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Rustic
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Been awhile since I have posted any pics but I got my 1st Robin Hood. Not bad for a 63 yr old, thought I'd share with TG:

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PV Longbow 48#@28"
Bear Grizzly Recurve 45#@28"
Darton Trailmaster Recurve 35#@28"

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rraming
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There goes $10
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JNewton
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quote:
Originally posted by rraming:
There goes $10

[Big Grin]


Hey, I'm 62 now...... Will I be able to do that next year??? [Confused] [archer2]

Good Shootin'!!!

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Jimmie
A transplanted Okie living in Sandy, OR

Jim Brackenbury Drifter T/D Recurve 59#

OMP Ozark Hunter Longbow 50#

A cheap fiberglass recurve from a garage sale, that actually shoots pretty good (30#?)

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Bisch
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The first one is really cool, and should be saved to hang in the man cave. After that first one though, it’s just $$$ in the trash can!

Great shooting!

Bisch

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Lechwe
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quote:
Originally posted by Bisch:
The first one is really cool, and should be saved to hang in the man cave. After that first one though, it’s just $$$ in the trash can!

Great shooting!

Bisch

This!
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Wild Bill MCP 808
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Well congrats glad you did it!

Bill

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Friend
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CONGRATS!...My personal best was hooding two bare shafts.

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Alexander Traditional
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They cost,but they are neat. Congratulations!
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Bldtrailer
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Look up footing you can save some future arrows by adding some front and back
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As we get older our bow weight goes down and our body weight goes up, One of Lifes little jokes.
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stevem
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pretty cool. I got my first robinhood at about age 57 not long after I switched to carbons. Then a year later another one. Hopefully I am done!
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Cyclic-Rivers
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Congrats but from here out you better shoot at different spots on the target

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Relax,

You'll live longer!

Charlie Janssen

PBS Associate Member
Wisconsin Traditional Archers
Mohawk Hudson Traditional Archers
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D. Key
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Bitter sweet for sure. I've had a few in my lifetime and loved each one of them.

Dan Toelke had a triple once with three consecutive arrows, I believe. Now that was a 1 in a billion.

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"Pick-A-Spot"

Doug Key

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Steve Jr
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Very cool

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Steve Jr

3 PC Pronghorn 58"-#49-@26"
Stalker Coyote FXT LB 58" & 48#@26"
Compton Traditional Bowhunters
Michigan Longbow Association

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KOOK68
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At least you have something to show for it. I've split 2 arrows, and neither stuck.
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