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I have several Bows, two Camp Vests and several dozen Wool Coups Caps in stock, as well as most of our other gear. PM or call. I will be listing some items in the classifieds soon as i re-figure the picture thing.
Thank you,
Chuck
ps. I have been away from the Gang for a while, so you may not know that I have a new website. It is not 100% up to date, but I am working on it.
Check it out.
https://twotracksoutdoors.com/ )

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Great to see you Chuck!!
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Thanks Tony

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I just looked up your caps. Can you tell me what felted wool is? How does it compare to real wool. If it gets wet does it hold heat in?

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Do you still make your string silencers?

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quote:
Originally posted by Yumi-75:
I just looked up your caps. Can you tell me what felted wool is? How does it compare to real wool. If it gets wet does it hold heat in?

Our Caps are 100% wool that we raise on our Farm.
Felting is the process used to make the material. It is layered up to create a solid mass of wool, that will not snag, come un raveled or tear. It is very thick and durable. It still acts like wool, because it is wool, but most find that it is softer and not as itchy, and it will generally be more wind resistant, because of the nature of the felting process.

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JT85, We sure do.

https://twotracksoutdoors.com/products/string-scallops-string-silencers

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Man

That ogema looks sweet. Good to see you active again Chuck

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Two Tracks "Scallops" are the best!

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Great to see you back Chuck!

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Chuck I'm going to check out the hats when I get a minute. I just wanted to say Thanks again for the Echo. Every time I shoot it I like it a little more. It's a great bow.
Buy from Chuck with confidence guys.

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Chucks hats are great. I wear one every fall. Don't worry about "felting". He does a great job and, if I am correct, all wool or hair hats (like fedoras etc) are and have been "felted" or similar for years and years. They hold up well.

Thanks Chuck

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Bought the hat last year - became my all time favorite immediately!

And all my shoes/boots have the wool insoles.

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Too warm around here for the wool hat, but, the scallops are good ANYWHERE!

Will be in touch for some more scallops, Chuck.

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Those scallops are the best string silencer.

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