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  1. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    I have yet to find something of that flavor. The reason I want an ambidextrous bow is that I learned to fire a gun with both hands, so I want to learn to shoot a bow the same way. Any help would be fantastic.
  2. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    A couple years ago I picked up a 1967 Colt Firearms Mfg. Co. Woodsmaster recurve bow, 58" long and with a draw weight of 51#@ 28", that looked like it had never been shot. It didn't come with a string, however, which I now see should have been a red flag, because when I finally got around to...
  3. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    I've done some research, and I know I want to go with learning how to shoot a recurve bow. I was wondering what should be taken into consideration when buying my first recurve bow?
  4. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    And no, they are not wood. I've been shooting a 45# recurve for several years and now just entered the world of compound bows, A 70# PSE dialed down to 55#. With the recurve, I only maintain tight groups to 30yds and would like some longer range shots on our property. I have a lot Easton Camo...
  5. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    Instead of holding your recurve in your hand while you're walking, is there a product/accessory out there that carries your recurve on your back while it's already strung up? I've been googling back sling, sling hooks, recurve back carrier, bow carrier back sling... all kinds of variations and...
  6. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    Hi everyone, new to the forum. First thread, just was looking through the forum and some questions popped up. I am wanting to have archery as another skill/tool. Thing is, I have no knowledge on bows. I have done some research, but not finding what I am looking for. What's the best bow to get...
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