Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall


Just like Frisky! Almost...

Messages posted to thread:
Knifeguy 03-Sep-18
George D. Stout 03-Sep-18
Hip 03-Sep-18
Frisky 03-Sep-18
tonto59 03-Sep-18
WildernessBuck 03-Sep-18
WB 03-Sep-18
Knifeguy 03-Sep-18
Frisky 03-Sep-18
Mountain Man 03-Sep-18
WB 03-Sep-18
MStyles 04-Sep-18
cobra 04-Sep-18
RymanCat 04-Sep-18
Car54 04-Sep-18
Dry Bones 04-Sep-18
Andy Man 04-Sep-18
RonG 04-Sep-18
dean 05-Sep-18
dean 05-Sep-18
Knifeguy 05-Sep-18
dean 05-Sep-18
longbowdave 05-Sep-18
dean 05-Sep-18
dean 05-Sep-18
South Farm 05-Sep-18
Frisky 05-Sep-18
Box Call 05-Sep-18
Knifeguy 05-Sep-18
Frisky 05-Sep-18
jaz5833 14-Sep-18
Knifeguy 14-Sep-18
Frisky 14-Sep-18
Lost arrow 14-Sep-18
Knifeguy 14-Sep-18
dean 15-Sep-18
Frisky 15-Sep-18
George Tsoukalas 15-Sep-18
T-Hawk 15-Sep-18
GF 15-Sep-18
Lost arrow 15-Sep-18
cobra 15-Sep-18
dean 15-Sep-18
jaz5833 16-Sep-18
jaz5833 16-Sep-18
Frisky 16-Sep-18
jaz5833 16-Sep-18
Frisky 16-Sep-18
Will tell 16-Sep-18
From: Knifeguy
Date: 03-Sep-18

Knifeguy's embedded Photo



With Frisky’s 14 yard shooting the other day it got me to pondering how I would do with an ASL . I had the opportunity to purchase this 7Lakes a few moths ago after a tip by a fellow L’EWaller and really like it. I used POC’s by Suzanne St Charles for my attempt at matching the great one’s shooting accomplishments. I had one just a little out of center but I think Mr Frisk might be pleased. We’ll see! The bow is 68” and 51#@28”. Thanks for letting me share. Lance

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 03-Sep-18




Nicely done. Nothing mysterious about Hill style bows, they shoot just fine.

From: Hip
Date: 03-Sep-18




Great shooting and really nice bow. Hip

From: Frisky
Date: 03-Sep-18




You were shooting for a group, so your group should have been 1/2 that size at such close range. I have no choice but to dismiss your effort. Me, on the other hand, was concentrating exclusively on reaching anchor, with no thought given to grouping. I still laid them right in there!

Joe

From: tonto59
Date: 03-Sep-18




Nice shooting!

From: WildernessBuck
Date: 03-Sep-18




That is some good shooting,and a very good looking bow,if you keep practicing you may one day shoot as good as "The last great bowhunter". Nice shooting Lance

From: WB
Date: 03-Sep-18




Try as they might, I've learned that there is only 1 Frisky.

From: Knifeguy
Date: 03-Sep-18




And on the other hand I don’t have to worry about reaching my anchor! I’ve been shootin’ as long as you’ve been breathing. Lance

From: Frisky
Date: 03-Sep-18




You better get that junker out to Colorado, as Crookedstix emailed me to say he's gonna be lost without old Knifeguy around to assist him!

WB- You're very sagacious!

Joe

From: Mountain Man
Date: 03-Sep-18




Good shooting ole pal

From: WB
Date: 03-Sep-18




Excellent word. Made my day.

From: MStyles
Date: 04-Sep-18




An Excellent group Lance, nice shooting.

From: cobra
Date: 04-Sep-18




There is definitely gonna be venison in the freezer this year!

From: RymanCat
Date: 04-Sep-18




Frisky UGH. Smells like Cat piss around here and it wasn't me either.

From: Car54 Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 04-Sep-18




Your not quite there with Frisky. Keep trying, your gett'en close. LoL

From: Dry Bones
Date: 04-Sep-18




I was just thinking that one out may have glanced off the knock of another. Frisky does not have to worry about that. He makes sure to push them in real straight and even. :)

-Bones

From: Andy Man
Date: 04-Sep-18




Nah !

don't see knee deep BS around the target

From: RonG
Date: 04-Sep-18




I love it Dry Bones, Lance ignore Frisky, he would say it wasn't any good even if you did five robin hood on top of one arrow.

Great shooting Bud.

From: dean
Date: 05-Sep-18




You close up guys and groups, it gets annoying and expensive to always be shooting at spitting distance. Really it is no big deal to shoot baseball size groups at twenty yards. Being able to shoot fast and fluid at any and all targets and hit with the first arrow, that is the next step up from this childish group game. That is where that lunker Bear takedown will fail the friskered one and that longbow will shine. Close up grouping is about the same as when a Harley punk rides by people and revs it up to muffler blast people. I think it makes their testicles light up like Christmas lights when they do that. That's what i am seeing here, you guys are just muffler blasting. Do it in the dark to see if anything lights up.

From: dean
Date: 05-Sep-18




Sorry to all responsible harley riders, yesterday there was a town cop here while I was getting harassed by a couple of punks, I don't think they realized that the other guy that they were pissing off was the town's chief inspector on the police force.

From: Knifeguy
Date: 05-Sep-18




I rarely purposely group my arrows and I can tell you it’s not because I don’t have a Harley! For me it was a chance to see if I repeated my form and release. I was glad that I didn’t bust an arrow too! I normally practice with one arrow at a time, and while walking to retrieve it and return to my mark for shooting I think over the entire process. That’s pretty funny about the cop being harassed. Would have been good to be the mouse in the corner on that one. Lance

PS: Sorry to all the Harley riders too! Not to mention us “muffler blasters’!

From: dean
Date: 05-Sep-18




Sometimes I go out with a quiver full, then I cuss myself for splattering nocks. With an aluminum arrow the most that happened is the taper gets a gnarl and sometimes i dent an arrow, but woods tend to get chunks nocked out or get the splits when the nock breaks. Maybe that is why Byron keeps it to three arrows per end. Really, how manly it to crank on a throttle with open pipes, it proves nothing other than the driver of the motorcycle is a rude lunkhead. The cop suggested the value of one of my high powered slingshots in such a situation.

From: longbowdave Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 05-Sep-18




Been called a lot of things, I’ll add rude lunkhead to the list.

From: dean
Date: 05-Sep-18




You come by my house a intentionally muffler blast me when i am shooting, I can call anyone a lot worst things than that.

From: dean
Date: 05-Sep-18




I hear that Harley is threatening to move to overseas, no loss, no one needs a slow short trip noisy oil leaking poppin two wheeled Johnny Deer like that anyway. Just kidding, but Frisky needs a hunting Harley with real mufflers to sneak him to the edge of town where all of the friendly deer hangout. In all seriousness, there are quite a few deer just outside of Austin.

From: South Farm
Date: 05-Sep-18




Better tighten that group up if you want to be like Frisky!;)

From: Frisky
Date: 05-Sep-18




South Farm- You have that right! He has all of those pretty arrows in a crappy group!

Joe

From: Box Call Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 05-Sep-18




well,im chiming in..my dealing with joe has been very helpful.man is a wealth of knowledge.like to meet him and shake his hand.the minnesota life can be hard on a man,but joe gets it done.

From: Knifeguy
Date: 05-Sep-18




X2 Boxcall, but don’t tell Frisky! Shhhhhhh...Lance

From: Frisky
Date: 05-Sep-18




There they go again! Trying to butter me up for the surprise attack! I'm supposed to be getting a phone call from Crookedstix tonight. I'll share this "wealth of knowledge," as I think something might be up with him. He has been fairly silent with us as he drives to his destination. Of course, I might miss the call, as the skies are finally clearing, and I want to put in night number 98 since first light with my scope on March 17th.

Joe

From: jaz5833
Date: 14-Sep-18

jaz5833's embedded Photo



Just like Frisky....ALMOST.

From: Knifeguy
Date: 14-Sep-18




OMG! That is too funny Jim! A new male model is born. LOL! Lance

From: Frisky
Date: 14-Sep-18




Don't laugh. For a few minutes of my life, I was a suit model for a downtown Mankato clothing store. They ran the commercial for two years while I was in college. The store owner approached me, as I was being fitted for my brother's wedding, and said I was the perfect suit model and asked me to be in the commercial. So, how many of you can say that!

Joe

From: Lost arrow
Date: 14-Sep-18




Sorry, being a suit model has never been on my bucket list. Probably wouldn’t tell it if I did. Is the store still in business?

From: Knifeguy
Date: 14-Sep-18




Just you, it looks like. Must have been an interesting life experience for you. Lance

From: dean
Date: 15-Sep-18




You would think that a high paid suit model could afford a real telescope.

From: Frisky
Date: 15-Sep-18




I was out tonight with my telescope. Looked at all kinds of stuff, including the Ring Nebula, Wild Duck Cluster, M56, the Epsilon double double and so on.

Joe

From: George Tsoukalas
Date: 15-Sep-18




Nicely done! Jawge

From: T-Hawk
Date: 15-Sep-18




Nice shooting,good job

From: GF
Date: 15-Sep-18




You’d better back up a little there, Lance - those arrows are too nice to get all shot up!

And so now I know what’s wrong with ol’ Frisky here... ‘cuz everybody knows that all the finest educational institutions in MN lie EAST of I-35.

BTW, Joe - I once “interviewed” with a gal from a modeling agency... She said I had the ideal chest and waist measurements.... but I was 8”-10” too short!

Still am, come to think of it....

From: Lost arrow
Date: 15-Sep-18




Frisky...Hello....Is the store still in business?

From: cobra
Date: 15-Sep-18




Well, I modeled for routine colonoscopies and have a pizza named after me....

From: dean
Date: 15-Sep-18




Old guys get paid more money to model Depends than young guys get for suits. I would have done it if they came in party colors or camouflage.

From: jaz5833
Date: 16-Sep-18

jaz5833's embedded Photo



To answer Frisky"s question..."who can say that"?

I can. The guy furthest away is me.

From: jaz5833
Date: 16-Sep-18

jaz5833's embedded Photo



The ballcap is me.

From: Frisky
Date: 16-Sep-18




Those aren't suit models! If you can't model a tux, stay on the porch!

Joe

From: jaz5833
Date: 16-Sep-18




I was modeling a nuclear submarine. It don't fit on the porch.

From: Frisky
Date: 16-Sep-18




Ok. I'll give you credit for modeling a sub. However, you weren't in a TV commercial, so it wasn't up to snuff with my tux modeling.

Joe

From: Will tell
Date: 16-Sep-18




All the male models are supposed to be a little funny, not Ha Ha funny.





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