Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall


2018 IBO Traditional World Championship

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Bownana 20-Apr-18
JRW 20-Apr-18
Tal McNeill 20-Apr-18
Bownana 20-Apr-18
Clydebow 20-Apr-18
Mo0se 20-Apr-18
HedgeHunter 21-Apr-18
Barebow52 21-Apr-18
HedgeHunter 22-Apr-18
Bownana 23-Apr-18
alphamale 25-Apr-18
BigStriper 26-Apr-18
Demmer 26-Apr-18
HedgeHunter 27-Apr-18
Wild Bill 27-Apr-18
M.P. 27-Apr-18
DanaC 28-Apr-18
Big Dog 28-Apr-18
HedgeHunter 28-Apr-18
M.P. 28-Apr-18
THarris 28-Apr-18
THarris 29-Apr-18
DanaC 29-Apr-18
longshot 09-Jun-18
Wojo14 10-Jun-18
Jim Casto Jr 10-Jun-18
Pappy 1952 10-Jun-18
foamkiller 10-Jun-18
Wojo14 10-Jun-18
Witherstick 10-Jun-18
skunklady 10-Jun-18
skunklady 10-Jun-18
M.P. 11-Jun-18
HedgeHunter 11-Jun-18
adrianarcher 11-Jun-18
DWinVA 11-Jun-18
Lost arrow 11-Jun-18
hookman 11-Jun-18
Lost arrow 11-Jun-18
DWinVA 11-Jun-18
ModernLongbow 11-Jun-18
Clydebow 11-Jun-18
wendigo 17-Jun-18
Jimmy Blackmon 18-Jun-18
Bownana 18-Jun-18
Jinkster 24-Jun-18
HedgeHunter 24-Jun-18
Wojo14 24-Jun-18
Bownana 25-Jun-18
Wojo14 25-Jun-18
M.P. 25-Jun-18
M.P. 25-Jun-18
Jinkster 26-Jun-18
M.P. 26-Jun-18
M.P. 02-Jul-18
HedgeHunter 02-Jul-18
Jinkster 02-Jul-18
HedgeHunter 02-Jul-18
Jimmy Blackmon 02-Jul-18
HedgeHunter 03-Jul-18
Jimmy Blackmon 03-Jul-18
HedgeHunter 03-Jul-18
Jimmy Blackmon 03-Jul-18
DanaC 04-Jul-18
Jinkster 04-Jul-18
M.P. 04-Jul-18
Jim Casto Jr 04-Jul-18
Jinkster 04-Jul-18
Jimmy Blackmon 04-Jul-18
Jinkster 04-Jul-18
longshot 04-Jul-18
ModernLongbow 04-Jul-18
Jimmy Blackmon 04-Jul-18
DanaC 05-Jul-18
M.P. 05-Jul-18
Jinkster 05-Jul-18
Tradarcherychamp 07-Jul-18
BigStriper 08-Jul-18
Jinkster 08-Jul-18
HedgeHunter 08-Jul-18
Clydebow 09-Jul-18
HedgeHunter 09-Jul-18
Tom A 09-Jul-18
Jim Casto Jr 09-Jul-18
Jinkster 09-Jul-18
M.P. 09-Jul-18
Jinkster 10-Jul-18
Mo0se 10-Jul-18
HedgeHunter 10-Jul-18
Jimmy Blackmon 10-Jul-18
Jinkster 11-Jul-18
HedgeHunter 11-Jul-18
Bownana 11-Jul-18
BigStriper 11-Jul-18
Bownana 11-Jul-18
Jinkster 11-Jul-18
BigStriper 11-Jul-18
Jimmy Blackmon 11-Jul-18
Jimmy Blackmon 11-Jul-18
BigStriper 11-Jul-18
Lost arrow 11-Jul-18
Jinkster 11-Jul-18
Lost arrow 11-Jul-18
Jinkster 12-Jul-18
HedgeHunter 12-Jul-18
Tom A 12-Jul-18
Mo0se 12-Jul-18
HedgeHunter 12-Jul-18
Jinkster 12-Jul-18
Jinkster 12-Jul-18
Jinkster 13-Jul-18
Bownana 13-Jul-18
Bownana 13-Jul-18
BigStriper 13-Jul-18
Jinkster 14-Jul-18
Jinkster 14-Jul-18
Jinkster 14-Jul-18
Jinkster 15-Jul-18
BigStriper 15-Jul-18
From: Bownana
Date: 20-Apr-18




New format for 2018 IBO Traditional World Championship, Pipestem, WV, July 20-22, 2018 The IBO mission is to offer a true world class competitive event that also promotes fellowship of family and friends.

Beginning this year we will offer four shoot times to complete 30 IBO World championship targets. Shoot times will be 8:00 AM and 11:00am Friday and Saturday….shotgun start!

“Everyone" (except Cubs and Eagles) shoots final 30 targets Sunday, 8:00AM shotgun start. Awards immediately following. There are two, thirty target ranges ….A & B. Classes shot on course A – REC, RU, TH, FREC, FRU, STRAD Classes on course B – MLB, SLB, SB, LB, FLB, YU Cubs & Eagles will shoot with their guardians on either course.

Also new this year: Archers may shoot 2 classes, (a class on each range), but may only choose one class/one bow to compete in on Sunday. Bowhunter Challenge format stays the same. In addition to the "Trad Tech Sadie Hawkins" Team Event, and the 3Rivers Showcase Shootdown event, we are excited to present a new event the "Last Man Standing".

In order to preserve the integrity of the sport of traditional archery, the IBO is continually striving to enhance their tournament format. We look forward to a fantastic event this year in West Virginia. Questions contact: levy.bryant@airgas.com

From: JRW
Date: 20-Apr-18




Good stuff! I'm glad to see them making changes to create an event better event. Kudos to the IBO!

From: Tal McNeill
Date: 20-Apr-18




I rally like the idea of being able to shoot two classes. Wish I could make it this year.

From: Bownana
Date: 20-Apr-18




The peer grouping does not change. On Sunday, archers will continued to be peered as before: 1-5, 6-10, 11-15, etc...for the championship day. The invite for all to shoot on Sunday adds to the IBO Championship experience for all archers, and promotes more archers participating and shooting their bows. Archers will be able to come for the weekend and stay until the award show. In addition, all of the IBO courses, and rounds are shot in "like" peer groups, with "like" bows...you will be grouped by an IBO official to shoot any of the IBO courses, hence the shotgun shoot times of 8am and 11am. The Bowhunter Challenge range is for socializing, friends, family, etc. and you may group yourselves.

From: Clydebow
Date: 20-Apr-18




We will be there!

From: Mo0se
Date: 20-Apr-18




I'll be there...my 5th year I think. The only fly in the ointment I see is no mention of a separate championship "Sunday" only course. We gonna shoot the same course twice? At Twin Oaks there were 3 courses A, B, and C for obvious reasons. I'll miss seing Pappy at the Trad Worlds this year.

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 21-Apr-18




They gonna still shoot 60 targets. looks like they will reduce the 40 target course on Fri-Sat to 30 then shoot 30 on Sunday. Then, everyone shoots Sunday, no round down for top 10%. That's what I read here.

Shotgun starts, what ive been saying for while now. This way everyone gets a chance at earlier starts! Get everyone to stay for Sunday. This format keeps the sawbuck changing hands thru Sunday as well.

From: Barebow52
Date: 21-Apr-18




Looking forward to this location

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 22-Apr-18




Great chance for more jokes. Last year on Sunday Greg, Arvin, Steve and myself had a great time and laughs. Last group out on Sunday and they were wondering what the heck was so funny back there. Gregs Willie Nelson joke had me crying.

From: Bownana
Date: 23-Apr-18




Hi Moose. IBO officials will not allow archers to shoot the same course twice without changing the range, like having another course, or possibly moving the stakes. At Twin Oaks, only white stake shooters shot course C, and the orange stakes were always moved for the final day on a previously shot course. For the championship courses at Pipestem, the IBO will not let you reshoot a course, it will be different, and probably more difficult, lol. Thanks for the question. New venue, new format, new questions. Looking forward to July!

From: alphamale
Date: 25-Apr-18




how does the trad hunter [TH] Class work?

From: BigStriper
Date: 26-Apr-18




Hunting type Bow,any arrows,arrows must weigh 10 GPI for pound of Bow,minimum arrow weight of 450 grains,shoot from the WHITE STAKE. Some one will have more info or look on IBO site under "TRADITIONAL" World Rules.I don't think that I will make it this year,to great of distance for my pardners.

Kurt

From: Demmer
Date: 26-Apr-18




Some nice changes. Hopefully it all works out to make another fantastic IBO Tradtional Worlds. Looking forward to seeing everyone there. Now, what classes to shoot ??????.

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 27-Apr-18




Selfbow, the most difficult. With a bow that's shooter made.

Everyone shoots Sunday, means one more nite pullin cork. Luv it

MAPA~

From: Wild Bill
Date: 27-Apr-18




I find it interesting that in seven days this thread has only ten posters.

Then again, the frequent railing against "aiming, scoring and competition".....well to me it speaks loudly about where most traditional shooters feel comfortable discussing their chosen sport.

I can see why IBO doesn't run qualifiers to participate in a "World" event.

From: M.P.
Date: 27-Apr-18




Its a great shoot to see how you do against the best shooters and also to have fun .The only pressure is the pressure you put on yourself . I look forward to seeing this event ay Pipestem this year

From: DanaC
Date: 28-Apr-18




Too many shooters afraid of 25 yards, to ay nothing of 30...

From: Big Dog
Date: 28-Apr-18




You can say what you want about the term "World" but IMO the IBO goes to great lengths for the traditional shooter ie. all the different classes and such. I for one enjoy what they do and appreciate it. The wife and I have made a tradition out of going every year and like the competition and the friends we've made. In addition, I think the reason there aren't a lot of posters on this thread is there is already another (same title). In my life experience, the percent of people who shoot for fun vs. the people who shoot to compete break down about the same across traditional and compound ranks. Regards

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 28-Apr-18




You mean the club who sponsors the shoot go to great lengths!

Who you think does all the work?

IBO does not come to their own shoots like ASA with 25 member ASA paid workforce with equipment.

From: M.P.
Date: 28-Apr-18




There is not a club that puts on this shoot at Pipestem State park. I think this is larry Cade and the Ibo.I am sure several volunteers will be helping.

From: THarris
Date: 28-Apr-18




Well, all I know is that when the IBO Traditional World Championship first came to Twin Oaks, I attended not knowing what to expect. I didn't know if I'd find snobbish traditional competitors or what.

I couldn't have been more mistaken. I met and shot with some top competitors while shooting on the Hunters Challenge range. HAD A BLAST!!! They may be serious competitors but they love to have fun like any other Traditional shooter.

In my opinion, the IBO is a great organization that truly knows how to put on a great World Championship event, not to mention, super organized. TOP NOTCH!!!

Terry Harris

From: THarris
Date: 29-Apr-18




Good luck to all.

Terry Harris

From: DanaC
Date: 29-Apr-18




" IBO does not come to their own shoots like ASA with 25 member ASA paid workforce with equipment. "

No, but they do bring a great crowd in. We hosted an IBO shoot last summer, doing again this year. Between shooter fees and kitchen profits it was about break-even the first year (We had toi buy some new targets.) This year we'll get well into the profit zone.

Work? Yeah, but the trail work benefits the club in many ways, club members get their work requirement in, and it beats going to the gym ;-)

Did some preliminary trail planning yesterday, logging on the grounds will push us to make some changes, so we'll make it new and better.

From: longshot
Date: 09-Jun-18




With the 2 class quals this year, which 2 are you guys planning to shoot? I'm shooting longbow so tradhunter seems like the easy choice since I can just shoot my longbow and woodies as they qualify for TH too. But I'd really like to give RU a shot as well...Decisions, decisions...

Does anyone know if we can pre-register for our shooting times and if so how to go about it? I'd guess maybe you'd have to choose times and classes when you register and pay, I wont arrive until Thursday afternoon though. Just wondering, cant wait to see what Pipestem is like.

From: Wojo14
Date: 10-Jun-18




I plan on going and shooting in the RU(recurve unaided) class. Anyone know what the max distances are on the orange stakes? 35? 40? 50?

~Wojo

From: Jim Casto Jr
Date: 10-Jun-18




Orange stake is 30 yards.

From: Pappy 1952
Date: 10-Jun-18




Good luck with the World, we really enjoyed doing it as I know you will. You get to meet a lot of great people and yes from all over the world. The IBO is good to work with once you get to know them, we were use to using TwinOaks rules so that was a little different but the good thing is if you win the World you really won the world using the format that use. Pappy

From: foamkiller
Date: 10-Jun-18




Hedgehunter when did ASA get a 25 member paid workforce?

From: Wojo14
Date: 10-Jun-18




Anyone know if you can camp right on site? Any sites left? I was going to call and see. Just curious if anyone knows. ~Wojo

From: Witherstick
Date: 10-Jun-18




Sounds like it could be an enjoyable shoot. Unfortunately, it isn't one that we will likely every enjoy. My wife, now young adult children, and I have enjoyed shoots since the children were born. We went through the whole scoring phase and enjoyed some success. Along the way, it became a real family thing for us. It is more thsn just showing up together. We enjoy shooting together just as we enjoy hunting together.

Now don't get me wrong. We also enjoy meeting new people who also shoot stickbows. The idea of shooting a course individually is just lost family time in our minds and that happens enough in everyday life. Being limited to just the hunter challenge course is just not enough to justify the trip, although some of the hunter challenge courses that we have shot were decent.

As I mentioned on the Cloverdale thread, the really truly popular 3d shoots like ETAR, Compton, and the Tennessee Classic are either noncompetitive or cater to both. Yes, some might just be too intimidated to compete. But some just plain enjoy the atmosphere and shooting.

From: skunklady
Date: 10-Jun-18




Just to clarify to help you understand the difference in the two organizations: The IBO is a nonprofit organization with the sole purpose of protecting and promoting bowhunting. IBO uses archery events to help fund this mission, giving the host clubs the opportunity to enhance their revenue. The IBO puts back into the sport we love and is not a for profit business with a paid workforce.

From: skunklady
Date: 10-Jun-18




As Pappy said, "If you win the IBO Trad World, you really won the World." And more importantly if you didn't win the World, you walk away knowing you shot a legitimate event, with every effort made to retain the integrity of the sport. You only shoot the championship 30 targets one day with your peers, and the final day 30 targets with your peers. All other shooting can be with family, and friends, as there are many fun, competitive & novelty events, including the Bowhunter Challenge course to enjoy. If you want to come out and fellowship with others the IBO Trad World has a place for you. If you want to test your archery ability against the best shooters in the world, this event offers that as well.

From: M.P.
Date: 11-Jun-18




I agree with you ,Skunklady . I am looking forward to it .

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 11-Jun-18




Not sure aint Foamy , think my fat finger on this cel hit too many digits. See you soon.

From: adrianarcher
Date: 11-Jun-18




Jim Powell and myself will be there.Bringing some Florida boys also.

From: DWinVA
Date: 11-Jun-18




I'll be camping there. They have a nice campground on site as well as cabins/cottages and two lodges. It's a beautiful state park.

God Bless.

From: Lost arrow
Date: 11-Jun-18




Wojo14... As of 9:15 this morning there are vacancies in the St. Park campground. DWinVA, what site are you in? I’m in 7.

From: hookman
Date: 11-Jun-18




I will be there with some good friends, really looking forward to it.

From: Lost arrow
Date: 11-Jun-18




I started the 2018 IBO Trad World Championship thread on Jan. 30th. This thread spells out Traditional. Check out the first thread for more info and a larger list of Leatherwallers planning to attend. I am Dave Moulder, aka Lost arrow, ( name given me by friends because I spend most of my shooting time looking for a lost arrow). I would really like to meet fellow Leatherwallers. I will be at the Christian Bowhunters of America set up part of the time. 73 year old, short, fat rather bazaar looking fellow. I live in Princeton and will be staying in the Park campground.

From: DWinVA
Date: 11-Jun-18




Lost Arrow-

Supposed to be 78 but my confirmation said particular sites may not be guaranteed.

God Bless.

From: ModernLongbow
Date: 11-Jun-18




Anyone staying at mountain creek lodge at the bottom of the gorge?

From: Clydebow
Date: 11-Jun-18




Bill, Nice seeing you at Cloverdale. Hope to be shooting with you Bill, and the other old guys.

From: wendigo
Date: 17-Jun-18




I just booked a cabin in the campground so I will definitely be there!

From: Jimmy Blackmon
Date: 18-Jun-18




I'll be there. Looking forward to it.

From: Bownana
Date: 18-Jun-18




FYI...IBO Traditional has a new facebook page for the traditional information.

From: Jinkster
Date: 24-Jun-18




So far it looks like "I'm In"...room was reserved in Princeton last night.

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 24-Jun-18




This is gonna be good! Glad yer all in Jinx.

From: Wojo14
Date: 24-Jun-18




Do you have to shoot all 3 days? I am not sure I can get there Friday. ~Wojo

From: Bownana
Date: 25-Jun-18




No Wojo14, you do not have to shoot all 3 days. You do have to shoot at least one 30 target round on Friday or Saturday either at 8am or 11am check in, to get to shoot the final day, 30 targets on Sunday, @ 730am.

From: Wojo14
Date: 25-Jun-18




Well, I might only be good for Saturday. I was hoping to at least come and shoot for the day! ~Wojo

From: M.P.
Date: 25-Jun-18

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From: M.P.
Date: 25-Jun-18

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From: Jinkster
Date: 26-Jun-18




My vacation request was approved and my room's reserved! :)

From: M.P.
Date: 26-Jun-18

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From: M.P.
Date: 02-Jul-18




https://www.facebook.com/events/2631055044 38595/?ti=cl

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 02-Jul-18




What time is Thursday early registration and where?

From: Jinkster
Date: 02-Jul-18




It's interesting for me to see that it seems there's more interest regarding this shoot on the LW than anywhere else and to say I'm getting excited would be an understatement. :)

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 02-Jul-18




Larry killed TT

From: Jimmy Blackmon
Date: 02-Jul-18




HedgeHunter they just posted on Facebook that you can register Thursday evening and Friday morning at 7:00 am. They said they have a bunch of iPads so they can handle the numbers.

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 03-Jul-18




Great

We missed you in the mud and ankle deep water in Superman City Jimmy.

Man, they got walloped hard either Thursday night/morning. The practice range had desert shade over it but it looked like a pile of twisted metal and sailboat sail. It was in a mud pit needed knee high boots to get to it.

Was a fun shoot. I shot with Clyde, Nancy ended up winning female Trad.

Looking forward to WV, Gil will ride with me and I think Jeff as well or we'll meet at campground.

From: Jimmy Blackmon
Date: 03-Jul-18




Yeah, I shot it several years ago. There was a massive thunder storm just before we were supposed to shoot. I was confident we were going to get struck by lightening.

I am focused on the 50m Target State Champs this coming Saturday, so I didn't want to go up there and not be able to shoot my barebow. After Saturday, all focus turns to IBO Trad Worlds.

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 03-Jul-18




Nfaa What trad Class? Thats Music City shoot aint it? You’ll clean that out !

Luck , but you wont need it.

HH~

From: Jimmy Blackmon
Date: 03-Jul-18




Practice has been going well. Just hoping to shoot strong shots and score well. Excited to get two solid weeks in on the 3D range before Pipestream. New arrows to tune...

From: DanaC
Date: 04-Jul-18




Good luck and good shooting to all who make it to this one. I'm thinking '2019, or bust!'

From: Jinkster
Date: 04-Jul-18




My big challenges will be...

1. Making the 12hr drive up and 12hr drive back...alone.

2. Traversing uneven terrain for 30 targets two days in a row.

3. Making it back home with all the arrows I left with.

But I highly suspect I'm going to have a great time no matter what the outcome of anything! :)

From: M.P.
Date: 04-Jul-18




its not much of elevation changes( at least for Wv ) . You can always buy new arrows and the drive will be easy if ...Nope can't help you on that one .I hate long trips. :)

From: Jim Casto Jr
Date: 04-Jul-18




Yeah, the ranges at Pipestem will be flat as a pancake... well... compared to other ranges in WV.

:^)

From: Jinkster
Date: 04-Jul-18




M.P. & Jim...thanks as that's real good news for me and relieves some worriment on my end...I should get back to peddling my bike and taking my dogs for long walks...neuropathy sux.

From: Jimmy Blackmon
Date: 04-Jul-18




I am confident they will be fun and challenging. I am driving over on Thursday, plan to register that evening and get a few shots in on the bales. I am excited to have nothing to do but shoot arrows all weekend - no other responsibilities ;-)

From: Jinkster
Date: 04-Jul-18




Looks like I'll be registering Thursday as well Jimmy...maybe I'll see you there.

From: longshot
Date: 04-Jul-18




Jinks, dont feel too bad. I'm coming from Miami, 100 miles south of you. Can't wait!

From: ModernLongbow
Date: 04-Jul-18




I dont know about the course but my lodge is at the bottom of a gorge and only accessible by cabe car. So dont be surprised if there are some hills.

From: Jimmy Blackmon
Date: 04-Jul-18




Looking forward to it, Bill

From: DanaC
Date: 05-Jul-18




Jinkster, make up some more arrows and let fly. Nothing like a quiver full of crisp new arrows ;-)

From: M.P.
Date: 05-Jul-18




Thats a cool place to stay at the lodge at the river. Expect to see some deer while riding the cable car . I have shot the Spring Nationals and the 1st leg there in the past and its not steep. Its not Florida flat but definitely not steep.

From: Jinkster
Date: 05-Jul-18




It'll be an honor to finally meet you Jimmy.

13 days and counting before I head north meanwhile?...

This Thread Does! LOL! :)

From: Tradarcherychamp
Date: 07-Jul-18




Getting gear together and getting excited!

From: BigStriper
Date: 08-Jul-18




Hope you all have a good time,I made the last 7 but probly won't make it this year.

Kurt

From: Jinkster
Date: 08-Jul-18




The countdown for me leaving home and heading north begins now...

10

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 08-Jul-18




Just shot my backup selfbow on a tough course. It ran well should i have a catastrophic and need it. Buck Holler had a interesting layout for this one. Very hard to square up to most targets and angles. Great test of holding a good line to ten ring.

HH~

From: Clydebow
Date: 09-Jul-18




How were the stakes for lefties Shawm? LOL!

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 09-Jul-18




Was ineresting for sure. I really enjoyed it. They had 30 targets out. Good mix of ups and downs. My Ironwood #2 ran like a sewin machine Clyde.

From: Tom A
Date: 09-Jul-18




Anyone know where the courses and shootdown areas are going to be layed out and located? Are they walking distance from Mckeever lodge?

From: Jim Casto Jr
Date: 09-Jul-18




Tom,

There are different parking areas in the park; most are fairly close to the ranges. During the 1st leg of the triple crown, the park ran shuttles. Getting close to where you need to go shouldn't be any problem at all.

From: Jinkster
Date: 09-Jul-18




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From: M.P.
Date: 09-Jul-18




I heard the ranges were close to the campgrounds and Nature Center.

From: Jinkster
Date: 10-Jul-18




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From: Mo0se
Date: 10-Jul-18




It's getting closer! The "Big show" The "World Championship" hell, it's time with my friends! Another 3D shoot with an extra long commute! Oh and as far as 3D events go in a peer scored competition venue? The IBO Trad Worlds is by far my favorite event! No other event leaves you happily exhausted like this one! See you all next Thursday!

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 10-Jul-18




We be eating fresh roasting ears, backstrap and deer brats. PBR fer breakfast with wildhog sausage.

HH~

From: Jimmy Blackmon
Date: 10-Jul-18




Are you camping Shawn? I'm at the park but in one of their hooches.

From: Jinkster
Date: 11-Jul-18




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From: HedgeHunter
Date: 11-Jul-18




Yep

In the brush with Gil and I think his son and girly are driving up from NC. Rusksack and firepit, make some smoke. We bring enough backstrap for you too. Ready to relax and shoot some arra's and see some folks.

Gonna bring a mess of sweet corn to Wed nite shoot if your coming?

From: Bownana
Date: 11-Jul-18

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Can't wait. Lot's of fun to come at Pipestem. Get there for the Last Man Standing on Friday @ 4pm. Lots of prizes for all skill levels. Sponsored by CD Archery, Bob Lee Bows, Cedar Ridge Leatherworks.

From: BigStriper
Date: 11-Jul-18




Looks like I might make it after all. Kurt

From: Bownana
Date: 11-Jul-18




Good deal BigStriper. You won't be disappointed. Looking forward to seeing Jinkster again.

From: Jinkster
Date: 11-Jul-18




:)

From: BigStriper
Date: 11-Jul-18




I'm glad I am going to be able to make it this year,I made the last 7 years and I hated to miss this one, plus I have never been to West Virginia and I heard it is nice out there. Looking forward to meeting some New faces.

Kurt

From: Jimmy Blackmon
Date: 11-Jul-18

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Oh man, I'm loving that Injun trophy! I have no idea what were doing, but I'll be there to shoot.

Shawn, I can drive it until Thursday. I'll get there that evening and be ready Friday morning. Could not make the club shoot tonight at Twin Oaks, but I was there at 0530 practicing. Here is a four arrow group at my 60 yard point on this morning...just checking tune with these shots (rights to lefts).

From: Jimmy Blackmon
Date: 11-Jul-18

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Oh, and I shot this on the chrono this morning

From: BigStriper
Date: 11-Jul-18




Great shooting Jimmy,and they look to get there fast enough also. See ya in W. Virginia.

Kurt

From: Lost arrow
Date: 11-Jul-18




Many of you are traveling a long distance to Pipestem. I pray for your safety on the highways. They are repaveing a section of I-77 between the Va state line and Princeton. Expect some delays at the Princeton exit (#9) where. I-77 and Rt 460 meet. Mostly congested in the afternoon and evening. Be safe. I hope to meet some of you at the shoot. And welcome to WV.

From: Jinkster
Date: 11-Jul-18




Thanks for he heads up Lost arrow...my hotel room is in Princeton and I-77 was how I intended getting there.

I may have to rethink how I'm getting there and/or where I'm staying. :(

From: Lost arrow
Date: 11-Jul-18




No problem Jinkster, you may be held a little longer at the traffic lights. I go into town a couple times a day and it just takes a little longer than usual. I see no need to change your plans.

From: Jinkster
Date: 12-Jul-18




Thanks...oh and?....

6 :)

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 12-Jul-18




What weight is shooting that fps? I dont think my X impacts hit that speed.

Howd that Franklin shoot pan out? We shot BH on Sunday was good.

From: Tom A
Date: 12-Jul-18




Whats the new "Last Man Standing" event?

From: Mo0se
Date: 12-Jul-18

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I'm so ready!!

From: HedgeHunter
Date: 12-Jul-18




More PBR’s

From: Jinkster
Date: 12-Jul-18

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A bud saw I had a cobbled together cushion plunger on my 650 Club and made me an offer I couldn't refuse....

From: Jinkster
Date: 12-Jul-18

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A 17.5-23mm Beiter he said was a touch short for most of his risers but would work out swell on my spig and for $85 shipped?...I'm calling it money well spent and Thanks Richard! :)

From: Jinkster
Date: 13-Jul-18




5 :)

From: Bownana
Date: 13-Jul-18

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Awards for the two class shooters. 90 target total score on the IBO courses shot. Lots of shooting to be had next week!

From: Bownana
Date: 13-Jul-18




The "Last Man Standing" is a new event compliments of the Traditional Bowhunters of California. It is great as any level shooter can participate and win prizes or cash. The host/MC will call a shot, if your arrow is in the called area, you move on, if not, you pay the pot to continue on in the game, say $5-$10, or whatever the host/MC calls. The host may call out of the ordinary arrow placement to win cash/prize etc. This will go on for some time, as archers will drop out, and soon it gets down to 2 or 3, maybe 5 archers, as the ante$$$ to continue, goes up. The winner will take all the money left in the pot, and other awards allotted. It is a big hit at Chamberlain shoot in California. So fun, the IBO wanted to have it at Trad Worlds.

From: BigStriper
Date: 13-Jul-18




Should be interesting.

From: Jinkster
Date: 14-Jul-18




4 :)

From: Jinkster
Date: 14-Jul-18

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From: Jinkster
Date: 14-Jul-18




Had to make my CH rest IBO legal....my old leather strike plate was a tad too thick...problem solved. :)

From: Jinkster
Date: 15-Jul-18




3 :)

From: BigStriper
Date: 15-Jul-18




My buddies and I are leaving early Thursday morning from the St. Louis Mo. area,should be there late afternoon or early evening. Staying at the lodge in the valley and riding the Tram. Kurt





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