Why do you think we don't? Firearms are definitely the go-to weapon but under certain circumstances a stealthy bow in the hands of a skilled archer make more sense. One quick situation I can think of is to procure game without giving away your position.
And I do, several.
NOT SURE about the NEW SAS bow capable of ambi, but their folding ones certainly are. You could put an arrow rest on either side or both with no effect on its handling or performance.Ive looked at a few of the folding bows, but the main reason, I went with the PG, is the fact that it flips to either side easily. ambidextrous. the only thing i don't do equally well with either hand is throw a base ball that's LH only, but i dont think the majors are pickin me up anytime soon LOLOL.But it is a nice looking longbow.
you nailed it. I didnt realize it was a "zombie" till is seen I had already posted about the PG, not once but thrice.........age is catchin up, im repeating myself, repeating myself.......:xeye:Hard to fish with a firearm. Uses too much ammo and the sound gives away your position to the zombies.
ROFLMAO!!!you nailed it. I didnt realize it was a "zombie" till is seen I had already posted about the PG, not once but thrice.........age is catchin up, im repeating myself, repeating myself.......:xeye:
look at the mongol horse bows. Jmho and s/fi!i have one bow. A pearson (i think) that is 58" and 45 pounds draw at 28". I draw around 30" so i guess the poundage is around 50+. I have owned this bow for over 45 years. Only thing i ever killed with it was a cardinal red bird. I need a string for it. Is the flemish twist a better string? And at 58" i am guessing i need a 54" string? I really need to get this bow running again. I shot it all the time as a kid.
I also had a browning take down i stupidly sold. I killed a deer with that bow. I wish i still had it. I would like to have a bow that draws around 40 pounds at 30". Any suggestions? I prefer recurves or maybe even a long bow. Compounds and crossbows don't do much for me.