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Thread: arrow length

  1. #11
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    Re: arrow length

    Outsyder I also have a recurve that I hope to start to use again do you hunt with yours.

  2. #12
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    Re: arrow length

    I shoot a little longer of an arrow to keep within my spine for my setup and I prefer my arrows heavier. It's not just all about speed. I also prefer to have the arrow out beyond the grip so there is zero chance of catching a finger (not that it should ever happen but I'd rather not find out)

  3. #13
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    Re: arrow length

    Quote Originally Posted by ghost View Post
    When I lived on the coast I chronographed it at the poco range it was quite a while ago and for some reason 250 feet per second sticks in my head ,I could be wrong.Do you know of a good archery shop in in the Kamloops area.Would like to tune the bow it has been quite a while since I have used it. Thanks for your insight and knowledge.
    There was a fellow that had an archery shop in Kamloops pre WSS. The arrival of WSS shuttered his business and the one out my way went out for a couple of reasons.
    The nearest dedicated shop to Kamloops would be Hardcore Archery in Kelowna. They were a sponser on here, not sure if they are now.
    http://hardcorearchery.ca/proshop/Home.html
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  4. #14
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    Re: arrow length

    Quote Originally Posted by ghost View Post
    Outsyder I also have a recurve that I hope to start to use again do you hunt with yours.
    Yes I do.......well, I walk around the woods and hide behind trees and burlap with it!

    One stringers I can help you with........actually thinking about getting set up and re-learning about compounds to do it, seeing as most archery stuff in Kamloops somehow ends up my way, especially now we're back at the club and taking the chair again!
    Marc. B

    Outsyder Traditional Custom Bowstrings.

    Hardcore One-stringer

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