Archery

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  1. Rolfe

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    After watching an episode of Mick Dodge, my son and I decided we were going to get some primitive bows and conquer the forest. This impressive video has taken the wind out of my sails. :eek:
     
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    Aerobic archery. We packed 25-35# recurves everywhere we went as kids. As an adult I've killed several deer with an XI compound equipped w/overdraw set @ 80#. Never did run one down though, always had to climb a tree, sit real quiet, and ambush em' when they come along.... :)
     
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    Michael Moore would call you a coward!;)
     
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    ...heheh, well, climbing a tree in the dark hour before daylight ain't exactly for the faint-hearted; for that matter coming down out of one in the dark ain't either.

    Sure is an experience watching God 'turn on the light' at dawn though.
     
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    My Paternal Grandfather taught me three things: Fotboll, furniture-making, and the longbow. I brought one of his bows with me when I emigrated. Still have it in my den.
     
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    Did that for a few years on my Maternal Grandfather's land. Those autumn mornings are good memories.
     
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    He’d been a good friend to have around during a mid-evil skirmish.
     

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