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PowWow / Re: New NM Classic
« Last post by Bigriver on Today at 06:06:19 PM »
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PowWow / Re: Minimum arrow weight?
« Last post by Gun on Today at 06:00:46 PM »
I shoot 43# right now, 27" draw. 565gr arrow. Used the same arrow when I was at 47#
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PowWow / Re: Broadhead for giant brown bear
« Last post by Terry Green on Today at 05:51:44 PM »
All broadheads fly the same if tuned to the bow. I've kill 3 animals in one day with 3 different heads and weights. ZD4, Simmons 4 b, woodsman. All animals went into the cooler. Don't sweat the little stuff.

Pick something wide, mean and multi bladed and have at it.

I can't wait to hear your story......  :campfire:
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The Bowyer's Bench / Re: next bow project
« Last post by Mad Max on Today at 04:50:04 PM »
I have been told that the split side can be the back also, and the bark side being the belly.

Nice pat
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PowWow / Re: Broadhead for giant brown bear
« Last post by cacciatore on Today at 03:52:36 PM »
Larry, I really don’t know what I’ll have to eat bein in a place so far from civilization. I am also start to be afraid that the hunt is at risk because the Russia Ukrainian war. Hunting in Alaska with a pro guide wouldn’t have me so cautious in the quest for the most deadly broadhead
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The Bowyer's Bench / Re: next bow project
« Last post by Pat B on Today at 03:19:38 PM »
I cut the shoot today. I'll give it a few days to quit oozing sticky sap then saw it to length, cut in half lengthwise then bind the 2 halves back together with spacers between to all for good air circulation to aid the drying process. Looking at the rings it is 7 years old with 5 heartwood rings and 2 sapwood rings. I'll use the sapwood ring under the bark as the back. Here are a few pics of the downed pole...


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The Bowyer's Bench / Re: 2024 What did you do today
« Last post by Crooked Stic on Today at 02:53:44 PM »
Get yourself  some 1 in. Wood Dowell. Use a paddle bit and drill holes in the end of your work bench in such a way the bottom limb goes under one Dowell and the throat of the grip over the other Dowell. If your talking real heavy bows you may want the top limb where you can use body weight to push down the top limb. Got no pics of mine tho.
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The Bowyer's Bench / Re: 2024 What did you do today
« Last post by Stagmitis on Today at 02:31:03 PM »
If it’s not too much trouble kirk- it’s know it takes time to do
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PowWow / Re: New NM Classic
« Last post by matt steed on Today at 02:17:30 PM »
Very nice
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PowWow / Re: Broadhead for giant brown bear
« Last post by artifaker1 on Today at 01:58:05 PM »
I got to put in a vote for VPA, the Omega. Very impressive with the S7 steel, which is used for jackhammer bits and hammer drill bits, chisels and such things. The design looks like it might fly better than say the 250 grain Simmons but that is theory, not fact. You'll have to shoot quite few into a block to sort that out.
The most accurate would be best thing in dangerous game imo ...

Are you going to stop in and buy a bunch of berries and fruit to take to camp, like you did on our hunt ... lol
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