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   So I'm brand new to the bow world, and I know jack about bows.  Instead of bugging you guys with countless questions, I was wondering what forums you might belong to, or that you think may be a good for me to brows around on and find answers.
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I've found some pretty good bow guys here so I haven't bothered to look else where. Ask away....
You can get info on brands, shooting styles, proper shooting form, arrows, rests, peeps, broadheads and anything else you can think of. Most guys I've talked to here or more on the hunting page. Haven't heard much talk of the 3D world.
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Originally posted by Sgt. D Sgt. D wrote:

I've found some pretty good bow guys here so I haven't bothered to look else where. Ask away....
You can get info on brands, shooting styles, proper shooting form, arrows, rests, peeps, broadheads and anything else you can think of. Most guys I've talked to here or more on the hunting page. Haven't heard much talk of the 3D world.



I don't doubt the knowledge and experience of any of these guys,  just thought I might get some questions answered from reading existing forum posts and such, and not bugging everyone with problems that some might consider to be common knowledge.
Thanks D. I'll start another thread.
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I shoot traditional, long bow and recurve, and have been going to http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/ .
They have a lot of information.
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Thanks Tahqua , seems like a pretty good site, easy to navigate and informative to... already see what i have been doing wrong with my grip.
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I am a member at archery talk as well as a couple others on here.  I haven't visited it in a while simply because of the tone of that forum not being what i like.

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Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

I am a member at archery talk as well as a couple others on here.  I haven't visited it in a while simply because of the tone of that forum not being what i like.

 
That's why I am not on there any more.
 
Another one that I have found that I like alot is www.TexasBowHunter.com
It's pretty good and all the guys are very informative.
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Originally posted by Skylar McMahon Skylar McMahon wrote:

Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

I am a member at archery talk as well as a couple others on here.  I haven't visited it in a while simply because of the tone of that forum not being what i like.

 
That's why I am not on there any more.
 
Another one that I have found that I like alot is www.TexasBowHunter.com
It's pretty good and all the guys are very informative.


+1.  I used to go on the AT all the time, but haven't even logged on in over a year.  When I do go looking for info, I tend to go to TBH as well.  Good site, good guys, good info, not too much appendage measuring.
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Well I'm not from Texas, but if you guys like it, then it has to be worth a look at least... Thanks for all the input.
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Originally posted by GetSome GetSome wrote:

Well I'm not from Texas, but if you guys like it, then it has to be worth a look at least... Thanks for all the input.
 
There's quite a few that are not from Texas as well. But most of everyone on there is from Texas.
There is section devoted to tuning and equipment.
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Originally posted by Skylar McMahon Skylar McMahon wrote:

Originally posted by GetSome GetSome wrote:

Well I'm not from Texas, but if you guys like it, then it has to be worth a look at least... Thanks for all the input.
 
There's quite a few that are not from Texas as well. But most of everyone on there is from Texas.
There is section devoted to tuning and equipment.


I went on TBH last night for a while, and seems like a nice site.... man, they have a lot of everything on there... got hung up in a DIY thread for a long time. Hopefully get more time this weekend to browse around on there.  Thanks again guys.
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Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

I am a member at archery talk as well as a couple others on here.  I haven't visited it in a while simply because of the tone of that forum not being what i like.

x2 on this-I've been an member there for years and seem to really spotty feed back. I truely enjoy optics talk and all the people who have helped me here. There is a ton of very knowledgible people here.
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Originally posted by mil169 mil169 wrote:

Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

I am a member at archery talk as well as a couple others on here.  I haven't visited it in a while simply because of the tone of that forum not being what i like.

x2 on this-I've been an member there for years and seem to really spotty feed back. I truely enjoy optics talk and all the people who have helped me here. There is a ton of very knowledgible people here.
 
Completely agree.
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I have been a traditional bow shooter for over fifteen years now and "tradtalk" and "bowsite" are both very friendly forums with alot of available info,  Now please excuse me...I have to go check out texasbowhunters.
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