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Rob DiStefano
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welcome to all! [wavey]

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Thought I'd say hello. My first post, I've been shooting a Bear Grizzly 60# for a lot of years and have shot nothing but traditional bows. The 60# wears me down pretty quick now so I've decided to build a bow. Found the build along for the pyramid bow and will attempt it. Should be fun.
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newbie here glad i was referred to this site, seem like a bunch of awesome people with a ton of respect for traditional archery.

Great article!

Ariel

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quote:
Originally posted by Grittybow:
newbie here glad i was referred to this site, seem like a bunch of awesome people with a ton of respect for traditional archery.

Great article!

Ariel

Welcome! I'm not far from you. Any questions, feel free to PM me any time.

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I'm left eye dominate, but have been shooting right hand for 51 years. As long as you blink the left eye, this gives the right eye A chance to take over....if you shoot enough and stick with it, it works.

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Is there a forum for arrow making? If there is I can't find it and I don't want to post stuff in the wrong forum.
Maybe video instructional?

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quote:
Originally posted by frank4570:
Is there a forum for arrow making? If there is I can't find it and I don't want to post stuff in the wrong forum.
Maybe video instructional?

guess that somehow you missed seeing the "how to - resources" forum. [Wink]

http://tradgang.com/noncgi/ultimatebb.php?ubb=forum;f=2

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Ah, it was under archives. I sometimes need a push in the right direction. That should keep me busy for a while. Thanks.
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quote:
Originally posted by frank4570:
Ah, it was under archives. I sometimes need a push in the right direction. That should keep me busy for a while. Thanks.

glad to help out! [campfire]

please don't hesitate to seek help, ask questions, share your crafting on the powwow forum or elsewhere. also, pm or email directly to me if need be! enjoy! [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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Hello,

I'm new to the forum, although I have been reading a lot of posts prior to joining up. Impressed with the amount of information and experience here. I look forward to picking your brains and learning all I can. I was a compound shooter, picked up my first long bow and fell in love with it. Now, I don't find myself going back anytime soon.

Bramos

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