Glad the bows will make it there. I am one of the fellows working on the arrow crafting segment for the kids. They'll be making an arrow of their own, and if they want they can shoot it at the shoot. But I think we're kinda hoping there will be an arrow supply there so they do not have to use their individual crafted arrow if they do not want to.
Great to see such a good sized group of folks working together like you Tennessee folks do. Kinda inspiring!
-------------------- Brian - aka "Big Sexy" Compton Traditional Bowhunters - Lifetime Member
Proud father of LCpl JM Lance USMC Posts: 1303 | From: Marion Illinois | Registered: Sep 2009
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I think my fall improved my health (and outlook). Like I said, I felt better after the fall than before it. No soreness or nothing.
Along with the bows there are 3 nice PVC cannisters (made by Kiva and Stanley, thankyou very much) that hold quite a few arrows (maybe 100 count) from Don Wilson (more thanks), I think. Some are nice wooden arrows with feather fletching, some are fiberglass but good).
I am not sure of the bow count (have not looked yet). I will post tomorrow or tonight with that answer.
Grant and I are meeting up next week to pass the equipment to him to get to the shoot.
I will be driving past the location of the shoot this weekend. Heading down for some Mississippi Mardi Gras parades...jealous?
-------------------- Bob Brundage Clarksville, TN Posts: 473 | From: Clarksville, TN | Registered: Jan 2004
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Jake that sounds awesome, thanks. Unfortunately I won't be able to make it. I'll be working this weekend. But there will be a few guys there for the kids event. It will only last a couple or three hours and should be pretty simple. I'm sure they would appreciate any help at all!.