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    And what a stick can do in the woods

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    Nomadic Pirate
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    And what a stick can do in the woods

    Post by Nomadic Pirate on Fri Jun 03, 2011 2:02 pm

    Well I noticed on the index that archery is just as welcome as airguns Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

    here a few pictures,....I make my own bows















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    Re: And what a stick can do in the woods

    Post by Squirrel on Fri Jun 03, 2011 2:48 pm

    You know, a feller could get REAL envious of you!

    I'm green with jealousy! Just wish I could actually draw a bow: Mayben not . . . might be another thing to dig into my pockets . . . Smile

    Nice, Nomadic! Thanks for the pics!

    And yuppers, it sure is. If enough people want some Archery Ranges, we'll put it to the vote and see if we can't get one started.

    Again, Nice!


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    Re: And what a stick can do in the woods

    Post by pcp4me on Fri Jun 10, 2011 8:48 am

    Nomadic,

    Nice! Me too as far as envious. And me too as not being able to draw a bow!

    Where are you located? Razz

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