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I had some guns that were just collecting dust...so I sold a couple and ordered a new longbow. Randy Madden will be building this one and I should have it around the first of deer season. You know it's bad when you start selling guns to buy bows!!
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NO, that's not bad! That's good! You are finally getting things all straightened out and your priorities in the proper order!!!

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I see it as a win win!!
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I sold a couple of guns to fund the purchase of both of my Grizzly recurves. Wasn't using the guns but I'm darn sure using the bows. Daily.

I see it as a win brother.

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Old 07-03-2017, 06:41 AM   #6
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Haha!! Yeah I probably need to part with a few more. When I hunt with a gun I end up using guns that were passed on to me from family. I've picked up quite a few over the years that don't have any sentimental value, and just sit in the safe. I shoot a bow every day, and have guns I haven't shot in years. So it makes sense!!
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I have a couple guns I don't shoot but I keep for sentimental reasons. The rest though I deal out death with on a regular basis. I thinned that herd a couple years ago when I realized that when I die my wife would sell them for much less than their real value.

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Excellent food for thought - think I'll go open the gun cabinet right now - hmmm
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Old 07-03-2017, 11:12 AM   #9
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As long as they did not hold any real value to you, then it's re-investing.
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Old 07-03-2017, 09:12 PM   #10
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I got rid of just about all of the guns that aren't "family" guns. Only a few of the family guns ever get used, but I have 9 grand kids that I hope to spread them around to. I sold several bows that I wasn't using recently and then bought a dual shelf Thunderbird so the heir that gets it can shoot whether they shoot left or right.
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I got rid of just about all of the guns that aren't "family" guns. Only a few of the family guns ever get used, but I have 9 grand kids that I hope to spread them around to. I sold several bows that I wasn't using recently and then bought a dual shelf Thunderbird so the heir that gets it can shoot whether they shoot left or right.
That's probably what I'll do eventually. I bought guns all my life when I had a little extra cash. Then I had a Great Uncle pass and he left me several, then my Dad passed and I got several of his, and now one of my friends is probably about to lose his battle with cancer and he recently gave me several more. I plan to keep those guns that I've inherited forever, and when I hunt I use one of my Dad's normally. All these that I've bought just seem to take up space now.
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I agree. I had guns I hadn't shot in years as well. I actually sold a couole to fund a nicer shotgun. I'll always keep a .22 rifle, a deer rifle and some PDWs around but I'm no longer interested in going to the range and wasting ammo. I have one left I'm on the fence on. But it's a helluva shooter and I take it out now and then when I'm after a big pig or a freezing hunt in Missouri.

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I'm the same way about shooting. I shoot the guns I carry at work a lot but other than that I spend the days shooting arrows now!!
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Old 07-04-2017, 09:30 AM   #14
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Here's a little sneak peak of the wood combo.


And I have a rack off a small buck that my dad killed years ago that has been hanging on his back porch for years. I'm gonna send it to Randy and have the tip overlays made from it.


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Very nice congrats.

In 2008 I went bow only and sold all my guns except the ones that had some personal meaning. I don't even own a gun right now I can hunt with unless it's squirrels or maybe rabbits (.22 and .410). So I can relate to selling guns for bows .
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Old 07-04-2017, 10:34 AM   #17
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Thanks y'all!! It'll be a 64'' 3pc take down, and we're shooting for 48@29.
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Why so light?

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That's not all that light, unless you are a guy like Buff or Chunky! All of my hunting bows are between 48 and 50, and there are only a handful of critters that I would not feel confident hunting with my bows!

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So they don't go as far when I miss. If I had a 60 lb bow I'd never find my arrows.
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1) I personally have killed several critters at that exact draw weight.

2) I know several people who kill stuff within +/- 2# of that draw weight..

3) Very few would call that "so light" unless they were just messing around with the fella.

4) I can't tell if you were just joking around, so I appologize for my very intentional snarkiness if you were.

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So they don't go as far when I miss. If I had a 60 lb bow I'd never find my arrows.
Hadn't thought of that!

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1) I personally have killed several critters at that exact draw weight.

2) I know several people who kill stuff within +/- 2# of that draw weight..

3) Very few would call that "so light" unless they were just messing around with the fella.

4) I can't tell if you were just joking around, so I appologize for my very intentional snarkiness if you were.

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My bow is 50ish at my DL. As busted up as an am I think that's probably all I can handle. I've been hoping to build stronger. I just figured he's younger and stouter than I so he's got a reason to go that weight and I thought I'd ask why.

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Old 07-04-2017, 02:34 PM   #25
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Food for thought.....
1. a 60# bow with an arrow at 9gpp and a 48# bow with an arrow at 9gpp will shoot almost exactly the same speed. I say almost exactly because there is always an exact point of proficiency in every design.
2. 48 @29 is better than 48@ 28!
3. I did the 1-3 because I thought it was cool when
Scott did it! Lol!!!!
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My bow is 50ish at my DL. As busted up as an am I think that's probably all I can handle. I've been hoping to build stronger. I just figured he's younger and stouter than I so he's got a reason to go that weight and I thought I'd ask why.

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Honestly I picked 48 because it's hard to get them exact. I ordered my Widow 50@29 and it came in 49@29, which is fine. They will get you within 2 lbs without paying extra, if you want it within 1 pound, or exact you have to pay a little extra. So I picked 48 because I know Randy can get it between 46-50, and anywhere in there will be good for what I hunt. I'm sure I could shoot a heavier bow, but I don't know how much I could shoot it and I shoot a lot. Sometimes on my days off I'll shoot until I get tired, rest a few minutes and grab the bow again. I have 2 critters I really want to kill, and that's an elk and a black bear. I'd feel good about hunting either one with a 48 lb bow at my DL with a well tuned arrow and a sharp broadhead, so I just kinda mixed comfort and functionality I guess. Lots of folks think anything less than 50 is light for elk, but there's a thread on Tradgang with kill pics from bows 45 and under, and there's some BIG critters in there!! And the cool thing about takedowns is, with my Widow or this bow Randy is building me either one I could always order heavier limbs if I wanted to shoot something bigger.
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Old 07-04-2017, 02:55 PM   #27
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Elk are tough. There are those who will argue that a .223 is enough gun for them. I shot one twice through the chest with a 30.06. Bullets impacted less than 3 inches apart. One got heart and one missed the heart. I dropped him with a third shot to the hip as he was running UP the mountain.

That said I just like my arrow on the ground after it goes through the animal. I want to shoot as heavy as I can accuracy and physically without tearing me up.

I might hunt elk at 50lbs but I wouldn't shoot past twenty yards and expect a pass though.

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Well... I wouldn't have lost 50# walking thousands of miles if I didn't have confidence that you can kill an elk with a 48# bow.

I am not getting into shape to just pack out a rabbit

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Hey, round is a shape.

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I had some guns that were just collecting dust...so I sold a couple and ordered a new longbow. Randy Madden will be building this one and I should have it around the first of deer season. You know it's bad when you start selling guns to buy bows!!
I too have sold off alot of my guns....I much prefer to fling arrows instead of a gun range trip, then the cleaning sessions that follow not to mention the expense of the ammo! Good thing about archery is once you buy the initial investment.... maintaining the sport cost very minimal dollars each year.
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I too have sold off alot of my guns....I much prefer to fling arrows instead of a gun range trip, then the cleaning sessions that follow not to mention the expense of the ammo! Good thing about archery is once you buy the initial investment.... maintaining the sport cost very minimal dollars each year.
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Not naming names but you're on here a lot. Having witnessed more than a few shooters who are overbowed I'm a firm believer that most could loose 10% in poundage and increase their ability to control their shot and still kill the same critters, perhaps even better due to the ability to place an arrow in the spot easier.
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I had some guns that were just collecting dust...so I sold a couple and ordered a new longbow. Randy Madden will be building this one and I should have it around the first of deer season. You know it's bad when you start selling guns to buy bows!!
LMAO! I think you have an addiction when...
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I've got a safe full of guns that I seldom shoot, but none of them are for sale. I also have 15-20 trad bows and none of them are for sale. Some of the bows are too heavy for me now, but selling them would be like dumping an old friend.
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Not naming names but you're on here a lot. Having witnessed more than a few shooters who are overbowed I'm a firm believer that most could loose 10% in poundage and increase their ability to control their shot and still kill the same critters, perhaps even better due to the ability to place an arrow in the spot easier.


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I agree that some may be over bowed. And I'm heading up through Missouri in September to take a deer stand up to my place. On In the way I plan to go by Black Widow and shoot a few bows and, unless I find I just don't like them, order a PSR. The draw weight question is weighing hard on me. (Pun intended) Ryan made a good point about what he will be hunting with his new stick. I appreciate him sharing his decision making process.

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LOL my hunting bows are 46 AND 41 POUNDS.
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Beautiful wood choice!!!! Can't wait to see finished bow!!
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Beautiful wood choice!!!! Can't wait to see finished bow!!
Does look very intriguing.

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That's going to be a sweet looking and shooting bow!
No trouble killing an elk with that bow at your draw length.
Heck I kill this one with a 47# Longbow at my 26" draw......



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That wood combo looks terrific.
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Randy's back from vacation and working on my riser today...tic toc...won't be long now!!
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I had some guns that were just collecting dust...so I sold a couple and ordered a new longbow. Randy Madden will be building this one and I should have it around the first of deer season. You know it's bad when you start selling guns to buy bows!!
Shoot man....I feel ya....I have a rifle in the classifieds right now and for the same reason.
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Now that you know he has started, the days will drag by. On the good news, at least you will not have to tote that 2 ton widow through the woods. LOL Kidding!!
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Now that you know he has started, the days will drag by. On the good news, at least you will not have to tote that 2 ton widow through the woods. LOL Kidding!!
LOL!! I may have to carry them both!!
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gorgeous wood for that new bow
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I wish!! But he's working on it today too. It won't be long...but it'll feel like forever I'm sure. That's the only bad thing about custom bows. Waiting on them to be built.
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