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straitera
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Woods are more personal. Glad I switched. Killer arrows above! Not fair Snag. Beauts.

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d. ward
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I have tested a few wood arrows over the years and still love em bd  -
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Green
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ASL's, Selfbows, and Wood Arra's
Just because you are passionate about something, doesn't mean you don't suck at it.

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Bjorn
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I love to see those beauties with the cool cresting, someday I'll havta' learn to do that.......................and poetry too! [thumbsup] [thumbsup]
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Zradix
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I REALLY LIKE THOSE GREEN!

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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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SELFBOW19953
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Here is an old King quiver with some Ben Pearson arrows in it. There are subtle differences in the arrows. Some have white nocks and darker blue paint-those are my copies to use in my Pearson Bushmaster TD.

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I even used old Pearson nocks that I took from some broken arrows I got when buying bunches of arrows.

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The paint is off a bit, the feathers are a bit taller, and the shafts are douglas fir from Surewood, not POC.

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Oh, and I didn't even try to add the Pearson logo.

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SELFBOW19953
USAF Retired (1971-1991)
"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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jamesh76
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I love threads like this. Will try and get pictures of mine up.

Nice looking arrows guys.

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cahaba
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I just got into woodies. I have 3 dozen Surewoods ready to be crafted. I love wooden arras best of all. Them some beautiful arras yall!

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cahaba: A Choctaw word that means
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todd smith
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Nice, reminds me of my days of earning a living building wood arrows. Well, part of a living...

I'll see about posting some pics.

This post is like reading an "Archery" magazine from the 1950's.

Good idea Rob!

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Thanks to you Rob, your how-to guide got me to finally make some arrows of my own. My father and I made our first 5 last weekend. Had some fun and put a "twist" of our own on them [Razz] .
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Mike/Columbia Basin
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BD, now I know why you like the rock shoot, so you can get your Cedar fix.
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PaddyMac
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That spiral stain is really kewl, Chris. [thumbsup]

I'm going to try wood right after the late seasons (if nec.).

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Pat McGann

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Bob Lee Signature T/D recurve, 55#
Howatt Palomar recurve (69"), 40#

"If you leave archery for one day, it will leave you for 10 days." --Turkish proverb

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coaster500
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Snag's almost made me a convert [Smile]

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straitera
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Made the knife only. Bought arrows from another TG'er. Too nice to shoot.

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mudfish
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you guys do some awesome work. here's a batch I just made, ready to go crashing through the trees out at the range

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