ralphs wrote: I came home to a house that was burglarized today. The guy came in the middle of the day got the guns and jewelry and some othe stuff. What got me was the way he set my archery equipment to the side and never took any of it. It was neatly left standing in a corner. On the bright side of this is the fact that I still have my bows….thank God!
Just now read this thread, first I’m sorry for your loss. If burglarized we feel violated
If you haven’t already you might get some good prints off your bows. They are a smooth surface & should take fingerprints well. You’ve probably thought of it or the Police have. Just a suggestion.