Everyone please note the deep channel where arrow shelf meets limb, to provide both minimal surface contact with the arrow and also allow for free passage of the 5 o’clock feather. This is such a logical design that I’m surprised bowyers didn’t lock onto it centuries ago. I have a special interest in this bow because I have its twin from the same part of the same tree, though upside down to this one insofar as the snake is on the bottom rather than top limb. Smooth, quiet as a Shrew, sweet bow. Alas, just when I finally am shooting quite well with new bow and arrows I’ve been experimenting on all summer, I learned today that I’m going to have to change arrows and abandon Sitka spruce. But more on that in the proper thread. Okay Clay, let’s get some blood on these twin beauties this fall!
Reply To: 2013 hunting rigsDavid Petersen2016-12-31T21:40:55-07:00