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Offline SwietsRick

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Re: Scotty Had Some Recurve Bow Questions...
« Reply #10 on: October 11, 2006, 03:55:47 AM »
I just checked it out at 3:51 am today the 11th and it's up to $61  :sad: the thing to remember is the days left in the auction  O0 If you look at the ending soonest items they give you a better visual of what they will approximately end at. Sometimes you may even be the only bidder  8) But I wouldn't start out with a #60 bow if I were you  :shock: My DreamCatcher is only 45#  :-\  If you watch some off brand; but good bows they go pretty cheap and then if you enjoy traditional you can trade up to what you like  O0
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Re: Scotty Had Some Recurve Bow Questions...
« Reply #11 on: November 21, 2006, 12:54:47 AM »
 I also shoot and hunt with Traditional style equipment.
 You are very fortunate to get so much good and valuable information. I wished that I could have gotten so much good information when I took up traditional archery years ago.
 The only thing I could add is to find a mentor at your local bow club that shoots traditional and work with them. Traditional archery is very addictive, be careful. And don't ever be affraid to ask questions or make mistakes. In my opinion you can't learn if you don't.
 Agin, Great and valuable information, also very well put.
May your campfires burn bright and all of your arrows fly true.


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