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  1. Traditional Gear For Sale or Trade
    I have a striker classic that is right handed 49# at 28 inches. I bought this bow brand new from Dusty Ellis a few months ago. We had a long talk about trying to get the best bocote veneers he could find for this bow so it is a partially custom striker classic. Comes with string suppressors...
  2. Traditional Archery
    I was wondering if anyone had shot both the Bearpaw Slick Stick and the Bearpaw Quick Stick -- and might offer some feedback. I know that the Quick Stick is a longer bow, and I've seen some guys say that a longer bow is easier to shoot accurately... Anyone ever notice a big difference between...
  3. General Archery Discussion
    Ok i have an old hand carved flatbow and would love to know if its native american. The bow measures 56 3/4" long with a round leather wraped handle very thick leather. The top of the bow is dark and the underside is much lighter. If you run your fingers down the bow you can tell its hand carved...
  4. Build Along
    I'm seasoning a naturally-reflexed, self-cut and split red oak stave for my first DIY, and expect to back it (after heat treating) with 1/8" hickory (to be ripped from a 2"x72" board). The stave is trimmed 2.1" wide, and quite straight grained to 66"+. I'm aiming for 53#@28 (but happy with...
  5. General Archery Discussion
    I was given a hickory longbow with a 50# draw. Is this too much for me. I am 33 and alas I am only 5'5". Short Lady with a 60in longbow. Any advice is greatly appreciated.:o
  6. WELCOME! New User Forum
    I just want to say Hello and I hope to learn much from everyone. I am new to the sport. I picked a longbow a few weeks ago for the first time and shot eight bullseye out of 10 shots. I was so excited and enjoyed it so much that I want to keep it up.:wink: any advice for beginner longbow...
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