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  1. General Archery Discussion
    My wooden Bear takedown bows don't hold up well to my sweat and I want to cover the grips. Is there a grip that has adhesive that can later be removed without further damaging the varnish? Also, has anyone tried the Wilson grip designed for tennis rackets? I heard they are good, but I don't...
  2. Traditional Archery
    Pros and Cons of shooting off the shelf vs a rest. Is a rest still traditional?
  3. Traditional Archery
    Howdy everyone, I go to a military college from fall-spring and was wonder if there’s a way I could practice archery in my room. I was hoping to bag a deer next hunting season with my bow, but I know it’d be difficult considering I won’t be able to shoot while I’m at school to keep myself...
  4. WELCOME! New User Forum
    Hello everyone, I’ve been bowhunting for 3 seasons now and I’m looking for tips and tricks of the trade and I’m also gonna try my hand in trad bows! I’ve been interested in them since before I even started bowhunting and shot a Samick Sage recurve for a couple years while I was stationed in Ft...
  5. ArcheryTalk Videos and Media Forum
    Another in my series of running archery and movement demonstration videos.
  6. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    What's everyone's method of hunting when considering "less compact" archery equipment? I started using both the recurve, as well as a tree saddle this summer (2020) to take hogs in preparation for deer season. However, I'm wondering what people with more experience may be doing, I also hunt...
  7. Traditional Archery
    Good evening, i have bought 1 year ago a Bear Archery Grizzly recurve bow 55lb, 58'' Amo lenght, 58'' Stringh lenght. I've shot thousands of arrows with it and today the string broke (1 of the two) the string was the standard one who came packed with the bow itslef, it was a Dacron Flemish Twist...
  8. Traditional Archery
    It's horn bow, 28" draw lenght and 40-90lbs draw weight, i will use it for Conquest Fest in Istanbul.
  9. Traditional Archery
    I was just reading an interesting old thread on this forum about anchor points. Two comments stuck with me. The first, from 3D Archery, noted that skeletal alignment should dictate where we anchor. I've seen the video this comment was based on and it's compelling. Then Viper1 observed that true...
  10. Traditional Archery
    I'm a new longbow shooter and I am looking for recommendations of arrows to shoot. Started at 30#, 28" draw, 68". Wanting to start shooting 3D. Thanks for sharing knowledge.
  11. Traditional Archery
    In case those "instructional" traditional archery how-to videos have gotten you down... :darkbeer:
  12. Tom Turgeon - Q&A Bow Building Forum
    Answer: I use my Nicholson #49 or #50 rasps for bow building. However, any means (knife, power tools, hatchet, etc.) that the bow builder can effectively remove wood will work. I would advise tracing out yor projected profile before you start the wood removal process. Side Note: In my opinion...
  13. General Archery Discussion
    Hi everyone! Daniel from Ontario, Canada here! I'm a new user to the forum and was wondering if I could get some advice on a couple of things that I've been thinking about. I am a beginner traditional archer with a handmade bare longbow and unspined wood test arrows which I acquired from an...
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