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My Brother whacked a Good Tom… little boy filming! #archery

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The kid has been going out with his dad for several years, now.
Tonight, he finally had a shot at something with the kid in the blind.

For a 6 year old doing the filming… not bad.

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Shot a little yesterday

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Took advantage of the cool evening yesterday to sling a few arrows. Funny thing was at the sight of my bow my daughter says "can I get my bow and shoot daddy?" Then as soon as sister comes out of the house with hers little brother says "daddy can I shoot to?" Archery it’s an Affliction!

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Little guy gets his chance!

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I got to take my little brother on his first turkey hunt this year.
I’m pretty sure he’s about as lucky as they come!

He’s now 9 and I’ve been taking him hunting with me whenever we get the chance since he was 6.
Fall of 2012 he was with me on a bow hunt when we got a 9 point
http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1855812
That was the second hunt we went on that year.

The next spring I brought him turkey hunting with me.
Little something to note: me and turkey’s don’t get along very well. I have only ever bowhunted turkeys and I have yet to shoot a tom.
First year (2009) after bringing a friend for opener and having him nail a tom right away I thought turkey hunting was going to be easy. Boy was I ever wrong.
After chasing them around the rest of that season (we had 5 days that year) I miss judged the range and shot under a jake toward the end.
The next year after chasing them around for 6 day (7 day season) I shot a jake that crossed the river to me only to have a tom strut through less than 5 minutes later (1 bird limit).
Spring of 2011 I only had a few days to hunt and missed another two shots (high alert at jake and long shot at tom) and went turkeyless.

Spring of 2013 I brought my brother with me for the first time turkey hunting.
First day out we have a jake right in on the decoys that I shoot with him videoing. Walk back to get the truck and come back to find a tom struting 50 yards from the blind looking at the decoy.

Fall of 2013 he is with me again for opener of rifle season and less than an hour into sitting and this guy steps out.

So when I found out he can turkey hunt this spring we were pretty excited to get out there.
Here a story he wrote for school:
"the twin turkeys
it was opening morning for Turkeys. me and Ben wanted to go out and get a big Turkey- maybe 2 across the road. we start to set up a blind. Ben thinks we’ll get a turkey or may be two turkeys.
Ben started call for turkeys and we saw 2 nice Turkey me and Ben just got in position then a boooooom the Turkeys dropped TO the ground the end"
I thought he might be a little optimistic considering my past luck 😀

I get him set up with my 870 super mag with bird shot for some practice rounds and he does pretty good.
Finally have two days I can get home to bring him out, and go figure the weather is forecast to be rainy and windy.
Well had to hunt anyway since they were the only days I had, so I just hoped there would be turkeys in the spot I planned on hunting since I hadn’t been able to scout at all this year.
We get out and set up in the field and as dawn is just breaking the toms start in. I was pretty pumped that there were birds in the area!
I did some cutting and yelps just to let them know where we were, but when they flew down it sounded like they were going away.
After about a half hour a couple yearlings does come out in the field and mess around some and we got to watch them. Then I noticed one of them looking off to our left so I looked over there and see a hen come out of the trees, followed by another hen. They are about 80 yards out and coming our way, so I’m checking to see if they might be bearded (he was shooting the first legal bird!)
While I was looking suddenly there is gobbling off behind the hens, sounded like more then one bird too!
One of the hens finally works her way into the decoy only to stop and stare at the blind for a long time (it was moving in the wind). I’m trying to make sure we don’t spook her, when finally the toms start coming up over the hill about 100 yards out.

At this point I am stoked because it looked like they were all mature toms and they were headed our way! The hen was still staring at the blind and I keep telling my brother we can’t spook her or the toms might spook too. She finally moves on and the toms keep coming in closer. I’m telling my brother to get ready, and he’s telling me to get my bow ready. I’m like No, they are coming in wrong and the angle won’t work. I just wanted him to get a shot. When the toms were about 50 yards out they see the decoy and start coming fast. It’s at that point that I notice my brother got my bow and is like shoving it at me. So I’m like okay, maybe we will get a chance at a double, but he needs to shoot first. As they are closing the last few yards to the decoys I’m telling him to get ready, while at the same time drawing my bow and trying to not get in his way. Somewhere in the process I hear "PUTT" and they all go on alert and start fast walking out of there. "If you have a shot shoot!" I told him because I can see these birds aren’t sticking around and I’m just hoping he doesn’t miss.
BOOM!
Bird down! Wait, TWO birds down! And I’m left holding my bow drawn with no need to shoot!
Guess his story was right after all!

So now I get crap from him because I "still haven’t shot a tom" 😀





One was 20.5 and the other was 19.5
Both had beards a little over 10"
The one had spurs that were an inch and the other 1 1/8" and 1 1/4"

I just have to keep telling him hunting isn’t as easy as it always seems to be when he’s along!

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It’s a little heavy, and it’s ugly………

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Let me preface this by saying if you google old school, traditional, old fashioned, etc, you will no doubt find my name if not my pic on the first page.

I bought a custom Vent 112 from George because I had to. I just had to know what these beasts are all about. I "knew" that the experiment would be short, I would not like it, and then I could move on and live in peace with recurves and "normal" looking compound crossbows. I have tried to pick this bow apart, it is hard to find fault. This strange looking machine cocks easily, shoots great, is fairly quiet, has a great trigger, is deadly accurate, is amazingly efficient…and on and on. Yet, I still am trying to convince myself to sell it. I told my wife, who knows how massively picky I can be, "it’s a little heavy and it’s ugly, but that’s about it." She, without looking up from her ipad, replied, "so are you and I’ve kept you for 45 years."…:set1_thinking:….. …hmmm, perhaps I should keep the Vent a while longer!

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bow making. help with a little Q&A

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i have yet to design any templates for the bow i wish to make
and please excuse me if this is the wrong forum for this. i did look down the mains but not the subs

i have a few questions i would like to ask before i start building
and as far as advice goes, though i would be absolutely to recieve it. i know the internet can be fickle, please be kind?

i would like to make a bow but my google fu has turned up little on the mechanics i need to really worry about here

———- the main event ————

first off. compound bows vs. "normal" bows

1. if i had a compound bow and a normal (non recurve) bow, which limbs (assuming same length and thickness) which would flex more and which would give a longer draw length

2. assuming i had a design for a regular bow, that could easily be converted to that of a compound, would the addition of cams and a different system of string apply more stress to the limbs upon draw and/or release

3. assuming the answer to 2 is yes. to what degree is the extra force, are we talking tens, hundreds, or thousands of pounds. a rough approximate is fine.

4. limb material. as far as it goes i have more then a few ideas of what would work. as it stands weight is a concern. but i would wonder about the properties of spring steel. mainly the effect it would have on archery. if there weight of the limb would have any effect on the speed of the bow, or if it would be better to go the rout of Ti or a Ti alloy (Assuming i go metal and not another piece)

5. as far as the cam goes i am confidant i could build one strong enough to withstand most loads. assuming i build a compound bow. BUT i would like to understand the loads the cam and limbs are under. in greater detail if any one is familliar with this sort of thing

6. thanks to anyone who gives any answer and double to any who shed light on the information i will need. give yourselfs a pat on the back for me would ya?

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Little S30V knife

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I just finished this little drop point. It’s 6 3/4" OAL with a 1/8" S30v blade and linen micarta scales. The bolsters, corby bolt, and thong hole tube are 416 stainless. I made this for the guy that bought it’s brother many moons ago.


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Need a little help sighting in my new CBE Tek Hunter

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Just got my new sight today and got it mounted on my bow. I got the 3 pin model. I want to set those 3 pins for 20 30 and 40 and then put the tape on and be able to dial that too shot longer distances. It says in the instructions to shoot it at 20 and 50 to select the correct tape. I’m just not sure how to set those 3 pins and did the correct tape at the same time. I’m going to do this tomorrow so anything you can tell me will help


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