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Postby savingyour6 » Fri Feb 18, 2011 11:24 pm

hey i wanna get into traditional bow shooting. even my wife has showed interest in shooting a traditional bow. any ideas on bows and arrows.... not looking for too much just something to get started ya know.....
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Re: Traditional Bow

Postby Ladybowhunter » Sat Feb 19, 2011 12:35 pm

Try e-bay..or your local shops for some good used bows...shops will help you out on draws and poundage and set you up right...good luck... Teresa
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Re: Traditional Bow

Postby savvyninja » Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:27 pm

You're best off getting an entry level longbow. This site has a wide selection of traditional archery equipment.
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Re: Traditional Bow

Postby adaye » Wed Feb 22, 2012 8:38 pm

There is a couple sites you can find trad equipment for sale. I personally have bought two recurves off of stickbow . com.

To start the important thing is to not over bow yourself. If you draw 65lb with the compound then I would suggest a recurve/longbow in the 40 to 45lb range. No higher, trust me.

You want to be able to build solid form, release and follow thru. You don't want the weight of the bow on your mind while trying to build solid form with traditional. Trust me, even if your a accomplished compound shooter with years behind the string. If your overbowed all you will noticed during your practice is the screaming in your head to let go of the string.

Pick up a DVD or two. Masters of the Bare Bow is well worth it. And Google traditional achery and you will find a wealth of info. Good Luck. Its addicting as hell.
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Re: Traditional Bow

Postby Mark59 » Tue Feb 28, 2012 3:01 pm

A PSE longbow is a good one to learn on. It's what I got my son for Xmas when he first started getting interested in hunting and archery

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Re: Traditional Bow

Postby applec » Thu Mar 13, 2014 3:47 am

The 3g 4g jammeryou can find more details at jammerall.com
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