Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall


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Brad 07-Apr-21
fdp 07-Apr-21
Brad 07-Apr-21
Brad 07-Apr-21
fdp 07-Apr-21
fdp 07-Apr-21
Stix 07-Apr-21
altitude sick 08-Apr-21
fdp 08-Apr-21
cobra 08-Apr-21
Wayne Hess 08-Apr-21
Brad 08-Apr-21
Brad 08-Apr-21
From: Brad
Date: 07-Apr-21

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Scored on two Texas Recurves bows. A Comanche and an Apache. Wasn’t aware that Curtis Byrd made a longbow. Twisting up a string tonight!

From: fdp
Date: 07-Apr-21




Good bows. His grandson was making them a few years back. Not sure if He still or not.

From: Brad
Date: 07-Apr-21

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I believe he has passed on, the longbow pictured here is an early model from the 1980s

From: Brad
Date: 07-Apr-21

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Another pic

From: fdp
Date: 07-Apr-21




Curtis has passed away. His grandson, who' s name I'll think of in a minute has not to my knowledge.

I'm a fan of the recurve for sure.

From: fdp
Date: 07-Apr-21




Brian Campbell is the grandsons name.

From: Stix
Date: 07-Apr-21




Very nice bows!

From: altitude sick
Date: 08-Apr-21




Beautiful

From: fdp
Date: 08-Apr-21




Can you show off some strung pics.? The profile of those bows is gorgeous.

From: cobra
Date: 08-Apr-21




Looks light and graceful.

From: Wayne Hess
Date: 08-Apr-21




Nice bows, interesting and sad too

From: Brad
Date: 08-Apr-21

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Strung profiles

From: Brad
Date: 08-Apr-21

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Recurve strung





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