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    • Jason Baker
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      Just saying hello; my name is Jason Baker. Go by J, jake, whatnot. Newbie to the forum, not to trad bow. Been shooting trad for 20 odd yrs, still not worth a flip though! But I try.

      Not a lot of experience with different bows, I have two Schafer silvertip recurves. Both same specs everything except one is 62@28 and the other is 55@28 both 64″. But these are the only trad bows I have ever really messed with. Other than a zebra longbow I got to use on a squirrel hunt once.

      Look forward to reading the posts and learning a bit from y’all. 😀

      Thanks y’all,


      Trying to figure out how to add my location and all – but anyway I am in Eastern NC, Morehead city.

    • Stephen Graf
      Post count: 2361

      Nice to see another fellow from NC on here. Welcome!

      IMO, shooting the same bow for twenty years is the formula for being a good shot. Switching bows / arrows / etc. all the time is the best way to stay inconsistent.

    • paleoman
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      Welcome from the Great Lakes state of Michigan!

    • Steve Capps
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      Welcome aboard. Spent a few years in your neighborhood a long time ago. Got my first deer with a bow 1980 at Camp Lejeune.

    • Ptaylor
      Post count: 573

      Hello Jake!

    • Mark Turton
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      Hi Jake, welcome aboard lot’s of good people here with a wealth of experience and knowledge to help you along the way.


    • grumpygrumpy
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      Hi Jake.

    • RalphRalph
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      Hey Jake!!!!!

    • David CoulterDavid Coulter
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      Hi Jake,

      Welcome aboard. Enjoy your time here and feel free to post your stories. Love to read them. Sometimes the ones that got away make great tales.. or.. no tails = great tales. Looking forward to your posts. best, dwc

    • Murray
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      Welcome, Jake. Lots of knowledge here, just not from me. Sounds like your bows are some of the best there are. Maybe these experts can help your shooting.

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