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- Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:02 pm
- Forum: Traditional Shoots and Events
- Topic: OSTA 2018
- Replies: 1
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Ohio Society of Traditional Archers has a new website and have posted the schedule. The new site is: www.ostatradarchers.com Schedule: OSTA Shoot Schedule 2018 Shoot Schedule OSTA Banquet March 4 Claylick Bowhunters Heath Fun Shoot April 7 - 8 Blackhoof Bowmen Jamestown, Ohio May 5 - 6 Ross County B...
I didn't realize there were that many countries that produced jaeger flintlocks. I guess I was thinking of a German some detail carving. I don't have that many tools. I have done some different types of carving in the past but I am wanting to do a little more detail. Nothing too fancy and I would pr...
I have been kicking around the Idea to build my own Jaeger flintlock. I am not sure if I should buy a kit of piece one together. I Really don't know much on muzzleloading manufacturers unless it is the inline companies. There is only a few things I know I am looking for in the setup: jaeger style ri...
If you are using a helical twist, then yes it will make a large difference. I usually big game hunt with straight fletch. It has a little angle to it to help the arrow to rotate in order to counter archer's paradox. It is a lot quieter arrow also look at the height and profile of the feather.
- Thu Jan 02, 2014 10:27 pm
- Forum: TradRag Den - General Discussion
- Topic: Are hunting shows hurting hunting?
- Replies: 8
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I believe they are in more ways than one. Not many of them let the viewers know how many hours they had to sit before they shoot an animal. A lot of them are killing monsters. It seems to be that they want to make a statement to only hunt for big "Trophy class" animals. Even if you watch the upland ...
- Tue Dec 24, 2013 3:00 pm
- Forum: Traditional Archery
- Topic: WHAT IS YOUR GO TOO BOW?
- Replies: 37
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Striker bows TDL 50 # @28" With ash shafts I make and 160 gn. grizzlies. That is definitely my preferred go to bow and set up. It covers me from squirrel to deer here in ohio.