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Newish to archery

Postby avidangler » Mon Sep 19, 2016 9:19 am

I recently got my hunting license and I'm interested in using a recurve bow to hunt small game this fall, mainly Grouse but i'm also interested in trying rabbit. I'm leaning toward buying the Fleetwood 62" Sage Takedown Bow with a RH 45 lb draw as it is a relatively inexpensive bow with great reviews. It's been a long time since I've handled a bow so it's obviously going to be a learning curve and take quite a bit of practice to get my shots to where I want them. I'm looking for any advice or experiences with this or other bows and what arrow or arrow heads you prefer for small game. Any knowledge would be appreciated, thanks.
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Re: Newish to archery

Postby jona38 » Mon Sep 19, 2016 12:40 pm

I have everything you are looking for that i would sell as a kit if your interested. Bow is a Hoyt Gamemaster 2 in camo. I'll give you a list of what i have if you're actually interested. I'd also show you everything i know about recurve shooting. Text me if you're intersted. Jon. 613 433 661six.
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