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06-17-2009 07:27 PM  11 years ago
countrypilot

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For a real rush in hunting try Rocky Mountain elk. You can have a mature bull 10 feet from you blowing snot and screaming at you while tearing up the trees and you can't get a shot beacuse of a small branch in the way.

As I said before it's all about what you want to do and to have fun doing it.

Most name brand equipment is very good these days. Find what feels and looks good to you.
A good day flying is when you come home with everything in one piece
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06-17-2009 07:44 PM  11 years ago
B.T.D.T.

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Was at the archery shop/range this past weekend to show my son the range. They let him take a few shots with the rental recurve. I was told let him use the rentals for a while because just incase he decides it's not for him and if he sticks to it then get him a bow. I had them look over my old recurve bow (from when I was a child )and to restring it. I'll let my son use that at home & at the range. Only problem is that there is no mount/insert for a sight and I asked if I can drill and mount one one it. They so don't ruin the bow by screwing into it.

Now I would also like to get back into archery. The compound bows looks very nice and it's just as expensive as heli's.
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06-18-2009 02:59 AM  11 years ago
CT.Chopper

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That's part of my problem....
got way too many "hobbies" and master at none.....

but it's fun though? right.....
Rob Landry.
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06-18-2009 04:45 AM  11 years ago
B.T.D.T.

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I just picked up the old bow with my son tonight & I guess I should have read the pound before I got it strung up. It was a little too heavy for my son. His hands was shaking and could not draw the full length. So rented a bow tonight for a bit.

Spoke to a few guys and now leaning towards a recurve bow, Hoyt Excel for my son. My son tells me to wait until he shoots on Sat with the juniors.

I think I'm more interested than my son. I'm looking at a recurve also Hoyt Helix or Eclipse.

I was told I should get a pair of starter limbs and then move up to a heavier pound, because I need to work on my form first. Is that correct?
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