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I want to start getting into traditional archery. I have zero experience with it. I am looking for any suggestions or tips, along with gear selection for me as an experienced archer but a less than novice trad. archer. Looking for bow selection and prices along with arrows and anything else I will need. thanks in advance.

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Steel force traditional broadheads #archery

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What y’alls experance with these broadheads. Tunableility, flight, durability, and sharpness.
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Traditional Bow Help

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Ok so what is a good starter bow. I want something good for decent price firm believer in you get what you pay for. Also what are some good arrows. Any help would be appreciated

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Building a Traditional Longbow

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This is my first post, sorry if it’s posted in the wrong section haha, but basically, I was wondering who here has experience with making traditional longbows? I’m sure most of you do, but who would be willing to give me instructions on how to? I’d like to pick up building longbows as a hobby, and what better place to learn than from a community of fellow archers?

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Tuned and ready for The Baltimore Traditional Classic

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Just bought some GT 7595 for my 1968 Bear Super Kodiak (Black Beauty). My wife bought it for me about a year ago.

60# @ 29" DL

Built 2 test arrows. 1 Full length 32" and 1 30". Tested with 100gr and 250gr. The full length 100gr was a no go (as I figured). The full length was ok but too long for my needs/likes. The 30", 250gr was a dead on pile driver!!!
6 shots taken, all at 20 yards at a 4" circle.

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New to traditional archery

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Like the title says, I’m brand new to traditional archery. I’ve been shooting and hunting with compounds for about 15 years and I’m ready for a new challenge, I really just want to get back to the basics…a stick and string.

I have a few questions regarding getting into recurve shooting, any help would be much appreciated!

I have a martin hunter 55# @ 28", I’m afraid I might be over bowed for a beginner and I really don’t want to develop any bad habits. I thought about trying to find an inexpensive bow at maybe around 30# to start with, I was wondering if you guys have any recommendations for a quality inexpensive beginner bow that will allow me to develop good habits before I move up in weight? My eventual goal is to hunt with recurves, of course I want to make sure I’m proficient and can shoot decent groups before I even think about taking a recurve into the field.

As far as strings go, what should I be looking for? I’m really confused by flemish twist vs endless loop, and I’m also not sure what material I should be looking for. I’m not a string builder…so I would really appreciate some recommendations for a quality recurve string.

I ordered the masters of the barebow DVD set, I’ve heard it’s pretty well respected. Are there any other resources, books, DVD’s, etc. that you would recommend for a beginner?

I know that’s a lot of questions, but I want to get started out right. Thanks in advance for any responses….I really appreciate it!

Ryan

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New to Traditional and might be overbowed. What do you suggest?

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Howdy folks:

My first post!
I have been lurking here for a while, reading and learning a great deal about all manner of topics such as aiming options, tab vs. glove, form, anchor points, etc. but unfortunately, I read the thing I needed to read a little too late.

I think I made the typical mistake of a compound shooter going to a recurve of too heavy a draw weight.

I have been arrowing deer/hogs for many many years successfully with compounds and currently use a Mathews Creed maxed out at 72 pounds (according to the pro shop scale) no problem. So when I wanted to recreate the fun I had in my teens with a hand-me-down Bear bow, a handful of mismatched arrows and a hay bale, I picked out a Kodiak from the Bear website and ordered the 55# from Cabelas.

It got here a few days ago and after I strung it (yes I used a stringer-learned that here- a must- no more leg through the bow stringing method thing for me!) I drew it and HOLY COW it seemed heavy! I felt very unsteady at anchor!

I work out regularly and often with heavy Russian Kettlebells and have pumped iron my whole adult life so I am very strong and my 72# compound is no big deal but this recurve gave me the shakes to some extent! I figured that going down to 55# would be a fair drop in weight considering I pull 72# compound with no issues but I think I was wrong.

My question to you all is, what do I do now?

I have not even shot it yet!

I have a set of spine test arrows coming from Rose City so I should be able to shoot it this weekend and figure out which spine is appropriate so I can order some full dozens. Problem is, I want to do this the right way and don’t want to learn/engrain bad habits.

Should I get a lighter recurve and build up from that or is it reasonable for me to expect to soldier on with this one and very slowly, build up my familiarity with it, ever focusing on perfect form? I would really rather not have to buy another bow though. Would rather keep it simple if I can and just have one recurve. Perhaps I am fooling myself though thinking I can grow into it in a month or two or three. But in a year, I went from a 35 pound kettlebell which seemed very heavy at first, to a 71 pounder that I now use as my main one and am considering going heavier. That worked out well as I got stronger over time and form is absolutely crucial there too! Maybe this recurve will be the same thing and I will grow into it?Not sure what to do!

Please bestow your experience and wisdom upon this open minded new-to-Traditional Archery shooter O’ masters of the bare bow!

Thanks so much for your time with this,

Chris T.

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Ibo west coast traditional championship 2014

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The IBO is now just a few weeks away. If you attended last year you already know what a great weekend to expect. If not im sure you have heard what you missed. This is a great weekend of traditional archery and get together. Let me share with you some of the event information.

IBO Championship: April, 4,5,6, 2014
Entry fee: $ 37.00
IBO Scoring, one arrow 11,10,8,5
A total of 40 targets most be completed by Saturday evening. Two 20 target courses.20 or 40 targets can be shot on Friday. 20 or 40 targets on Saturday. The top 10 shooters in all adult classes will shoot head to head on Sunday a additional 20 targets for a total of 60 for the weekend. Plaques and buckles awarded to placed winners.

Hunter Challenge Sponsored by: Legends Bows April 3,4,5,6, 2014
Entry fee: $ 15.00 first card $ 10.00 each additional card.
Plaques awarded in 1st. and 2nd. each class. Then top shooters will go head to head in a shoot down for awards listed bellow.
1st. place female and male shooter will win a beautiful trophy longbow by Legends Bows.
2nd place female and male will in a beautiful trophy custom knife by Salado custom knives.

For more information feel free to contact
Mike Rash
Calif. IBO Rep.
209-852-2475
legendsbows@sbcglobal.net

Look forward to seeing you all there to support a great weekend of traditional archery.

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