Vintage ArcherMemberFebruary 8, 2016 at 1:38 amPost count: 276
DR ED ASHBY PERSONAL BOW GIVE AWAY
Dr. Ed Ashby has graciously donated one of his personal bows in order to
promote continued interest in his studies and principals of heavy
arrows, weight forward arrows, and single bevel broadheads.
A simple contest has been established and open to all that demonstrated
through their writing they followed Dr. Ed’s principals regardless of
the brands of the single bevel broadheads incorporated or material of
the arrow used .IN OTHER WORDS YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE USING A TUFFHEAD TO
In order to participate all you have to do is write about your
experiences, trials and tribulations developing your Ashby style arrows
and or your hunting experiences and results using them.
All stories or essays following the guidelines will be eligible for the
For details about the bow and more details about the contest visit the
link listed below.
Vintage ArcherMemberMemberMarch 2, 2016 at 1:28 amPost count: 276
The story does not have to be about game you shot . It can be about the process you went through to achieve your arrow or why you have studied Dr Ashby writings and what part you adopted and why.
You story about the does you shot are great.:D Traditional archers should feel good about any kill as they are a accomplishment. Not many of us are lucky to kill P&Y trophies. Many years I wish I had taken
any deer. I personally went 5 years after picking up the traditional bow with out
killing a animal. There are always lean years the important thing is you are having fun! Just like you would have fun trying to pull the bow back:lol: On second thought…….LOL
MEAT IN THE FREEZER IS AN EXCELLENT TESTIMONY OF A GOOD ARROW .
LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR STORY
David CoulterMemberApril 7, 2016 at 1:19 pmPost count: 2261
I submitted my story this morning and when I went in to see how to submit I also saw that I missed the deadline by a week. Heck of a thing for an old (read that experienced ) news photographer to do! Anyway, the point is to share a story and I enjoyed putting it together. All the best to you, David
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