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PowWow / Re: The Howard Hill Classic, 2021
« Last post by T. W. Harris on Today at 04:30:58 PM »
Point made Sam, 3 or 4 colors would be better I think.

Terry Harris
Roy, I think that is a smelly gear... :laughing:

Flem, stop using those words I gotta look up.

you will have to find that out by trying, I suppose. It would be interesting to compare the density of formica to glass.

Flem, I read some where you have noticed density of laminates (glass/resin ratios) make a difference. Can you share more of your observations?  Is it just the belly lams that it makes a difference on?
PowWow / Re: The Howard Hill Classic, 2021
« Last post by Sam McMichael on Today at 03:26:58 PM »
Terry... not so sure a single color T-shirt scheme is a good idea. You will sell a lot fewer shirts, I think. I have always bought two or three but probably won't buy more than one if there is no color choice. I would prefer three colors. Ever since I started attending the shoot, my regular daily casual wear is always a T-shirt from your shoot.
PowWow / Re: shot trigger
« Last post by Alexander Traditional on Today at 03:05:58 PM »
I've tried this and like it a lot. I had a hard time tuning arrows though. Going to keep playing with it.
Hunting Knives and Crafters / Re: Can I still post here?
« Last post by Bill Turner on Today at 02:48:24 PM »
Glad to see this post. I followed Karl on this site for several years. I even own one of his awesome knives. Then he just dissapeared. Glad to see your back with us Karl. Your work is second to none. You have been missed. :clapper:
PowWow / shot trigger
« Last post by Vesty on Today at 02:43:32 PM »
Just curious. How effective is using back of broadhead touching bow hand finger as release signal. I've heard that is what Howard Hill did.
PowWow / Re: Frank San Marco Eagle
« Last post by Sant-Ravenhill on Today at 02:35:05 PM »
I thought he had long ago given up bow making. Nice to see the first chapter bowyer of Traditional Bowyers of America still making bows 31 years later.
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