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Your small game hunting tips.

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What do you guys use for small game tips. Not the marketed ones, the ones you make yourselves. I’ve done a field point and washer behind it. I’ve been wanting to drill holes in a field point and run some stiff wire through in an X formation. Let me know what you guys use pics if you have them. Thanks

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Tips for small game hunting?

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Hey guys I want to start bowhunting with my bow. Specifically small game hunting. The trees are clear hear and would like to give it a try.

My set up is deercrossingarcher hunting arrows with G5 SGH.

I wanted to know what type of sight to shoot….such as single pin or or multi. I feel like a multi pin would be more forgiving as I won’t have a range finder. I like that being able to split hairs.

Any help tips?

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Rage X-treme blades and tips on the Titanium ferrule?

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Curious if anyone knows if the X-treme blades and tips will bolt up on the Titanium ferrules?

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Tips and Tricks

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image.jpgFound a great tool to remove old fletchings from carbon arrows. These cheap rulers have the metal insert for tracing and it works perfect on scraping the old glue off and doesn’t harm the arrow. Thought I would throw that out there.

Anyone else have any handy tips?

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Summer mule tips

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Archery season starts mid July and just wanted to hear some tips on bagging my first buck this summer

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Any tips for a Deaf beginner?

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I’m just getting back into archery after having taken 15+ years off from it. I shot a simple 40# recurve bow from about age 9 to 17 and by the end could bullseye easily and had tight groupings nearly every time. Now it’s like I never picked up a bow in my life – after 20 years off and 13 years of health problems I am having to start completely over with a 20# bow, and my aiming is a joke. Oh well, it’s still fun anyway.

Unfortunately there’s no real adult archery clubs in my area that are accessible to me and I’ve not had any luck finding coaches, but I’ve been lucky enough to find an SCA group that has weekly archery practice. Needless to say the people there are wonderful and helpful, but I don’t know if any of them really qualify as actual coaches, and I don’t think they pay that close attention to me to tell me if I am doing something wrong. So I’m trying to research things online and learn as I go, hoping that muscle memory will still kick in after this long and I will get better.

However I’m also Deaf, and while it never stopped me as a kid/teen, I also never did it in a group. I always always shooting solo and learned from an adult in my life that was an expert at traditional/primitive bows. Naturally, I can’t remember anything he said now. I just remember that I was mostly an instinctive shooter back then and that’s about it.

So I’m wondering if there’s anything I need to be aware of as a Deaf archer, both in my personal technique while solo shooting and in groups. Is there anything technique-wise that requires hearing that I may need to compensate for? When I was a kid it wasn’t a big deal, but I’d like to get serious with archery again so maybe that changes things. I don’t really see how hearing is really necessary other than if I were to hunt someday, knowing if my bow is too loud – I don’t anticipate hunting though.

I know that it does help to hear the "thunk" on a target when figuring out one’s technique and fine tuning it, and I find myself a bit frustrated that I don’t have this "check", especially since I seem to still be an instinctive shooter. Even more frustrating is that in a group practice, I can’t see where my arrow went or if I even hit the target at all until time to go retrieve the arrows (since the arrows in the target could be anyone else’s and not mine, it’s hard to tell from a distance). So it’s really hard to self correct. Unfortunately, I no longer have a place I can safely solo-practice, so I’m kinda stuck with the group practice for now.

I’m nervous about the group archery practice aspect, but I do have my significant other practicing with me and he’s more than willing to stay by my side and let me know when the retrieval call is sounded and the emergency stop is sounded and all of that. And should I ever have to attend practice without him I plan to be especially observant or perhaps ask a fellow archer if they would be willing to hit me on the arm during an emergency stop call, but it still makes me nervous and wonder if I should just sit it out when my SO can’t come with me, which honestly would suck. But safety is more important. Especially since there are sometimes kids on the range. I would just like to see if I can’t figure out a way to compensate for the lack of hearing on my own without needing a "hearing alert human" at my side, lol.

Anyway, I guess I was just hoping I could share some concerns rolling around in my head with this seemingly active forum of archers and see if anyone had any great ideas or responses I hadn’t thought of. Thanks. 😀

– Lily

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Tips on tuning wooden arrows

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We’ve had a lot of good and helpful threads recently on tuning Aluminium and Carbon arrows. But what about tuning wooden arrows to wooden bows? Do you bare shaft tune? or paper tune? Most of my tuning is just trial and error with spine, point weight and nocking point. Be interested to hear how you tune your wooden arrows.
PS I’m a target shooter , shooting an English longbow.
Thanks.


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