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“Fast Limbs VS Powerful Limbs” (is there a difference?)

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Gentlefolk…this particular topic/thought fell (actually more like "came crashing down" LOL!) upon my oh so abstract mind as I gazed at my new-to-me 1975 Herters recurve….smugly taking in the extreme curvature of it’s heavily bowed and hooked limbs…as by comparison makes my Bear look like Twiggy as there sits Marylyn Monroe….loaded with static tension as just the act of plucking the string to hear the high pitched note it makes produces a smile upon my face…with the 14 strand Flemish string sounding more like taunt fast flight rather than the B50 Dacron it is….as I attempt to decide which hunting arrow to commit too…which at this point I know will either be my .600 spine 29" long beman classics w/ 100gr stingers tipping the scales at 365grs or?…my 30" long .500 spine GT3555’s tipped w/ 175gr Simmons TigerSharks tipping the scales at 435grs…and I’m almost certain I’ll choose the latter but….

In this thought process…and since I don’t currently have access to a chronograph?….my mind begged the question…

I wonder if some bows were designed with an emphasis on power rather than speed….IOW’s?…are there some "fast limb designs" that will whip out a 350gr arrow like nobodies business yet dramatically bog down when nocked up with a 500grainer?….while conversely there may be some "powerful limb designs" that might not whip out a lightweight arrow quite as fast yet exhibit very little differential in nocking up a heavy weight arrow?

To my understanding?….I believe this falls under the realm of a bows "Stored Energy"…which by the sound of things this Herters has gobs of…and would secure my decision making as described above.

T.I.A. and L8R, Bill. :cool2:

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Any female trad shooters out there?

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So I’m a young guy (23) who’s been shooting recurves my whole life, and not only do I rarely meet other young dudes who are into hunting with trad gear, I can’t recall ever having met a girl who shoots/hunts with traditional gear.

Any girls out there around my age? Or any guys with daughters? Hahaha 😉

Honestly just interested in talking to someone of the opposite sex who understands my obsession. 😀

Alex

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Is there any truth or need to find “adjusted draw weight”

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Hey guys so I was looking through the Lancaster supply book and saw where Carbon Express had a chart for "adjusted draw weight". So instead of matching up the chart with the weight of the bow, poundage, and cams on your bow it adds or subtracts pounds due to let-off, tip weight, and the IBO of your bow. Just wondering if this was a good idea or just another gimmick. if there is some truth to it my 65lb bow should be shooting arrows spined for a 75 lb bow. And if it is true is it for only CX shafts or is it good for Gold Tip, Easton, Etc? Any Insight on this?

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Any bow makers out there?

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Hi I’m Toni,

I’m from Slovenia in central europe.

I have been doing archery for a couple of years now. I have also been making my own bows for two years.

I use a traditional recurve takedown bow with a 55lb weight. The length of my bow is 64" with a 15" handle.

My bow’s limbs are Bamboo and Yew veneer with a fiberglass laminate. The handle is Teak, Mahogany Yellow Locust Bubinga and Maple.

Are the any of you out there that make your own bows?

Toni

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Is there thumb release with a wrist strap?

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I would like to try a thumb release with a wrist strap but haven’t seen one. I saw Levi Morgan hunting with what looked like one but Im not sure. Can someone give me suggestion?

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Is Anyone Out There Shooting G5 Quest Bows ?

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We are looking for a bow for my wife and cant find hardly anything on the Quest Bliss. It looks like a pretty descent bow with good specs but can only find very little about the bow as far as reviews or anything. No dealer has one in to shoot so I was wondering if anyone has shot or has a wife that shot the Bliss so I can get there thoughts about it. My wife shot a Mission craze and said its ok,shot a Mission Menace and said its ok. Going to try a Flare and Riot tonight but would like to get some opinions on the Bliss. Thanks.
Tank.

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Matrix 380 into a 355 ? how do I get there?

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Hi..the titles confusing but please try and follow me. I really would like a full camo matrix with the couple extras that come on the matrix 380 but don’t want so much speed. Seems cost effective to go with 380 with the extras and possibly buy/add 355 limbs? Or start with 355 and add anti-dry plus possibly of cost to have rail dipped?
I know these are good problems to have:cool: Anyone else asked this or done it? Thanks for your insight.
Jack


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Would there be any interest in nicely designed handbound archery books?

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I’m about to enter into a contract to bring one book which was out-of-print back into print, but am still trying to work out how to print and bind it.

I’ve done hand-binding before, including Western casebound hardcovers w/ sewn spines, but don’t much like them (they require a lot of bulky equipment), preferring instead Chinese-Japanese-Korean stab bindings as well as the Japanese multi-section book (retchoso — one or both of those “o”s should have macron accents).

Which would you prefer?

Here’s an example of my hand-binding:

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