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  1. Traditional Archery
    I just received 12 new Trailwalker wood arrows from 3 rivers. They said in their item description that the arrows are not weight matched, so I'm not complaining about that, however they are ranging from 466 grains to 517 grains, is this normal? and how much difference in flight and performance...
  2. Tom Turgeon - Q&A Bow Building Forum
    Materials for stopping target or field tipped arrows range from the 'ol bale of hay and a cardboard box filled with shrink wrap to expensive blocks of dense foam and 3-D targets. But what about stopping broad heads? After all, shouldn't we be practicing with the same heads we're planning to use...
  3. Traditional Gear For Sale or Trade
    Bought from 3rivers this summer and sealed with Sikkins Cetol wood finish. These 55/60 shafts are tapered port oxford cedar and weighed 440-449. Size is 11/32" tapered to 5/16". 5/16" Classic Nocks. Length is 29 7/8" from nock throat to end of wood - just a hair too short for my 29+" draw...
  4. General Archery Discussion
    I was wondering if anyone could give me a "value" of an old bow and arrows I have. The bow is a Jennings Model T Compound. It pulls at 54 pounds and is right handed. Limbs and risers are in good shape as is the string. The arrows are cedar arrows with broadheads that are epoxied on. They...
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