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Tom M

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Anyone else come full circle with your archery equipment? Seems I have at least for now. Bear SK using old green 2020 Gamegetter arrows. Same bow and arrow models I started bowhunting in 1973 for Deer. 
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Sun City, Az. by way of San Diego, Ca. Bear TD's Wes Wallace Royal LB, ILF risers and various limbs, Vintage Works 1962 Kodiak reproduction made to my specs

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Hey Tom, I keep spinning in circles. 😂 

I pretty much shoot my Bear Takedown and the Impala longbow these days. I did just pick up that 21” ILF that I’ll be playing with as soon as the limbs come in. 

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I don't know about full circle, but i sure wandered till i found what made me feel right
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Tom, I started the year off thinking that in 2020 I was going back to what got me here, my old Bighorn and Bear TD; Well, as we know by now, 2020 isn't what we planned on.  Very little shooting up until now.  But I just picked up a set of 45#  limbs and put them on an old B mag riser.  Hope to shoot it today.  Got together with two buddies on Friday and shot my Bighorn Ramhunter longbow along with some Cedarsmith shafts and some 1918 AO shafts. I never really drifted too far from where I started, but Cedars and old aluminum along with B50 string isn't a bad place to be.
Good luck with the SK and 2020's.
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Chuck, What are you shooting these days? 
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I really like that Taipan II.  I custom built a quiver for it for those times i don't use a back quiver.    Kinda thinking i may need one in the 45 pound range too, for " later".
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I really like that Taipan II.  I custom built a quiver for it for those times i don't use a back quiver.    Kinda thinking i may need one in the 45 pound range too, for " later".


i had a few friends that owned Taipan’s back in the 90’s. Nothing but good things to say a it. 

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Full circle, hmmmm.  I started with a recurve and cedar arrows in the 50's, went to a compound with aluminum arrows in '84, then back to a recurve in '88 with aluminum arrows, then back to cedar arrows in '09.  Yep, full circle.  Frank
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