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    Check out this pocket quiver. I can make the back pouch larger or non existent, whatever suits your needs. I am going to make one with the pocket larger so I can use it while shooting my compound as well.

    Should be fun.
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    Beautiful work

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    I enjoy shooting with a recurve....just need to get out there and shoot it! Hadn't planned on hunting with it, but you never know! I mostly like it for the exercise! Walk, shoot a stump...walk some more...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazer View Post
    I enjoy shooting with a recurve....just need to get out there and shoot it! Hadn't planned on hunting with it, but you never know! I mostly like it for the exercise! Walk, shoot a stump...walk some more...
    Stumpshooting - better than golf!
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    With a bow? That would cost me a lot of money in broken arrows!
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    Yeah, you lose a few arrows stumpshooting, but it really is the best form of hunting practice for an instinctive shooter. A real confidence builder. I haven't gotten into building my own arrows, but buy the least expensive ones that are properly spined for my bow. A Judo point is a great arrow saver.
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    Yep! Older stumps....and I use target tips with nice carbon shafts so I rarely break an arrow. But I'm using a 45lb recurve, not a compound bow. 100gr target tips.
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