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The Bowyer's Bench / Re: Crickets
« Last post by Roy from Pa on Today at 04:25:35 PM »
Not sure what my problem is, maybe depression.
The Bowyer's Bench / Re: Crickets
« Last post by wood carver 2 on Today at 04:24:53 PM »
Just crickets here too Kenny. I started re- vamping my shop and I haven’t finished yet, so bows are on hold for now.
Virginia Senator Amanda Chase - we need more politicians like her, EVERYWHERE.

PowWow / Re: Wood arrow kills
« Last post by Badlands on Today at 03:43:35 PM »
Nice bear Gary
PowWow / Re: How many are truly interested in St Jude Auction?
« Last post by Emmons on Today at 03:32:10 PM »
Count me in also!!
PowWow / Timberhawk at Kalamazoo, bow pics, stop and say hi!
« Last post by timberhawk on Today at 03:31:44 PM »
Hey everyone, Timberhawk bows will be at Kalamazoo this weekend. Here are some bows that we'll have there... will have about 40 different bows total. Please stop and say hi and shoot a bow. Safe travels to everyone!
The Bowyer's Bench / Re: Crickets
« Last post by Buemaker on Today at 03:31:24 PM »
Nice bow 4 point. What kind of wood in handle?
PowWow / Re: Wood arrow kills
« Last post by MnFn on Today at 03:11:40 PM »
48# Tall Tines recurve. I think it was a 55/60 Surewood by David Lawson with a 160 grn Stos. Complete pass through on a nearly 7 ft Pope and Young bear.
PowWow / Re: Can anyone help me find my old bow?
« Last post by DanielB89 on Today at 03:01:07 PM »
still looking fellas...
Trad History/Collecting / Re: Noisy Tamerlane
« Last post by elkslayer4x5 on Today at 02:49:29 PM »
Back in the 60's and early 70's California I did a lot of novelty trail shoots, all put on by local clubs to finance their ranges. Competed  against a lot of those Tamerlane. I don't recall any of them or other tournament bows being unduly loud or noisy. Every one was shooting aluminum then, I'd try a heavier arrow As I recall the racks of bows at the beer stands, only short hunting bows were braced higher than 8" Sorry can't help more than that, other that to repeat what a well known bowyer told me on measuring a recurve for a string.
  Use string or seamstress tape. Lay bow across chair arms, Belly up (the side you see when shooting, just to be clear) Beginning at the nock follow the limb to the top of the curve, hold the tape there, go straight across to the top of the other curve, down to the nock. Subtract 3".
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