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    460 FMJs are sold, pending. Dave

    460 FMJs are sold, pending.

    Dave
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    400 FMJ Navigators are sold. So are 12 of the 370...

    400 FMJ Navigators are sold. So are 12 of the 370 ACEs.

    Still have the 460 FMJ Navigators and 11 of the 370 ACEs.

    Dave
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    430 Navigators are sold pending the usual. 12...

    430 Navigators are sold pending the usual.

    12 of the Ace 370s are sold pending...

    Dave
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    Target Arrows for Sale

    Do to disability and injury I have been forced to drop out of archery. Selling the following for 1/2 the current price per dozen at Lancaster:

    29 Navigator FMJ 400s. With 100g points. All with...
  5. Thread: limb question

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    You can convert it to take ILF limbs but it is...

    You can convert it to take ILF limbs but it is not an ILF riser, i.e. with adjustable limb pockets for changing pull weight and tuning.

    You're the one who said you were converting to FITA. Now...
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    As JM said, the Dorado is not adjustable. For...

    As JM said, the Dorado is not adjustable. For that you need a dedicated ILF riser along with the limbs. Got to say the Dorado at 60" is a very poor choice for FITA, it that is really what you are...
  7. The NIBB has an aluminum shank while the bullet...

    The NIBB has an aluminum shank while the bullet and parabolic points have steel shanks. Also, the NIBB is designed by Easton to produce a specific FOC (something like 7% if I remember...may be off on...
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    Don't have a good picture of my 21st Century 21st...

    Don't have a good picture of my 21st Century 21st Edge but these are my recurves. Top picture is of my 2 Spigarelli 2001s and a Best of Italy Mercury. Lower picture is of a Bear Kodiak Special and a...
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    Go over to TradTalk.com and get ahold of Bob...

    Go over to TradTalk.com and get ahold of Bob Gordon. He started this concept several years ago and knows as much about the subject as anyone. He can tell you if your riser is acceptable for the...
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    Sorry but that just doesn't compute (i.e. make...

    Sorry but that just doesn't compute (i.e. make good sense) with your draw length and weight. And, from everything I've ever heard or read the 1916 is way stiff for 36@25". It's always been the...
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    That's new and good to know! Thanks Scott! Dave

    That's new and good to know! Thanks Scott!

    Dave
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    I'd say get one at home. I've never heard of...

    I'd say get one at home. I've never heard of anyone else offering the Bernardini line, except for the brief venture of LAS. Of course there's always Alternative Services.

    Dave
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    The 80 yard target faces on the NFAA Field and...

    The 80 yard target faces on the NFAA Field and Hunter rounds are 65cm, but they have no 10 ring. Scoring is 3, 4 & 5 with an X inside the 5-ring. For dementions of each scoring ring visit the NFAA...
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    Minor point but it's 80 yards, not meters. I...

    Minor point but it's 80 yards, not meters.

    I suspect there are fewer barebow recurves competing than you think. It is hard to work up much enthusiasm when there is so little competition. Winning...
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    Hank, It's been a while since I shot the 90m...

    Hank,

    It's been a while since I shot the 90m part of a FITA but the last time I did, with the set up I was using, the POA was about 1/4 of the Whitetail mat above the top. I was shooting a 70"...
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    Poll: I'm trying to figure out why recurve and barebow...

    I'm trying to figure out why recurve and barebow are separate. I shoot "barebow recurve" and checked both for your poll.

    Dave
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    A few years ago I tried putting on a monthly...

    A few years ago I tried putting on a monthly field shoot. Attendance was terrible. After a break to consider what was wrong I started doing them on the 5th Sundays. That works out to 4 shoots/year....
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    Poll: I would be willing to bet this is related to TV...

    I would be willing to bet this is related to TV coverage. Bet who ever is behind this thinks too much dead time turns off the viewers who switch channels to a faster action format. Archery can't...
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    BH, Haven't seen the new LAS catalog yet so...

    BH,

    Haven't seen the new LAS catalog yet so could you tell me what length the 410 Medallion Pro comes in? Appreciate the help!

    Dave
  20. Thanks for the kind thoughts Kari. Yea, reading...

    Thanks for the kind thoughts Kari. Yea, reading about stuff, particularly field, is driving me nuts. A computer terminal is a poor substitute for a target and your equipment. I fear the boredom...
  21. I'm one of those with shoulder problems. After a...

    I'm one of those with shoulder problems. After a couple years of pain I went to the doctor and ended up in physical therapy. Helped some and I was able to keep shooting. Interestingly enough the...
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    This isn't meant as criticism so please don't...

    This isn't meant as criticism so please don't take it that way. I am curious why you are considering a modern, take-down recurve when your interest is in Bronze Age history? Self wood long and flat...
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    That was going to be my guess. Dave

    That was going to be my guess.

    Dave
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    Martin has been making traditional archery stuff...

    Martin has been making traditional archery stuff for a good many years. PSE is primarily a compound maker who offers some recurves, most of which are imported and not that well made.

    I think most...
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    LOL - gives some of us old geezers some hope....

    LOL - gives some of us old geezers some hope. (smiley face goes here)

    Dave
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    I like the same ones as Skybowman, but with a...

    I like the same ones as Skybowman, but with a straight clamp and just a little off-set. I've also used 2" Para & 2.12" Shield Flex-Fletch and my raw shafts are 32.5".

    As an aside, I think you...
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    Kungur, you will probably find a more receptive...

    Kungur, you will probably find a more receptive audience and more helpful information if you post this on the FITA, JOAD, ETC. forum. Lots of freestyle (sight) shooters over there.

    Dave
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    Hey John, isn't that the same list as the one of...

    Hey John, isn't that the same list as the one of the 1300 barebow recurve shooters? (smiley face goes here)

    Dave
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    Coming from the compound world and if you plan to...

    Coming from the compound world and if you plan to hunt, the temptation is to get a really short recurve. Generally speaking, longer is better. It will be smoother and more stable, contributing to...
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    One thing to be drawn from this vs the 1400 list....

    One thing to be drawn from this vs the 1400 list. Adding fingers/recurve and 90m to the task does raise the difficulty factor. (smiley face goes here)

    Dave
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