Great post black wolf
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Great post black wolf
Thank you Warbow, limb walker and two finger for your comments and input you guys have it right, IMHO.
So barebow archers, if we are members of USArchery, send in our shooting fee and show up to shoot without sights or stabs can we still play. Not caring about a place or award just shoot as a member...
Yep, I did it at the Atlantic City Classic, first practice round, first arrow, in front of a crowd of olympic team shooters. You could have heard a pin drop, no it was just my brand new Hoyt. ...
Perhaps my imagination or just at least a few of us have a perception that there is a group of archers who consider us just oddities that really don't understand archery. Many of them continually...
New rules as of today. The Nfaa website will tell all. No longer is a single piece bow required,so I am guessing you will see a whole new breed shooting ILF type bows with long bow limbs. Me I'm...
Looking for a longbow about #30@28 for wife's first longbow. 2 PC takedown would be great but can do one piece. Looking to stay under 200 but will consider higher if right for her. Thanks. ...
Just picked up an ol hoyt td4, it has great geometry for barebow and shoots very well with just a small weight. It's a cheap setup to play with barebow, might think used to get the most bang for the...
Family shot at Twin Oaks this weekend. A great time and now have the selfbow bug. I would recommend any one wanting to experience true trad shooting and southern hospitality go to this shoot. We...
Nice bow and a great job on analysis. Thinking I want one too, not sure I should say thanks. Lol. Gar
Shooting longbow at 330. Woodies be flying.
The proof is in the group, biggest changes I length and tip wt. till I get a good group consistently as I can. No magic tuning bullet, just shooting and playing with lengHts weights, form and so on....
Old electric mixer with surgical tube over the cut off beater, mount in vise.
We need different bows for the many classes, and types of shooting, it's just needed. Really I need them, need them I do. I am not sick I Need them.
Love making my own. Made most of my On my way! tools over the years. Good winter hobby.
Put a string on the limb from fade to the beginning of the nock reinforcement, you should not see any gaps. That's the test the IFAA guys use. Gar.
Looking for a hoyt GM4 or a bear Formula Gold, just for nostalgia reasons. If you have one you want to part with pm me. Thanks garrie
My first TD4, what a great day that was.
Yup 3 under as long as you touch the nock.
71 bear Kodak , 83 Martin cougar,
Thanks for the update Jim.
Yep, great instruction and form there.
Instinctively ignore it
Great pics. Your club rocks, now that's a great shoot. Steaks, fireworks, and really good looking course. Guess next year we are making a road trip. Gar and Jen
purchase a new home because its closer to the archery range at the park, yea, we did it.
Nice shooting for an old guy...lol. Congrats. Gar.
I was a gapper but my urologist was able to repair the damage before stringwalking took hold.
I asked Robin Hood and he said, "Yes I shoot instinctive.
My 21st Century is 46 at my draw. Shot the NFAA indoor this year. Shot with a good friend from Canada, great guy and shooter who shot I think a 40#. I think with the right woodies you could go...
I pick out some nice pieces of hair-on calf and some Latigo at the Tandy store in the remnants box. A few bucks makes me a lot of nice tabs, Gar