Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall

FIRST SHOT..........Wednesday, Sept 21st

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Messages posted to thread:
CD 21-Sep-22
Kmaddox2a 21-Sep-22
JusPassin 21-Sep-22
Snow Crow 21-Sep-22
Nemophilist 21-Sep-22
Knifeguy 21-Sep-22
Batman 21-Sep-22
bodymanbowyer 21-Sep-22
B.T. 21-Sep-22
Snow Crow 21-Sep-22
From: CD
Date: 21-Sep-22

Today's shot will be 22 yards with a quick follow-up.

God bless,


From: Kmaddox2a
Date: 21-Sep-22

Kmaddox2a 's embedded Photo

Both left, first shot was the lower of the 2 though. Warf bow with 2016s.

From: JusPassin
Date: 21-Sep-22

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Thanks for the call. Toelke Kestrel.

From: Snow Crow
Date: 21-Sep-22

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As called, top was first shot.

Got the target bracketed: the way I shot today I need heavy artillery support...

55# Montana, 29" .500 carbon, 250 grain point, 520 grain total arrow weight, 24% FOC, 3x2 and 4x2x10mm Blazer vanes.

From: Nemophilist
Date: 21-Sep-22

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22 yards with a quick follow-up.

1971 Bear Super Kodiak, 55#@28", Aluminum Arrows.

Thanks CD.

From: Knifeguy
Date: 21-Sep-22

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Thanks CD! Shot a ‘76 Kodiak Magnum @ 47# and cedar arrows. The first shot is the upper arrow. Have a good day everyone! Lance

From: Batman
Date: 21-Sep-22

GREAT ARROW FLINGING? Hope that Y'ALL were COOL? Nasty hot in Central AL today. Maybe a break by Friday? BLESSED BE!

From: bodymanbowyer
Date: 21-Sep-22

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Good afternoon FS Shooters. A shot half of our 40 round 3D this weekend. That was my practice for quite a while. First shots orange and white second shot barred and white. 68 in Freeman Longbow 44 lb. At 28 and GT traditional classics 600s. Have a great night everybody. JF

From: B.T.
Date: 21-Sep-22

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From: Snow Crow
Date: 21-Sep-22

Snow Crow's embedded Photo

B.T. upright

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