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RIng
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I am very selective on the bows I shoot . I have owned and or shot almost all the top bowers bows . I bought a 56" TD Pika from Dans' stock bow list . 40# at 28" and I pule 28" . The more I shoot this bow the more I like it . I have been shooting the last 2 days with a young man who I seat up with a long bow . I am enjoying this bow a lot . The workmanship and forgiveness of this bow is fantastic . After 2 week of shooting the bow I am very happy with it and it is my go too bow . thank you Dan
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threeundr
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You can't go wrong with one of Dan's bows. They are all top notch in my opinion.


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nineworlds9
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Pika is one of the top hunting bows currently available IMHO. Can't beat Dan's short wait time.

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mikolay87
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The pika is my go to and favorite bow I own

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58" Toelke Chinook 50@28
56" Toelke Lynx Recurve 50,46,54@27
54" Toelke Pika 52@28
64" Toelke Lynx Longbow 38,47,51@27
56" Big Jim Thunderchild 46@27
56" Toelke Pika 51@29
60" Habu Vyperkahn 53@29

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Elkchaser
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quote:
Originally posted by nineworlds9:
Pika is one of the top hunting bows currently available IMHO. Can't beat Dan's short wait time.

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Toelke Lynx RC 58", 51# @ 28"
Toelke Pika TD 56", 51# @ 28"

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chase perry
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Good news! I bought my daughter and a friend’s son Dan’s last two right-handed tadpoles for Christmas. I spent some time visiting with Dan on the phone about what I shoot, and had ordered a Pika prior to hanging up. Can’t wait to get this bow in hand! Texas Ebony riser and Myrtle Veneers; should be pretty. Glad you’re enjoying your bow.

Take care, Chase

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the rifleman
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Just got a 56" PIKA. Its 36# at my draw length. As others have said it handles like a 62" bow. It is fast and just as quiet as my two Whips. This is my third Toelke. Great bows and Dan is a great guy who goes well above and beyond! Cant wait for the 3D shoots!!
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longrifle
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I have a used but new to me Pika coming my way, they almost look like a toy but , are pure killing machines.

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the rifleman
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Ring, just curious what arrows, spine, point weight , and length tune for you out of your 40#PIKA.
Longrifle, you're gonna really like your new bow!

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snakebit40
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I got a Pika back in August and love it! Great little bows. Mine is 56" 54@28 and I draw 28".

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Isaiah 6:8 Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?”
And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”.
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Schafer Silvertip 54@28
Toelke Pika 54@28

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RIng
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I am shooting GT blems 1535 ( 600 ) 28 1/2 " light insert and 125 gr. point .I think they are about 400 gr. I don't like a lot of arrow out past my hand . 500 would have to be longer and have heave points and inserts .
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the rifleman
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I got full length cx predator iis in 800 spine with 100 grains up front to tune beautifully with my Pika. These are for 3d. Beman mfx 600s w 200 up front tune well for hunting. Thanks for the info!
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