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  1. Arrow Saw

    General Archery Discussion
    I have been thinking of purchasing a arrow saw. i was wondering what some of you guys recommended as for the whole set up or maybe even something diy. any and all advise would be greatly appreciated. Thanks shoot straight
  2. diy 3d Target

    DIY Equipment
    Hi All Anyone already tried to make a 3D target? What material did you use? Any plans? Any tips? I'd like to build one cheap and portable to train but don't know what I could use and what shouldn't. thanks ++
  3. making a compound bow

    DIY Equipment
    Hi guys this is my first post so sorry if I've done something wrong! Anyway I like to have projects and always loved archery, in theory lol dad never trusted me with anything sharper than a sponge and since leaving home I've been skint and popping out kids with the wife so money has never been...
  4. Home made small game broad head

    Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    Hey guys, I have been tinering, (like always) and have come up with an inexpensive small game broad head. too about a half hour to figure out and put together, then polish the edges, but i am sick of loosing arrows in the grass with 9$ small game heads on them. this one is very sharp and...
  5. Home made target stuffing?

    DIY Equipment
    I have a HUGE burlap sack from work I want to make into a target, but not sure on what I can put inside of it. The bag is about 4' x 4' x 4' so I have to find a lot of filling. What can/can't I use for this target. I know i can use plastic bags, old clothes and foam, but could a little bit of...
  6. amazon rain chicken

    has anyone seen these guys on you tube there videos are pretty cool
  7. My First attempt at a string jig

    DIY Equipment
    I tried to locate uni-struts. The electrical wholesalers and metal retailers had them but would only provide 6 metre lengths at $aud140. As it turned out this was a blessing in disguise as I found a good, prepainted and cheap substitute. Items used: 4 * concrete bolt anchors for the posts...