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Coolest looking bow

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Which model would you guys vote is the best looking bow? Purely from an aesthetic standpoint… Could be new, old, or somewhere in between.

I have always thought the Carbon Element that Hoyt released a few years back looked sweet. Never owned one though

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Looking for great taxidermist within 2hr drive from Albany, NY

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Hey all,
I am looking for a taxidermist with great skills within a 2hr drive from Albany NY. As you may have seen, I have another thread started about a mount I just got back that I am not happy with. I am looking for a taxidermist that can remount it. The cape probably cannot be reused so I will most likely need a new cape. Also, one of the tines was repaired by the other taxidermist…it is o.k. BUT could use some touch up. My criteria is a taxidermist who can do a great job and make this deer mount look much better. You can find pictures in this thread http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2279297.
Thanks!

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Looking For A Good Hanging Digital Bow Scale

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Im looking for a accurate hanging bow scale that i can use in my shop. I looked at the X-Spot, Sunbeam Viking Rubbermaid, Big Game, Allen Digital, Viking Hanson 100#, OMP M100, American Weigh H-110 and Pelouze 7710. I know there are other scales out there, just wanting to know what scale works for you ?

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Looking for info on “American Archery” company and their bows.

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I recently picked up a compound bow from an antique mall in Wisconsin for a whopping $ 98. Said to my self: Well, hell, can’t beat that for a compound bow. So i picked it up as well as a one piece recurve bow which had ZERO markings on it and when i had someone try to put a string on it, he said it was mis-shaped and has to be re-bent. It says on the compound bow, that it was made by "American Archery", being based in Oconto Falls, Wisconsin. I will post pics of all the markings on it but I just need more information on it. Now, I searched high and low on the internet and all i could find on this company was a thread on this site which barely told me anything useful, and some ebay posts of people that sold the same model of bow. Just googling the bow model or company brings up nothing useful. I am wondering if this bow is worth anything, as well the history of the company as extensive as you can give me and how old this bow might be. Thanks in advanced for any help.

Link to my blog where i have the pics since this site won’t let me put them up: http://paladinblades.blogspot.com/

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NEW recurve archer – Looking for cheap feather arrows

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Hey everybody, after taking a trip up to Tennessee and shooting around with some bows for a few days, I decided to take up archery. As soon as I got back to Florida, I went and bought an old Shakespeare Wonderbow off ebay and got all the essentials from my local Bass Pro shop, except the arrows. The man in the archery section told me I needed feathered arrows because my bow has a shelf on it, but I didn’t want to fork out $ 50 on really nice arrows when I haven’t even started practicing yet. That being said, if anyone knows of any place where I can get some CHEAP (they don’t have to be super high quality) feathered arrows mailed to me, or if anyone has any they are willing to sell, I’d be interested in buying them. I’d greatly appreciate your help!!!

-Matthew

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Possibly moving looking for info

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Due to a few reasons I might be moving from my current beloved state of Idaho, east to Wisconsin. Does anyone have any info pertaining to good areas to look? Areas to stay clear of?

A nice positive is land seems cheap, it would be nice just walking out the door for a hunt.

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New archer looking for some advise

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Just want to say this is a great site, and I’ve been getting a lot of good information of it.

I’ll try and keep this as short as possible, but still try and give the whole story.

I’ll start by saying that I have been a competition trap/sporting clays and pistol/rifle shooter for a lot of years. I’ve always stayed away from archery just for the simple fact that unlike a firearm if something didn’t work out I could never get my money out of the equipment. I’ve always taken great care of my stuff and if a shotgun/rifle/pistol did not work for me I could sell it and recoup most if not all of my money and move on. Well my son (17) got into archery a couple of years ago, and has been on me to buy a bow. We would sit in the yard for hours and shoot his bow, and I really enjoyed it. I finally caved and decided to purchase a bow so we could bow hunt and target shoot together. Which we both really enjoy.

So after countless trips to a few local bow shops and shooting a A LOT of different bows I decided on a Strother Wrath. It felt the most comfortable to me and the draw was very smooth. The shop owner also said it would be good for me because it had a long brace height (8") which was good for a beginner. The shop was very helpful and said they would put the required mods on for the draw length I needed. I had used the wingspan divided by 2.5 and had come up with 26.5 " and had mentioned that to them when I was in. So when I came back in to pick up my bow everything went good, but they never asked me to sling a few arrows so the could check anything over or make sure the draw was correct. All they really said was get about 300 arrows through it and bring it back so they could check it over and retune if necessary.

So after shooting for a month and a half or so A friend of mine asked me to go shoot a 3-D shoot with him. I had been shooting as much as the weather and time would allow, and was feeling pretty comfortable and shooting pretty good I thought. So I took the bow back to the shop and had them look it over since I was sure I had about 300 shots through it. They put it on the draw board and took some measurements and checked the cams, and everything looked good. So the day of the shoot it’s pouring rain, so we decide to shoot in my buddy’s basement. He takes one look at me shooting and say’s your draw length is to long.

So now I go back to the shop and have them look at my form and look at the draw length is to long. I draw back and the owner says that it might be a hair long, but my form is good so he doesn’t think he would change it. But if I wanted to it would cost the price of short draw cams and I would probably need new strings and cables to. So almost another $ 150-200. So after talking to him a while longer and being a little disgusted, I went to a shop down the road that deals in Mathews. I told them what was going on and that I might be interested in purchasing a Mathews and dumping my Strother. He said to bring in my bow and he’d take a look at the draw length.

So I bring my bow in, draw it back and he says "as much as I would love to sell you a bow, there is nothing wrong with your draw length." So I say what about everything I’ve read about the string coming across the corner of your mouth or touching the string to your nose? And he says some people are just different, as long as your form is good and your comfortable where you are anchoring you’ll be fine.

So now I am really confused. I had my wife take a couple pictures so I could post them up here. I hope you guys can give me some advise. I just want my equipment to be right so that I can concentrate on shooting and getting better.

Sorry this was so long winded. Oh and by the way, there was a target at the end of the hallway.


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Looking to set up my own bow shop at home.

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Im looking to set up a shop in my house to work on my personal bow and some friends. I would like to know what brand tools I should go with. Im not looking to spend money on a press at the moment. But would like a good vise. And reliable levels n hand tools for nocks n strings. Im young so I only know so much. Any help would be nice. Thanks. #NockEmDeadArchery#IL

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