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    I wish I knew how to post pics on this forum.

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    Here ya go Trek:

    http://bushcraftusa.com/forum/showth...highlight=bear

    Just isn't a sticky like yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trekon86 View Post
    Any bows allowed!
    Brownie points for trad bows, though
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    I was to lazy to take the other stuff off the rack, LOL

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    great looking bows guys... i love these threads...

    here's a few of mine... i have been a trad. archer/hunter for many years.. bith my boys, my wife and my father in law all shoot as well..

    here's a cool pic. of some Ca. Bowyer Steve Abbott's bows...
    my main shooting bow was made by Steve.. he's a great guy and amazing bowyer.. mine is a shorty 58 in. 47 lb. longbow.. i love it..







    one of my hunting bows.. 62 in. 58 lb. Chaparral Kaibab.


    a table o quivers at a recent shoot..


    another shoot pic.


    last batch of arrows i made.


    most of my/our bows, as they used to live at our old house..



    i have loads of archery/bow pics...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangywhitebushman View Post
    Are you sure it wasn't painted over? Looks like that bow's been painted. And where's your whiskerbiscuit? lol Easton's aluminum 1916's are my favorite day to day's. It's getting hard to find aluminum arrows nocked for verticle bows in this area.
    I think it has been seeing as the "Bear" logo is pretty much invisible. And I mostly use this for target shooting, don't really need a whisker-b. As for the shafts, thankfully my grandpa had a stockpile of em, prob have about 4 boxes of em.
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    Whisker biscuit, no one needs a steenkin' whisker biscuit, its off the knuckle and three under for the true Archer, LOL. I swear, I'll get my stuff together and post pics of my bows, it just seems so dirty to pose them all nekked and all.

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    WOW - really nice thread, really nice. 'spose I need to take a few pics now.

    Great stuff everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skab0311 View Post
    Just picked up my first recurve! I'm pumped. I traded at wood lathe I picked up for $20 for it!

    Its a Bear Kodiak Hunter, 60", 45#. I love the colors of it.

    Took it out in the yard with a couple of arrows I had laying around and the very first shot at 25 yards, dead center!

    Now I just have do some research and figure out the right size of arrows I need, aswell what other gear and goodies I need.





    (and the gloveless thingys are coming off tomorrow)
    I had a bear like this when I was in high school but, mine was solid brown. Don't know if it had been painted or what but it looked exactly like this one except color. Loved that bow, mom gave it away while I was visiting Parris Island.

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    first ever handmade selfbow. finished this one up last dec.
    66" ntn, 45lbs @ 28
    osage orange
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    selfbow number two
    finished up in march.
    52" ntn
    40lbs @26"
    osage orange with rawhide backing
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    some misc arrows and quivers made over the winter
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    great thread!
    love me some archery ####

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    man those are some beautys. i have a 60" 50# longbow, i'd like to try my hand at making one though. any pointers

    and what's the best wood for arrow making btw?

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