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Did a trade and scored a Miller Sage, osage/bamboo.  66" and 58#@28".  Holy crap is all I can say, this bow is gorgeous.  thanks
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Congrats! Can’t wait to check out some pics!

Club Member Traditional Archery Society
Justin Newell
Hobart, Indiana
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Yes, with out pics, it doesn't
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Not one for taking pics but here are some.  I traded my Dye one piece recurve and a custom Raymond Johnson knife for the bow and a doz. arrows.   That quiver is a Howard Hill I bought in my hometown in like 67 or 68 from this dude named Cavalleti.  He worked out of his garage, and I bought the quiver which was his grandfathers and a Bear Grizzly that I still have.  Bought the bow new.  Can't tell ya how much I like this Sage.  Only shot in the garage but will give it a workout tomorrow. thanks

PS  this quiver is a little different I think than the ones sold now.  It is pretty stiff latigo leather even to this day.  But it forms to your back and the arrows don't rattle all that much, but you can only use single blade bh's cause Snuffers tend to get caught on each other. Click image for larger version - Name: 20181103_190414.jpg, Views: 83, Size: 1.22 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 20181103_190425.jpg, Views: 83, Size: 1.27 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 20181103_190441.jpg, Views: 82, Size: 1.73 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 20181103_190450.jpg, Views: 80, Size: 1.91 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 20181103_190501.jpg, Views: 76, Size: 1.37 MB
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Tom M
Nice looking bow. That Osage has aged nicely. You’re going to enjoy it I am sure.
Charter Member Traditional Archery Society

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

I hunt public land.
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Beautiful bow, Mr. Longbow. Congrats, Sir.

1. “The White Eagle” - John Schulz - 66” #60@28” - Lefty

2. “The Hunter” - John Schulz - 66” #54@28” - Lefty
3. “Sunbear” - Charlie Lamb - 66” #58@29” - Lefty
4. 2-Piece String-Follow - Brian McBroom - 66” #57@28 - Lefty

1. Baleen Whale/Yew longbow - Fred Sevier aka "Tukaluk" - 68" #60@28 - Righty
2. 3-Piece Zipper Extreme - Foam/Carbon limbs with Elk overlays - Lefty
1. "Spirit Stick" Selfbow - John Strunk - 68" #60@28", Dual shelf 


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Longbow, Very nice looking longbow and arrow. You did good on this deal!

Farmland Conservation Club, Winchester, Indiana 

John Schulz Straight Shooting and Bowhunting Graduate

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Jack Skinner
What a beautiful bow and great find. IMHO you made out like a bandit.
Jack Skinner

Self Bows, OE's; Heritage, Vixen, Misty Dawn, Heritage II x 2 "The Twins", North Star x 2 Crown Jewel and Cousin It, 7 Lakes SF Carolina Night, Miller Sage, Ramer, Schulz Grandpa, Sunset Hill, Shelton

Cheyenne WY
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Thanks fellers.  Took it out to the lake today and did some stump shooting with it, which I have not done in years.  All I can say is that I was as good once as I ever was but not as good as I used to be.  Bow is a pleasure to handle and shoot.  Seems to have decent cast too.  Very gentle shooting qualities which is very nice.  Shoots where I'm looking out to 25 yds or so.  Brace height I have right about 6.25" but the maker told me to try 5.5".  So have some new strings being made and give those a go just to see how it acts at that b.h.  I tried one of my old Kustom Kings carbons out of it too.  This seemed to shoot the best of the arrows I had with me.  Didn't feel weird to shoot it either.  Found some rubs and such.  Pretty thick back in there where I was too.  I love that place where we have our camper and boat.  So there ya go.  Love this stuff and didn't realize how much I'd missed it over the years.
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Why not just untwist the string on it, depending on how much it now twisted you should be able to lower the BH at least 1/2"- 3/4"

Life Member PBS - Member TBM -Life Member Calif. Big game club - Sponsor Traditional Archery Society
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Can't un-twist the string that much or I would have.  Takes most of the twist out of the string when lowering it that much.  The strings I had made I have it about 5.75" and I'll start from there.  Also just received a JET Wallace longbow I have been anxious to try.  thanks
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