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Online toddster

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striker slapstick
« on: March 30, 2004, 07:15:00 PM »
Found and shot one at the michigan traditional expo.  I bought one, and have put around 5oo arrow's through it.  I have taken it roving and bowfishing, and to tell the truth have purposely abuse this bow.  This bow still shoot's as great as it did when I bought it.  A silent and one of the few treat's little known about.

Offline rabbitman

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Re: striker slapstick
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2004, 09:21:00 PM »'re right...Striker Bows and the bowyer, Rick Ellis, are up and comers in the traditional archery world. I own a Striker longbow and shot the slapstick  at his shop.  Both are great performers.  Recently he has come out with a 3 piece takedown longbow that is real sweet.  He goes the extra mile to please customers and meet their needs.  He'll be set up as a vendor at the Kentucky Klassic...hope to try out his recurve there.

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