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Dave Weiss
Belcher Union Jack RH 68" 45@28, black glass, rosewood riser. Bow was made in May 2018, still in excellent condition.
But that's not all...
After 50 years I'm givin' it up. I want everything gone. Quivers, back, side and hip. Arrows, aluminum and poc, all matched to this bow. A pretty good collection of books. Gloves, tabs, fletching jig, taper tool, arrow straighteners, for wood and aluminum. Points, adapters, nocks, feathers and anything else I can find.
$650 TYD, Paypal please

Contact for more details and/or pictures
>>>===> Dave
Public land hunter
St Patrick's Lake American styk
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tradlongbow
Dave, I’m sorry to hear you won’t be shooting anymore. This bow sounds wonderful, good luck with the sale.

TRADITIONAL BOWHUNTER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 
Farmland Conservation Club, Winchester, Indiana 

PUBLIC LAND HUNTER
John Schulz Straight Shooting and Bowhunting Graduate
Email: traditionalarcherysociety@yahoo.com

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Dave Weiss
Would consider a Mountain Feist in part trade.
>>>===> Dave
Public land hunter
St Patrick's Lake American styk
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webster2
I've never met you Dave and I'm not sure why I feel this way but I was a little sad in reading your post.  Traditional kind of gets in your blood after awhile (ok, maybe a long while) so it's always hard to hear when one of 'us' thinks of giving it up. 

As much as we enjoy shooting it's also true that we all have our down days.  But tomorrow or the next is usually better.  Are you SURE you want to do this?  Maybe just taking a little time off would help reset the ole' archery clock. 

Sorry if I've stepped out of line in asking, but I'd hate to see you send away your stuff and then regret it later.  Peace, man.   
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Dave Weiss
Thanks, this isn't a decision that came lightly or easily. It's just time to move on to the next obsession... Chasin' squirrels with a good dog and my old Savage 12 gauge...
I had a great run with the bow. 30+ years running around the hills in Alaska. Lots of great people and memories, now it's time to move on. My shooting has gotten down right embarrassing and as a result of that, I'm not comfortable with hunting with the bow any longer.
>>>===> Dave
Public land hunter
St Patrick's Lake American styk
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webster2
Gotta' respect anyone that makes such a hard decision based on the effect he might have on the animals he hunts, I wish you and your canine hunting partner the best in chasing down some sqwerl stews.  I used to have rabbit hounds myself when I was younger, those were cold winters but good times.  I can still hear old Duke baying in the distance, bring him around this way boy.  it makes me smile.

Good luck Dave.     


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Ron Nepini
Pictures please to  rnepini@hotmail.com
Thanks
Ron
Don't let your feathers get wet!
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Dave Weiss
Pictures sent, there is another guy interested that replied first...
>>>===> Dave
Public land hunter
St Patrick's Lake American styk
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Dave Weiss
Sold, thanks Scott
>>>===> Dave
Public land hunter
St Patrick's Lake American styk
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Sam
Dave, I always hate to see somebody leave the fold, but I sure can understand the desire to follow other pursuits. Good luck with your upcoming adventures. Enjoy!
Sam McMichael

Gray, GA

"The spirit of the bow dwells in the heart of all young men" - Geronimo

Hill Wesley Special (2, both 65#)
Hill Cheetah (2, one 55# and one 40#)
Hill Big 5 (50#)
NM Shelton (2, both 53#)
Deathwish Longbow (59#)
Archery Traditions Bamboo Longhunter (3, one 56#, one 60# and one 78#)

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Shootalot
Well Dave, I just saw this and sure hate that you're giving up bow shooting.  I enjoyed so much shooting with you last year and had planned on coming over in February or March and shooting with you again. 

Well best of luck.
Gordon 
Gordon Jabben
Independence KS
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