Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall


Antler knobs

Messages posted to thread:
GaryDHall 15-Mar-19
Nemophilist 15-Mar-19
SWAG 15-Mar-19
Nemophilist 15-Mar-19
foxbo 15-Mar-19
K Cummings 16-Mar-19
kginrick 16-Mar-19
K Cummings 16-Mar-19
wooddamon1 16-Mar-19
K Cummings 16-Mar-19
Bearfootin 16-Mar-19
Little Billy 16-Mar-19
K Cummings 16-Mar-19
From: GaryDHall Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 15-Mar-19




Looking for a set of Antler Knobs for a bow I own other then Schafer and 3 Rivers anyone know who sells antler knobs

Thank you all for any info Gary

From: Nemophilist
Date: 15-Mar-19

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Blacktail and Tollgate. I'm not sure if Tollgate is still in business.

From: SWAG
Date: 15-Mar-19

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Look up Sticshooter on here.... Super guys an can do anything you want with a set of antler knobs. Just bought another set of TD knobs last week! Swag

From: Nemophilist
Date: 15-Mar-19




Also Black Widow.

From: foxbo
Date: 15-Mar-19

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Acadian Woods

From: K Cummings
Date: 16-Mar-19

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To each their own but I find the commercial ones a little garish so I like to make my own out of bucks that I have taken myself.

Not only do they have sentimental value, they can have functional uses as well. One of my buddies took a buck with a drop tine and he actually positioned his so the drop tine acts as a 20 yard sight pin.

KPC

From: kginrick
Date: 16-Mar-19




KPC that is nice . How does that sight pin idea work ? Do you kill a deer and tune an arrow to it or tune an arrow and then hunt for a deer with the proper tine gap ? I

From: K Cummings
Date: 16-Mar-19




Not sure kginrick, I'll have to ask him.

I'll get back with you.

KPC

From: wooddamon1 Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 16-Mar-19




That's a nice one, KPC. A bigger one for the bottom would have a nice stabilizer effect, I'd imagine :)

From: K Cummings
Date: 16-Mar-19

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kginrick:

I checked with my buddy and he said it can be a number of things. Tine configuration, what angle you cut the burr at, or in the case of ILF, exactly where you set the preload.

He set this one up for me an sure enough tat sucker is set perfectly for 17.3 yards, which happens to be the average shot distance on game for traditional hunters.

wooddamon1:

Thanks. That's what I love about the LW. People are always thinking outside the box.

KPC

From: Bearfootin
Date: 16-Mar-19




OK,...I’m a little confused here ( It don’t take much ). Do you gotta kill just the right buck with a stone or something then mount it on the riser in such a way that when you line up the preferred tine ......BINGO,....dead on at 20 yards. Sounds like a lot of messen around if you ask me. I think I’ll stick with instinctive shooting LOL

From: Little Billy
Date: 16-Mar-19




I like this train of thought, better and Moore animal parts. Must have now.

Are they hard to make? Or are the limb bolts the comodity?

I like them!

From: K Cummings
Date: 16-Mar-19




Bearfootin:

"Sounds like a lot of messen around if you ask me."

They don't call it "hunting the hard way" for nothing.

KPC





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