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PowWow / Re: When was this Robertson made?
« Last post by chase perry on Today at 09:00:45 PM »
This is all very interesting.  Thank you, gentlemen.  I have some B-50 here that will make a nice string, and look good with this bow.  Probably a 1991 bow, based on what you guys are saying.  I appreciate the insight.  Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

Best regards, Chase :coffee:
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The Bowyer's Bench / Re: Bamboo Backed Osage Issue/Question
« Last post by Mad Max on Today at 08:36:53 PM »
Picture is to big
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PowWow / Re: The 10 grain per pound rule?
« Last post by M60gunner on Today at 08:33:20 PM »
It’s a guideline like mentioned already. At hunting ranges, say 20-25 yards a heavier arrow should do fine. At those ranges especially 20 yards and under you shouldn’t have to make any drastic adjustments for arrow drop either. I am also having an issue with coming up with a 10gpi arrow for my lighter weight bows. But my new 45# Widow likes 12 gpi so I ain’t gonna argue
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The Bowyer's Bench / Re: Bamboo Backed Osage Issue/Question
« Last post by U.P.dragon on Today at 07:07:45 PM »
I"m not sure why the picture wants to be sideways.
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The Bowyer's Bench / Re: Bamboo Backed Osage Issue/Question
« Last post by U.P.dragon on Today at 07:07:16 PM »
Thanks Pat! I scraped some more on it today. I'm at 49# at 29 inches which is about what I was shooting for, so I"m afraid to scrape anymore. To me maybe that left limb is a little stiff right in the middle? I took off 3 scrapes right there after taking this pic, but I think I'm just going to go forward with it though.

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PowWow / super curve crackling
« Last post by jmrsyrs on Today at 06:42:32 PM »
Bow is a Border Mosstrooper super curve carbon back and belly. When drawing the bow I am hearing a slight crackling noise. Has anyone experienced this or is there a problem with the bow that could be dangerous or? Thanks in advance for any input, Jim.
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PowWow / Re: The 10 grain per pound rule?
« Last post by Orion on Today at 06:27:15 PM »
10 gpp is a nice mid-range arrow weight, but it's not written in stone.  Most of my arrows are 11-12 gpp.  Build an arrow that flies well for you and accept it. 
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PowWow / Re: Weak Spine Arrows With New Bow
« Last post by Grumpyfoot on Today at 05:57:09 PM »
Thanks Kelly. I do work on my form quite a bit, but too much is not enough. I never thought of sitting down.
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PowWow / Re: When was this Robertson made?
« Last post by Hud on Today at 05:51:30 PM »
I believe the Mystical I have was made in the early to mid 1980's It was one of the few modern "D" shaped or Deflex-Reflex bows. At first he was using black locust, osage, and red elm laminations, under clear glass and shedua risers. Dan Bertalan talked with 29 different traditional bowyers before he published the first ed. of Traditional Bowyers of America in 1989.  A second edition followed, as many bowyers faded away and new ones were building bows. I think Felix is correct, as Dick gradually started using bamboo core material and different riser wood when the Vision was introduced and then the Purist. 
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The Bowyer's Bench / Re: 2024 Bow Swap Progress Thread - Open
« Last post by Smguinnip on Today at 05:47:05 PM »
Maybe that white tube coming to Indiana  :bigsmyl:
Stic, my memory is so bad, I think we’re both gonna be surprised when we find out where it ends up  :dunno:
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