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  1. Sage is a 62" bow.

    Sage is a 62" bow.
  2. Thread: Arrows?

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    check out Surewood Shafts Home Page...

    check out Surewood Shafts Home Page

    They're Douglas Fir but they cut the tree and make the shafts themselves.. Quality people to do business with..
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    Have fun.. oh yeah... happy birthday chris

    Have fun..

    oh yeah... happy birthday

    chris
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    Tell us about the wood arrows you're making. Any...

    Tell us about the wood arrows you're making. Any previous experience??

    I'm working on some Douglas Fir right now, trying to get through the "hot weather". Doing some experimenting on color...
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    Enjoy, it's sure provided me a lot of fun over...

    Enjoy, it's sure provided me a lot of fun over the years..
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    I had a chance to see/shoot a Sage the other day...

    I had a chance to see/shoot a Sage the other day and it was fine shooting bow for the money. Three rivers can set you up pretty quickly. Extra limbs are very reasonable too..

    Chris
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    Where you two guys located from N.W. Missouri?

    Where you two guys located from N.W. Missouri?
  8. Thread: Long bow

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    Usually the longer the bow the less it will...

    Usually the longer the bow the less it will "stack". Your draw length makes a difference too. Watch the design of the bow, recurves especially... Some have longer risers and shorter limbs.. usually...
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    Yep, get rid of the glasses...

    Yep, get rid of the glasses...
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    I shoot that way, both eyes open. Is it causing...

    I shoot that way, both eyes open. Is it causing you a problem?
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    Sounds like too much poundage from your...

    Sounds like too much poundage from your description. If your bow is a take-down you at least have the option of buying some 40# limbs and sell the other limbs or wait and see if you "grow" into...
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    What is the measured width of the Sage limbs at...

    What is the measured width of the Sage limbs at the point where the limb bolts on??
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    I thought about doing something like that...

    I thought about doing something like that myself.. Interested to hear how it works.
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    Have you shot these arrows yet?

    Have you shot these arrows yet?
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    You're correct, a matter of opinion.. 9-10...

    You're correct, a matter of opinion.. 9-10 grains per pound of bow weight is an old rule of thumb for hunting arrows. You're on the right track working the limbs slowly, gently. Increasing arrow...
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    Many times a person's draw will shorten with...

    Many times a person's draw will shorten with traditional equipment. If you already have some carbons in a .400 spine you can give them a try.. It takes practice, yes... but keep in mind that it's a...
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    How wide are bolt-end of the Samick limbs?? Also...

    How wide are bolt-end of the Samick limbs?? Also the measurement from center of the bolt-hole to end of limb.
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    The Grizzly is a good bow, it should provide you...

    The Grizzly is a good bow, it should provide you with years of service. If you have any questions just ask..
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    A factor concerning a 58" bow fitting you will be...

    A factor concerning a 58" bow fitting you will be your draw length. I would suggest shooting some different recurves before buying one, you will be much happier in the long run.
  20. Thread: Brace height

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    I use the Brace Height as a fine tune for my...

    I use the Brace Height as a fine tune for my arrow flight, primarily with Broadheads. It's always seemed to me that each bow/arrow/broadhead/Me combination has a sweet spot of optimum performance...
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    Welcome to the lure of Trad. Bowhunting.. Once...

    Welcome to the lure of Trad. Bowhunting.. Once into it you'll find it's even more... You can pay what you want for a bow, from less than $100 on up to $1500. It's not so much price but finding a...
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    Actually, the majority of the bow shops know...

    Actually, the majority of the bow shops know nothing about traditional archery and at the worst will pretend they know giving bad information. Check around the area that you live asking information...
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    Probably the easiest place to get a new string...

    Probably the easiest place to get a new string would be 3Rivers archery, they have a web site you can check out. On a recurve the string should be 3 inches shorter than the bow… 62" bow = 59"...
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    Sorry, I'm not familiar with these bows. What...

    Sorry, I'm not familiar with these bows. What kind of price does this bow have?
  25. I use B-50 on my older bows and it works fine. I...

    I use B-50 on my older bows and it works fine. I think 12-14 strands will work but I'd suggest a brace height closer to 7 1/2- 7 3/4 inches. Many times your draw will be shorter with a Traditional...
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