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Archery Trivia Question #9

Messages posted to thread:
Ugly Coyote 12-Feb-24
bowhunt 12-Feb-24
Scoop 12-Feb-24
Keefers 12-Feb-24
Jon Stewart 12-Feb-24
Orion 12-Feb-24
fdp 12-Feb-24
Ugly Coyote 12-Feb-24
Seahorse 12-Feb-24
Karl S 12-Feb-24
From: Ugly Coyote
Date: 12-Feb-24

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OK, this is another what is it. Maybe too easy, or not.

So, what is it?

From: bowhunt
Date: 12-Feb-24




Arrow straightener.

From: Scoop Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 12-Feb-24




Shaft straightener and possible burnisher.

From: Keefers
Date: 12-Feb-24




Well if it isn’t an arrow straightener or burnished then maybe a device to use to lay the bow limp in and file the string grooves on the side of bow limbs ?

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 12-Feb-24




X2 Keefers

From: Orion Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 12-Feb-24




Yep. I have one. Figured it was for arrow straightening, but the slot is quite narrow on mine.

From: fdp
Date: 12-Feb-24




String burnishing tool for heating up and rubbing in string wax?

From: Ugly Coyote
Date: 12-Feb-24

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Arrow straightener it is.

Hugh Rich Archery made the original out of wood. Hugh had a mold made and had them cast and plated. He sold them at the shop.

Here's the wood version.

From: Seahorse
Date: 12-Feb-24




X3 Keefers

From: Karl S
Date: 12-Feb-24




For serving loops on a string





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