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    FOR SALE Hummingbird Kingfisher Recurve 62" RH draw 51# @ 28"

    Hello all, I am selling my Hummingbird Kingfisher Recurve 62" RH draw 51# @ 28" for $650. These bows are currently selling for $975 off of their website. Cocobolo riser, curly maple backed and kingwood faced. Absolutely beautiful bow. I have had this bow for several years but it has only...
  2. Jackalope

    The REAL advantage of traditional hunting.

    It's the season where the trad archery forums are full of distraught traditional shooters who can't get their form correct or have some sort of shooting issue. They laid out a lot of money for their crafted marvels of laminated wood, modern steel broadheads, machine turned cedar shafts...
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    Advantages of Traditional Hunting

    It's the season where the archery forums are full of distraught compound shooters who can't get their bows tuned or have some sort of equipment failure. They laid out well over a grand on their setups and are faced with either running to the proshop or buying an expensive press to work on their...
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    Traditional Hunting this year?

    Who is going to join me this year?. I am hoping that Doegirl will at least try and go out with her longbow this deer season and she is certainly going to try a hog from a blind next month. Aside from us... Who is in?.
  5. Bowhunter57

    Traditional Expo in Kalamazoo

    It's getting close for time of this Traditional Expo, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, so I thought I'd better post this one up. I've been to it before and it's well worth the drive. There's been a year or two that I've missed it, due to crappy weather. I've met Fred Asbell, Gene and Barry Wensel and...
  6. Big H

    WTB Looking to buy a Traditional Bow

    Anyone looking to sell a decent recurve?
  7. Buckrun

    Ok lets see the traditional archery collections.

    I thought I'd start off with a couple bows and something else I am very proud of. I don't know if I really have any bows that are that great. But I do have a few neat ones. The first is a Bear Grizzly. It was made in the 50's I think. I was told this bow almost put Bear out of business. So...