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John Schulz ad Traditional Bowhunter ‘92

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From: Woodchucker Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 23-Dec-21

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Thumbing through my old Traditional Bowhunter magazines and I always like to check out the old ads. Some are still in business, but most are gone. Thought this one for John Schulz was great. His son’s shooting glove ad is on the following page. This is from the Spring 1992 copy.

From: Woodchucker Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 23-Dec-21

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Date: 23-Dec-21

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Other ads from 1992…

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Date: 23-Dec-21

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From: Mpdh Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 23-Dec-21




I still have that issue somewhere.

MP

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Date: 23-Dec-21

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Coon Rapids 2nd annual shoot!

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Date: 23-Dec-21

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Jay Massey…

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The man, the myth, the legend…

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Date: 23-Dec-21

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Lamont…

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Date: 23-Dec-21

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Didn’t know Jim Fetrow (Dire Wolf) was involved with Roadrunner Longbows…

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Date: 23-Dec-21

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Great read Nate......yikes

Deno

From: Deno
Date: 23-Dec-21




Those old magazines are a treasure trove of Archery.

Thanks for posting my friend

Deno

From: Woodchucker Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 23-Dec-21




Ha! Thanks Deno. No idea how to straighten pics out…

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Date: 23-Dec-21




I flip them in my saved pictures. I think you have to flip 'em before you save 'em

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Date: 23-Dec-21




Better yet, before you post 'em

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Date: 23-Dec-21




I to like to reread TBM. I own about 90% of them.

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Date: 23-Dec-21

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Date: 23-Dec-21




Thanks Deno. I was getting a sore neck.

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Date: 23-Dec-21




Haaaaaa My pleasure Steve

From: Two Feathers
Date: 23-Dec-21




Now you can watch John's videos on you tube

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Date: 23-Dec-21

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I still remember complaining about the price of Johns video. $50 was a lot of money for me when I was in my early 20’s. Now I can’t even remember when I owned my last VCR. It was money well spent that’s for sure.

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Date: 23-Dec-21

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From: Smokey
Date: 23-Dec-21




Good Stuff……..Thanks Fellas! and yes 50 would’ve been a fortune for a vhs in 92,for me anyhow………:)

From: M60gunner
Date: 23-Dec-21




I still have my Shultz video and 2 working VCR’s. Only issue is these modern TV’s make the picture to dark. It’s hard for me to realize a lot of those bowyers and vendors are retired or passed away. Just yesterday that magazine came out, didn’t it? I had every issue but passed them along a few years ago. Felt it was time for a newer archer to enjoy reading them.

From: Woodchucker Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 23-Dec-21




I found this interesting…

In this issue (spring 1992) there were 67 ads for custom bowyers! Compare that to the 8/17 issue with just 27.

From: soap creek
Date: 23-Dec-21




Good to see those old ads. About 4-5 years ago I quit collecting Traditional Bowhunter Magazine. Up until then I had every issue except the 1st one. I've traded off a few to guys for they're collections. The rest are packed away in a closet.

From: Knifeman
Date: 23-Dec-21




Looks like most of the bows in the ads are out of business.





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