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Shakes.602
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WELCOME to the TRADGANG FAMILY!! [wavey] I agree, some of the Indian/Asiatic Bows are some of the Most Beautiful Pieces of Lethal Artwork on the Planet!! [thumbsup] Glad to Have You with Us!! [campfire]

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Inder
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Thanks Guys,

I am already in love with the forum. Thanks for the warm welcome Don,Dean,jbat73- Nice Avatar

Danny Bows- Is that a Bama Bow in your Avatar?

Kentucky- Your state is becoming very famous in INDIA, not for the bows though but for fried chicken [Big Grin] , Thanks to colonel Sanders, now we can taste flavors of your state.

Bjorn – Sadly there is very little or no hunting in INDIA, it is been officially banned since last three decades and sadly I do not see any chance of revival. PETA types have taken over the country and now a whole generation’s mindset is anti-hunting, though recently government has started giving permits for Wild Boar and Neelgai but with loads of pre-conditions and bureaucratic hassles

Thanks Stujay, lpckohn2, jcar315,

Dodger – Yep that handle sound somewhat familiar [Big Grin] thanks for introducing me to all these fine folks

Thanks Lincoln, TJK68,

Killdeer - “Jeet” means victory in HINDI and Punjabi . My full name is Inderjeet Singh and yes “Bir” means brother in northern part of INDIA from where I come from.

So thanks from this “Bir” for welcoming me to the “ Bow Birhood”

Good hunting everyone.

-Inder

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Mudd
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Welcome to the family.

Enjoy your journey and keep us posted.

God bless,Mudd

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Trying to make a difference
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Welcome!

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If some animals are good at hunting and others are suitable for hunting, then the Gods must clearly smile on hunting.~Aristotle

..there's more fun in hunting with the handicap of the bow than there is in hunting with the sureness of the gun.~ F.Bear

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Easykeeper
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Hi Inder! [archer]
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Welcome! looking forward to hearing of your adventures in the world of archery.

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Welcome to the gang!

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Great to have you here on Tradgang. I hope that your stay in Texasis a good one.

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Welcome! [campfire]
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Welcome to TradGang !! Hope you enjoy your time in the States.
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shed hunter
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Welcome!

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BigJim thunderchild 56" 53# @ 28"
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bowslinger
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Welcome Inder! Every journey starts with a step, and a little money!

Not to put alot of pressure on you, but maybe, just maybe, you can be a founder of a modern day revolution by introducing as many people in India to archery. With enough voices, you may be able to gain a voice to be heard! Just sayin'!

Enjoy the journey!

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David lozzano
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Hello inder from Mexico!

Welcome to the Family. I love this place and I'm sure you will love it too.

David

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South MS Bowhunter
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Welcome from the South!

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Everything I have and have become is due to the Lord and his great mercy.

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beyondmyken
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Don't give up hope about bowhunting one day in India. As I recall,
an early Traditional Bowhunter had an article about archery in India. A prince was such as excellent shot that he put an arrow threw all 4 legs of a deer as it was leaping through the air.

I think the composite bows were used in ancient India.

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