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  1. DIY Equipment
    I have been looking at buying a "new" Olympic Recurve riser for myself, and I have been looking at some used options (Ie Hoyt GMX and other older but good aluminum risers). One trend I have noticed with many used recurve risers is a lot of wear, particularly around the grip area from finger...
  2. Elite Archery Discussion
    Can anyone recommend who I should send my Cerakote coated cams and limb pockets to, to have them stripped and anodized (black).... Or other durable black finish recommendations? Tired of the chipping. Thank.
  3. Traditional Archery
    This is my first post here at ArcheryTalk, although I have been following the forums for quite some time. I just wanted to share a few modifications I've done to my Samick Sage 50# that I haven't seen on here before. I was considering making this a build along, but it's so simple to do that it's...
  4. Traditional Archery
    I have several older laminated recurves, Ben Pearson, Wing, Bear etc. I shoot these bows a lot and some are showing signs of finish failure, particularly on the working portion of the limbs, where the finish has developed crazing, a network of minute surface cracks. This has me wondering what...
  5. Traditional Archery
    I posted on a previous thread here, but can't seem to find . I want to pretty up the finish on the sage. I have some low gloss tung oil i bought , but also read using "Tru-oil". I sawe another sage owner sanded the rough edges out and refinished. Don't want to go that far unless stock finish...
  6. General Archery Discussion
    I am new to the forum and fairly new to traditional plucking, so I need a little help with this one. I just received a recurve from a friend, who received it from a friend. One of those deals. Anyway, the original owner decided to apply spray paint for a camo pattern. I hate paint on wood...
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