Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall

FIRST SHOT..........Wednesday, May 25th

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Messages posted to thread:
CD 25-May-22
Mtquiver 25-May-22
Nemophilist 25-May-22
EZ Archer 25-May-22
bodymanbowyer 25-May-22
mangonboat 25-May-22
9/10 Broke 25-May-22
felipe 25-May-22
From: CD
Date: 25-May-22

Pouring down rain in my part of Alabama this morning.

Today's shot will 19 yards between some obstructions. Hold at half draw for a count of 4 before completing your shot sequence.

God bless,


From: Mtquiver
Date: 25-May-22

Raining here too, Perhaps in the p.m. Have a Blessed Day All

Stay Safe/Shoot Straight. MT

From: Nemophilist
Date: 25-May-22

Nemophilist's embedded Photo


19 yards between obstructions, held at 1/2 draw for a count of four.

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

From: EZ Archer
Date: 25-May-22

EZ Archer's embedded Photo

Shot as called and made it in between the obstructions but was a little high and left- Shakespeare Manitou, thanks CD!

From: bodymanbowyer
Date: 25-May-22

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Good afternoon FS Shooters. I shot as called 19 yd hold for four seconds between obstructions. Good thing we had a lull in the rain. Inch and a half here, well needed. Shooting my 68-in longbow at 42# and GT Trad Blems 1535. JF

From: mangonboat
Date: 25-May-22

mangonboat's embedded Photo

Thanks for the call, CD. Shot taken as called with a 1961 Clan Gordon Royal Huntsman. Between the uprights but about 2 inches high on a slightly uphill shot.

From: 9/10 Broke
Date: 25-May-22

9/10 Broke's embedded Photo

Oops! High and left into the upright. Shot a couple more but no better. Just not my day.

Have a great evening folks.

From: felipe
Date: 25-May-22

felipe's embedded Photo

Target was a pine cone hanging between a bear facing me and a bear facing away. Hit a few inches high but did not bother either bear. Tools are Border longbow and perfectly traditional Port Orford cedar shaft arrow.

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