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chuckc
I aways wanted a bow that was fast, like ol' HH's, so that when i shoot the arrows audibly sizzle in to the target, just like in all the movies. Any advice on getting my bow to be that fast ?
ChuckC

Charter Member Traditional Archery Society

I did too !

Madison, Wisconsin.   Public land hunter
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aromakr
Yes Chuck:

It all depends on the camera you use; if you film it at a slower speed then play the film at normal speed it will sizzle into the target, however you don't want to talk during the filming or you voice will sizzle also!!

Bob
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Deno
Chuck
I used to make all the sounds playin' cowboys and indians.  Never was any good at getting caps to work in the rain.  Never tried a "sizzle" when I was an indian. >>>-------------->

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Sam
Sure, Chuck, just keep on dreaming.
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Fallhunt

Try shooting long fat heavy wood arrows with ample fletching from an English longbow that has 130# to 180# draw weight at targets within 20 yards.  I suspect the arrows will strike quite vigorously.

My arms are not even close to being nearly as long as Howard Hill’s arms plus I am simply just too weak to find this out for myself.  So, I will wait for you to report about the results of such a trial.

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two4hooking
Try oversized pope and young cut feathers with a wide vented broadhead on the end.

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Mgmicky
I got some 1916 arrows in a trade a couple of years ago.  When I shot them with my A&H longbow, they made a loud whistling sound even with field points.  The feathers were short shield cut and seemed wider than normal but I never measured them to make sure.  I think they were a little under spined for that bow, but I don’t know if that had anything to do with.  Those arrows were quiet with my other bows and I’ve never heard anything like it since.  mg

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Gypsy
It’s the fletching that’s gets noisy when high cut.
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steelflight
Shoot one of LBHUNTERS arrows.
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eddie c
Get a whistling point.
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stickandstring
3 Rivers sell a whistling point. That should put some excitement in your archery [eek]

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Hud
Try a hybrid bow, or an R&D if you want more zip.  I had a Robertson OD that was so darn fast, it kept shooting thru the target, so I sold it.
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Comanche1
High back feathers with a lot of helical.
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Steve Graf
I think y'all are on the wrong track...  Chuck wants a FAST bow, not noisy arrows.

The best way I've found to get a blazing fast arrow that boils the air on its way to the mark is a simple 3 step system:
  1. Relax and put your feet up;
  2. Enjoy some Dickle #12;
  3. Think about the best shot you took during your last rove on a sunny crisp day.
It's a well know fact that lubrication speeds things up [biggrin]


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chuckc
😉
ChuckC

Charter Member Traditional Archery Society

I did too !

Madison, Wisconsin.   Public land hunter
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tritn8
What I've noticed is that all the bows on movies make a loud "creaking" sound when they're drawn back.  I assume that's the key to getting the speed you're looking for.  [smile]
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old buck
Wrap some gauze around the points, soak with lighter fluid and....let er rip!
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Orion
I have to agree with Steve.  Works for me.  [biggrin]
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longcruise
Mine sizzle because the fletching is scientifically designed to give just the right sound to hypnotize a deer. [wink]  doesn't matter for elk cause when they hear it they just give the lead cow dumb looks and wait for her orders.  😉
Longcruise
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Twostrings
   As Gypsy said, fiddle with the fletching.
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