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David McLendon
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Tall Tines recurve

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Lefties are the only ones who hold the bow in the right hand, and my fletching is about as left-wing as I get.

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beemann
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I have just sold everything off except for my widows. For me they feel like an old pair of gloves.
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mj seratt
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I have a vintage Super Grizzly that shoots as well as any bow I've handled. But I prefer the high riser weight of my Bob Lee recurves. I like the way they settle down arm movement.

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mjseratt

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mj seratt
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I have a vintage Super Grizzly that shoots as well as any bow I've handled. But I prefer the high riser weight of my Bob Lee recurves. I like the way they settle down arm movement.

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mjseratt

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Bob Stager
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My Silvertip recurve.
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Roadsnakes
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1970 64" - 41# - WING Gull.
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TradBrewSC
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Tall Tines Recurve 60" long riser
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Yooper-traveler
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Metal ILF riser. Bob Morrison limbs.

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Virtus Junxit Mors Non Separabit

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Car54
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Liberty Edge two pc. and my Pronghorn 3pc., they work for me.
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Bowhunter4life
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Widow T/D (PSA or PCH), or Thunderstick MOAB... They shoot better then I do, but when I do my part I actually hit what I’m looking at... [thumbsup]

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"Bowhunting isn't a hobby or a sport... It's a way of life!"

Quote: "Everything you read on the internet is the truth." -Abraham Lincoln

>>>-TGMM Family of the Bow--->

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Blueridge
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Widow PLX , always shoot good with that one.

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Isaiah 1:18-20 Come now let us reason together, says the Lord.

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GDPolk
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The one in my signature.

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Sarrels Sierra Mountain Longbow - 53.5lbs @ 29"
GT Traditional 5575 - 225gr up front for 22% FOC

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Cyclic-Rivers
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My answer is True...

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Relax,

You'll live longer!

Charlie Janssen

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Wisconsin Traditional Archers
Mohawk Hudson Traditional Archers
NY Bowhunters

>~TGMM~> <~Family~Of~The~Bow~<

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indianalongbowshooter
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56 in. Groves Mag I 53@28
My next is a ugly 3 pc. T/D made by the guy who made Zona bows back a few years ago, it must of been one of his 1st few bows as the fit finish is what I would call terrible, traded a 700.00 recurve for it, it came with 2 sets of limbs and kid said it was in excellent condition like new:)
In pics couldn't tell, well the bow is ugly as sin but its probably in the top 5 best shooting bows I've ever owned out of a lot of customs. Has good riser weight and hits where Im looking every time. The limbs are supposed to be like 57@28 and 70@28 but 57# limbs show 48@28 on my scale and 70# limbs are closer to 64#.

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dean/indianalongbowshooter

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RonD
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Beeler Tracker one piece longbow 44# at 25".
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