the look of them. I think my first custom will be a White Wolf bow. Love the price point of them too, pretty affordable compared to many other custom bows out there.
  17. Definitely an improvement, the bow looks great! I...

    Definitely an improvement, the bow looks great! I have a Samick Sage and may have to get the stuff to try this
  18. Rests are another personal preference thing. Some...

    Rests are another personal preference thing. Some people use leather pads, some people use bear hair rests, some prefer stick on rests, and some prefer plunger rests. I have used both the bear hair...
  19. Skithis-it certainly can feel overwhelming and...

    Skithis-it certainly can feel overwhelming and confusing when starting, but eventually it all starts to make sense. This forum has a ton of useful information to peruse through, youtube has some...
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    Best thread on AT, hands down. Truly incredible...

    Best thread on AT, hands down. Truly incredible craftsmanship, and an awesome way to pass something down through future generations.
  21. Just looked your bow up on 3riversarchery.com,...

    Just looked your bow up on 3riversarchery.com, and this is what it says in the product description: Manufacturer recommended brace height: 7" - 8"., Make sure to recheck the brace height after...
  22. Leave the bow strung for a few days and the...

    Leave the bow strung for a few days and the string will stretch. It just takes a few days to be "broken in". I can't speak to what a good brace height for your bow would be, but if you bought it new...
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    Well as of April I have now been shooting the...

    Well as of April I have now been shooting the Samick Sage for a year. Over the last year I have come to enjoy my Samick Sage more and more. It has proven to be an excellent bow to learn on, and a...
  24. You can purchase the string online, Lancaster or...

    You can purchase the string online, Lancaster or 3Rivers both have a good selection of strings and rests. Just remember you want a string that is 4" shorter than the bow length, and I would recommend...
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    Went with the Samick Phantom. Appears that...

    Went with the Samick Phantom. Appears that activity in the Samick Forum has dropped to nil.
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    Checked AT a few hours too late to join on this...

    Checked AT a few hours too late to join on this one, as I've been out stump shooting all morning. Awesome idea for a First Shot for easter KennyO. Happy Easter everyone!
  27. Apimm- I tried to answer your questions to the...

    Apimm- I tried to answer your questions to the best of my ability, and I was polite. However, when you get defensive, and start throwing out insults and insinuations that places you above others, it...
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    X3 on Paranees post, Lancaster is extremely...

    X3 on Paranees post, Lancaster is extremely knowledgable and reputable. Frankly, any shop that tells you draw weight doesn't matter in traditional archery doesn't know what they are talking about and...
  29. I was under the impression that the reason vanes...

    I was under the impression that the reason vanes are "taboo" off the shelf is because vanes are much stiffer than feathers, so when the vane makes contact with the riser shelf, it pushes the back of...
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    Interested in what happens with this experiment

    Interested in what happens with this experiment
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