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missed my aiming point by 3 yards from 20

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Rained almost all day in the Chicago area today. Quit about 6 PM and I decided to try to get in a little practice before dark. After about a dozen shots I had my bow at full draw and was holding on my spot and started squeezing the release. At exactly that time a sparrow landed on my arrow between the riser and the string about a foot from my face.

Things happened really fast. I felt and saw the sparrow land. The arrow released and I felt it pull pretty hard low left. I was too far into the shot process to stop. Dont know if I flinched from the bird or the weight of the bird landing caused the release.

I didn’t know where the arrow went but I heard it hit wood. Also don’t know where the bird went. I missed my backstop and hit a 2X8 that was leaning against my garage about 3 feet low left.

I don’t know who was supprised – me or the bird.


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How to Make a Crossbow from Popsicle Sticks: SonicDad Project #38 (Mini Crossbow)

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Make a miniature crossbow from popsicle sticks, rubber bands, and a few other household items. View and download PDF project instructions here: http://www.so…
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How to Make a Compound Bow from PVC Pipe

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This is a how-to video that will tell you how to make a compound bow from PVC pipe. It uses the single cam mechanism for simplicity. All the supplies will pr…
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What keeps the filling from bag targets from falling out

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Pardon my ignorance but I would think after so many shots the bag would have some decent sized holes. What keeps the insides on the inside?

Im just trying to figure everything out between bag and block targets.


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noise from my cat quiver ?

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my cat quiver has started making a squeaking noise. its the fleece over the plastic body of it. any ideas how to fix this?


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Thank you and list of winners from Standing Stone

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First I would like to thank everyone that came out this past weekend and made our shoot very successful.

I would also like to thank all of our prize donators and vendors.
Archers choice media
Easton Archery
3 Rivers Archery
Producers of Lettin Loose
Archery MD
Wildlife Research Center
Cabela’s
Dan Pierce Outdoor Shop
Archery Imports
JRJ Knives
Weavers Archery
Mace Family Traditions Archery
Nice Targets

Here is a list of our competition course winners.
Mens:
Clair Kiner – 182
Mike Kiner – 174
Allen Felix – 162

Womens:
Tami Drake – 108
Melanie Kauffman – 69
Jamie Zimmerman – 65

We would also like to thank everyone who shot the aerial targets on Saturday. We raised over $ 100 for the Penn State Children’s Hospital.

Thanks again and we hope to see you all next year or at one of our up coming shoots this year.


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Changing from a TT 19″ riser to 17″ riser

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Hello all, sorry for a noob question, but what sort of changes would be involved in going from a 19" Tradtech riser to a 17" TT riser,? Apart from the obvious overall length change of 2", how would performance be affected (provided the same limbs are used; medium length longbow limbs)? And would a new bow string be required? I’m guessing yes, but I have no idea. If a new string was required, what are some good recommendations, and what length? Would the draw weight be increased slightly (also guessing yes)? I know I should really be happy with my Pinnacle II set-up, and performance-wise I am. I hate to admit, however, that I’m vain and I REALLY like the looks of the Apex riser. And the thought of a 2" shorter bow is also appealing.

Thanks in advance.


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New guy here from North East TX. First post and a few questions.

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Fellow traditionalists,

I shoot a fast compound crossbow that i really enjoy. Funny thing is, when it comes to vertical bows i find myself wanting to get "back to the basics". In fact, ive never understood why laminated and composite pressed wood bows are referred to as traditional, last time i checked the ancient ones defended their lands and hunted with bows that were built from solid wood, and that is what i hope to build. I have already built a few novice traditional bows, but have recently decided to get more serious about it and consult with others who seek to keep the old ways alive. Now onto some questions that i have…

Ive read that the two best woods are Osage Orange and Yew. But that other woods are "suitable" and that the important part is "in the build". Well a recepie is only as good as its ingredients and considering that these bows require precious hours of time invested, my question becomes is there any reason to start with anything other than the 2 previously stated woods?

So far ive only made "stick bows"..or bows from a tree that was 2-3". Is this way better, or is using a big tree and then splitting into multiple "staves" better?How did the natives do it?

Now for more specific questions, can anyone help me identify these trees and if they are any good for bow building…

The first two pics are from a tree that i made a decent stick bow out of, this wood seems to flex very nicely and is not "gummy" like some i have tried…there are a ton of these around here ranging from 1"-2ft thick. Would this be a quality wood to try something bigger with?

The third and fourth pics are from a tree ~5" at the base…its the first ive ever cut with plans of cutting into multiple staves and i dont want to waste time with something that will not yield a quality end product.

The last 2 pics are from a strange thorny tree that stood out amongst all the others. It is also about 5" thick at the base. Dont know why, but it was calling me.

I look forward to becoming a regular here and thanks for any advice!

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