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The Open Air Project #archery

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A friend and I have started a new Podcast and Website/Blog about hunting and fishing as a hobby, and I wanted to share it with everyone. Feedback is welcome by leaving us a review, on iTunes or by leaving a comment on our site.

Thanks and I hope you enjoy.

You can listen to the Podcast from the website by clicking on the blogs for each episode or by going to iTunes. If you want to subscribe to the Podcast you can do it by clicking under the post for the media you will be using or by subscribing on iTunes.

Website:
http://theopenairproject.com/

iTunes:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/…233711731?mt=2


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NJ Bowfishing Conservation Project – Save A Clam

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Hello Everyone,
I wanted to spread the word for a NJ Bowfishing Conservation Project I am working on called Save A Clam. If you can please take a moment to read the description about our cause below I would appreciate it. Thank you for your time!

About Our Cause:

Every year the New Jersey Shellfish Industries are attacked by large schools of migrating Cownose Rays which wreak havoc on the shellfish population. These rays enter the fisheries destroy farming equipment, eat the majority of the seeded shellfish and disturb the soil leading to shellfish suffocation. Over the years these predatory animals have grown in numbers due to the overfishing of their natural predator the shark. Our newly created conservation effort called Save A Clam is looking to help control the Cownose Ray population through the legalization of Saltwater Bowfishing for this invasive species. Being a conservation effort we would like reduce the population of the Cownose Rays to help out the shellfish industries but still maintain a healthy population of the species. Our goals also include encouraging the public to utilize the harvested Cownose Rays as an alternative viable food source. This project if passed will also introduce a lot of new shooters into the wonderful world of bowfishing and help out our economy through business development. If you would like to support our cause please sign our petition below, like our Facebook page and visit our website using the links below. Thank you for your time and we would greatly appreciate any support you can provide!

Save A Clam Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/saveaclam

Save A Clam Website
www.saveaclam.com

Save A Clam Petition
https://www.change.org/p/nj-marine-f…ion-reason_msg


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New life for a classic – My SBXT project – pic heavy

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I picked up a SBXT a couple months ago cheap and decided i was going to give it a complete make over. The finish was flaking off so I figured why not try my first DYI riser refinish. After lots of research and , I decided to duracoat her coyote brown. I bought the $ 40 rattle can kit. I broke her down and stripped her with aircraft remover. Next I plugged all the threaded holes with dummy screws from ACE hardware then blasted her with aluminum oxide.

I built a backyard paint booth with some scrap wood and plastic I had. I made the hanger in a way where I could rotate the riser as I painted it.

My final prep step was washing her down with denatured alcohol to remove any lingering grease/oils/residue/etc. I blow dryed and let her sit for 30 minutes.

I went first with 2 thin coats of rustoleum self etching primer, 5 minutes between each coat and waited 30 minutes before top coat. Finally I went with 4 thin coats of duracoat, 5-10 minutes between each coat. I let the riser hang for 4 weeks before I ever touched her so I could reach a full cure or very close to it.

Preperation is EVERYTHING with painting. I assembled her tonight. I added new black limbs, DCA stab, Dead End string stop, Copper John Rut Wrecker sight, new idler wheel and new axle, new cam and new axle (cam and idler were chewed up on the edges), updated QCCs, black torqueless grip, and a harmonic stabilzer light. I blacked out all of the damper weights by removing the gold stickers (I had to paint the small ones).

I still need to add a black QAD HDX, the coyote brown/black shark tooth weave wrist sling, quiver mount and peep sight but she is looking good. She still has the Breathn threads that were on when I bought her so they will suffice for now. Hopefully I can get her tuned and rocking by next week, I cant wait to stick a deer with this bad girl.

Enjoy the pics.

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Treestand / Blind Cart Project

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I wanted to share with everyone a project I am working on. I hunt a lot of public land which usually has long mile walks that are relatively easy walking on mowed trails but they are long enough to where a 50lb pack early in the morning will start to hurt the shoulders, back and cause you to sweat. Especially when over weight. Once I get to the end of the trail I usually go another 300-500 yards in the woods and set up. I wanted an easier way to get my gear 80% of the way there without sweating and hurting.

One day the idea popped in my head to use a jogging stroller so I ran with it. I finally found one today on craigslist for $ 20. I took off the cover and made a little base out of particle board I had laying around. It works awesome and I can literally push it through my yard and up the small hills at my house with one hand and no effort. It is also extremely quiet. I still need to paint it and figure out how to attach my bow to it but I think it will work awesome. I am sure I will get a lot of laughs but I was always told to work smarter not harder.

I could of used my deer cart but it is much bigger and sounds like a freight train rolling through the woods.

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Poll…. On hybrid project!!!

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We’ll I cant find a bow I held and shot years
Ago. And there isn’t anything even close on
The market. I grew up shooting instinctive
With a compound. Gap shooting and was pretty
Good. I’m looking to build, or put together
Something as close to what I shot. Recurve
Take town riser, shelf rest, laminated recurve
Limbs, beaver silencers, pretty radical tear
Drop cams. The cames where very smooth.
It was a perfect blend of the traditional and
Compound worlds. Let off was I think 55%
Around 240 fps. Might of been faster.
My question is do you think this would be
A seller if brought to the market? With technologies
Of today it could be made pretty awesome. Light
Weight, still around 40" A.T.A but today’s cams
And Limbs I bet 300 fps could be done. Only
Trouble is that speed would be difficult to shoot
Accurately. Unless a release was used? Please
Good bad, what’s your thoughts?

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Bowtech Experience “Candy” paint project! Picture Heavy!!

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Well after seeing the custom Plasti Dip job done by monkeybutt2000, I was inspired to do something different to my Bowtech Experience! I chose the plasti dip route because I cannot afford to get the riser done in kolorfusion. Enough talk here’s some pictures of the start!

The first set of pictures are the original bow, the tape job, and the first layer of dip!

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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…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Outdoor Project

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http://www.rockethub.com/projects/30…utdoor-project

My goal of the project is to raise money to help people who need want to enjoy the outdoors like we do but do not have the funds to do so.. If you know someone in need please message me or feel free to help the Project.. :shade:

Hopefully this will take off and my next one can go to help Veterans.. :darkbeer:

Thank you.


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