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  1. General Archery Discussion
    I recently purchased this bow. It is 58” AMO and 47 pounds @28”. While it is absolutely a great piece, I am unable to draw it to a stage where I can get a solid anchor. The best I can achieve is is an anchor with the string about 5-7 cm from my nose where the lower section of my thumb is just...
  2. WELCOME! New User Forum
    I've found out about this forum on Facebook and decided to check this out. I've got into Mongolian bows and I'm not going anywhere else, so I was wondering if there are others around, and whether there's a community of Mongols around here😜Video of Mongolian style shooting
  3. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Sub Forums
    I am thinking of trading in the compound to get a traditional bow. I primarily hunt whitetail and eventually want to elk hunt. Can someone please point me to a company who currently produces traditional bows that are short, 55” or less, with a high draw weight. I don’t mind if it is a recurve...
  4. Traditional Archery
    Hi everyone! After shooting compound and horse bow(thumb) for some years I want to buy a ILF bow. I have a 31.25 inch draw and i am 6.3; but my main limitation is that I live in Eastern Europe, thus making many of the trad providers from the US very expensive. As i want a ILF bow, after a lot...
  5. Traditional Archery
    Please provide the title and author of any books that you believe would be helpful for someone learning to shoot a longbow. Thanks!
  6. Traditional Archery
    So I was shooting my sage samick yesterday and I was at full draw then when I released the loop on the string broke :mg: It made a weird clattering sound, i checked the limbs and they looked fine, No noticeable visible damage. I just want to know if that's equivalent to a dry fire or if my bows...
  7. Traditional Archery
    After looking through the attic of an old weighing station, I found two recurve bows. I took them to a firearms dealer to have them restrung. The man behind the counter was interested in specifically one of the bows. He said the make and shape of the bow was very similar to early Fred Bear bows...
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