from grandpa

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from grandpa

Postby bubba68 » Mon May 27, 2013 2:17 pm

my grandfather started teaching me to shoot traditional long bows on the 70's. when he passed in 86 everything stayed in his basement work shop for years. when gma passed my dad did not take anything from the home. my siblings and i were allowed to take what we wanted. I was able to obtain his archery collection. In haste I took everything I saw and piled the collection in my truck. I was asked by brother for one bow and some arrows in looking at the collection I have found lots of bows my dad said grandpa had made, some purchased (older Bear bows) and some he had traded for. In this collection is two bows I have yet been able to id. ther are flat bows one about 5' and the other 6'. Any help would greatly be appreciated.
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