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Rob DiStefano
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some really cool woodie images - might hafta do a slide show .... [Smile]

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Huntingnut
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Some plain jane hunting arras I made for this season.Bloodied one of 'em this week in fact on a coon raiding my birdfeeder.
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Blaino
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i havn't ever shot a wood arrow. i'm going to have to see what the fuss is all about. one thing is for sure, they are the best lookin!!

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"It's not the trophy ,but the race. It's not the quarry ,but the chase."

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WhiteOaks
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Can't touch some of the true artists here but I like to try.

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A world of opportunities awaits upwind but nothing waits downwind.

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SELFBOW19953
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Lot of great looking arrows here, from the functional hunting arrow to the "just too purdy to shoot" arrow. Nothing against the manmade shafts, but it doesn't get any better than wood!!! You can stain 'em, paint 'em, put designs on 'em-making them truly as custom as you want.

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SELFBOW19953
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"Somehow, I feel that arrows made of wood are more in keeping with the spirit of old-time archery and require more of the archer himself than a more modern arrow." Howard Hill from "Hunting The Hard Way"

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Cyclic-Rivers
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Here are the one's I'm still breaking! [thumbsup]

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Relax,

You'll live longer!

Charlie Janssen

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That Mr. LaClair is quite the poet... Wonderful combos here... This is good timing, as Im getting ready to have Paul Jalong build me a dozen nock tapered cedars....

Keepem comin

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bentpole
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Nothing like the quiet sound of a wood arrow when you drop your string. [archer] I love'um Cedars, Sitka Spruce and my favorite Dougie Fir! [thumbsup] [archer2] [goldtooth]
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Ben Maher
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awesome ! [clapper]

slide show ... ! [Smile]
slide show ... !! [Smile]
slide show ... !!! [Smile]

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JohnnyWayne
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Very cool arrows fellas [Smile]

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ron w
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WOOD IS GOOD,smells right, silent when they are in a back quiver, smells good when you break them, WOOD IS GOOD! Oh yea....pretty also!

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In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities. In the expert's there are few...So the most difficult thing is always to keep your beginner's mind...This is also the real secret of the arts: always be a beginner. Shunryu Suzuki

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Bud B.
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quote:
Originally posted by bentpole:
Nothing like the quiet sound of a wood arrow when you drop your string. [archer] I love'um Cedars, Sitka Spruce and my favorite Dougie Fir! [thumbsup] [archer2] [goldtooth]

Haa Haa! Gives an all new concept of "Doin' the Dougie."

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"You can learn more about deer hunting with a bow and arrow in a week, than a gun hunter might learn all his life." ----- Fred Bear

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Bud B.
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Some arrows for my nephews. 1/4" shafts.

They zip out of the Maddog Pup longbow.

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"You can learn more about deer hunting with a bow and arrow in a week, than a gun hunter might learn all his life." ----- Fred Bear

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Shedrock
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Short and sweet, "Wood arrows rule!"

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and Life member of Bowhunters Of Wyoming

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Ray_G
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Chartreuse fletch is a tapered Hexshaft and orange is a barrel tapered Superceder

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Some pine shafts (a dozen of each combo) that I built for a deserving buddy [thumbsup] [wavey]

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Wood is good!

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Sunset Hill 64" 54# @ 26" "Destiny"

B.H.A.

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