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Thread: Pro Shooters

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    Pro Shooters

    Great to see this forum has been created

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    Hey DLJ, Thanks for being the first to post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tele View Post
    Hey DLJ, Thanks for being the first to post!

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    Thank you and the other admins for creating this!
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    Pro Shooters

    Welcome. Hope others will join. I am no pro, but enjoy hearing from them.
    Vantage Elite +'s (77#, 60#, 55#) And a Matrix with Spirals for hunting
    Things I Like: Honey Badger Bowstrings, No Limit Archery (Ringer Release and Grave Digger Broadheads), Gold Tip Arrows and Affordable Stabilizer Weights (ASW)

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    This is what AT needed !!

    Thank You Huge !!
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    Spot On Bowstrings, Fuse Carbon Blades, Doinker Stabilizers (Doink On), Axcel Sights, AAE, Scott, Bow Rattler
    Viper Sights, NAP Rests, Easton & Beman Shafts, Limbsavers, Tru-Ball.

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    Awesome thread!
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    Hold an NFAA pro card.
    I guess this is what you wanted.....

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    Great new thread, thanks admins!
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    Dang, I liked it better when it was a forum.
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    I think I'm missing something here......

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    guess one person is following the rules
    Quote Originally Posted by Tele View Post
    Unlike the the Target Archery Forum, The Pro Target Archery Forum has been created for the Pro Archery Shooters community.
    To post Pro Target Archery Forum you MUST include in your AT signature: your name, who you shoot for, or your pro shooter credentials.

    We are going to rely on Pro Shooters in the Archery Community to help verify AT Members credentials that post in this Pro Target Archery Forum.
    Prime, Gold Tip, Bee Stinger, Stanislawski, Hamskea, Specialty Archery, Bomar-summitarchery .com

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    is there something to discuss here??

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    Now we just have to "share" how to make a living from this......
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    Who is the collective "we" you are referring to... I'm not seeing full time shooters here...
    Jacob Hemstock
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    I shoot for: GT, Axcel/Truball, Viscosity strings, FV
    "put your dot in the middle and shoot your shot, they'll tell you if you won later"

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    yes there are some real good pro archer`s out there ,that make a living shooting archery, but here on archery talk 99.9 % its only the wanna-bee`s. that pay for a pro-card to be called a pro that post on here. so ya i agree who is the " collective we" ? anyone can buy a yearly pro card for $500.00.

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    So you are a winning pro I take it? Judging by how you are rippin on the current pro entry stipulations and that you are posting here?

    Dan- you gonna try and make Griv's 25m? It's in dec this year
    Jacob Hemstock
    '11 VE+ '14 PCE XL
    I shoot for: GT, Axcel/Truball, Viscosity strings, FV
    "put your dot in the middle and shoot your shot, they'll tell you if you won later"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete53 View Post
    yes there are some real good pro archer`s out there ,that make a living shooting archery, but here on archery talk 99.9 % its only the wanna-bee`s. that pay for a pro-card to be called a pro that post on here. so ya i agree who is the " collective we" ? anyone can buy a yearly pro card for $500.00.
    I agree. Good idea, but no real pro's are gonna post here. They are too busy flying all over the world making money. And if they did, what would they post? Advice for us amateurs? Why exactly? No, I see this as a shameless self promotion page/brag wall.
    With great bow comes great responsibility...

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