The 4B* is the O’Hare Field of insects. Generally speaking, I hate insects. They put the ug in ugly. They fly like maniacs. And they don’t taste good.
I’ve put holes in aluminum arrows, shattered carbon arrows, shot off fletching, and broke I don’t know how many knocks. But this is the first time I did a Robin Hood. Here’s how…..
I put a lot of work into this bastard. They all hurt, but this one…
I broke a bow today.
Four straight broke sticks.
What can I say?
The BrokeStick StringWorks©®™ is finally staffed up and in full operation…
Here is my new bow scale, a present from my lovely assistant.
I had been checking my bows’ draw weights using a bathroom scale and a 2×4. Now I have this guy and let me tell you …
Just when you think the body of bowyerism knowledge is exhausted — read the chapter on string making in Vol. II — the authors of the Traditional Bowyer’s Bible open up all new avenues of bowyeristic mysticism.
I just finished the second volume. The G. Fred Asbell chapter on improving accuracy was immediately helpful. The rest….
The video below, part 1 of two parts, shows how any well adjusted person might make a quiver out of PVC pipe and various other materiel. Only two things about this video bother me: its velocity and it makes too much sense.