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Don B
02-09-2014, 09:20 AM
I have another club shoot today, it is going to be 1 arrow 42 unmarked 3-D targets.
Here is a link to the club I belong to, you can see the shoot info there along with all the clubs info.
I am going to go to the next board meeting and try to talk them into bidding on hosting the 2015 NFAA Unmarked 3-D Nationals.
http://www.orancobowmen.org/
I will try to remember to get some pics and post them up later today.
Don.

Don B
02-10-2014, 10:14 AM
Weater was awesome for the shoot, mid 70's. The course was set up real tough, shots out to around 75,70,65 yards.
I shot a low score but still able to bring home a win. I think we had 230 shooters for the day, 10 in my class.
Don.
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bob cooly
02-14-2014, 10:09 AM
That's some fine shootin Dave. What poundage are you shooting? And rest?

Arrow Splitter
02-14-2014, 07:25 PM
Congrats on some great shooting Don. I think you need a little competition out there now.LOL What is it now, 3 in a row?

A.S

wscywabbit
02-14-2014, 07:56 PM
Great job Don! Congrats :)

Don B
02-15-2014, 09:12 AM
That's some fine shootin Dave. What poundage are you shooting? And rest?

I am shooting 57 pounds and I shoot the best finger rest on the planet. It is a Timberdoodle ll from Specialty Archery.
Don.

Sonny Thomas
02-15-2014, 09:50 AM
Congrats, Don!

Dang, you just got brag about the weather. I ain't shot in over two weeks. If we got up into the 20 degree range we were lucky. 14 degrees right now.

Timberdoodle. When Bodoodle closed due to the original owner passing away a lot of us were downhearted. Archery Specialty bought Bodoodle and prices doubled.

Don B
02-15-2014, 12:41 PM
Congrats, Don!

Dang, you just got brag about the weather. I ain't shot in over two weeks. If we got up into the 20 degree range we were lucky. 14 degrees right now.

Timberdoodle. When Bodoodle closed due to the original owner passing away a lot of us were downhearted. Archery Specialty bought Bodoodle and prices doubled.

Sonny, here ya go...hee hee..http://local.msn.com/ten-day.aspx?q=Riverside-CA&eid=27898&zip=92507
Once I tryed a Timberdoodle I was hooked, but found that they were not NFAA leagel,
so I got the Timberdoodle ll and modifide the fins so it was ok to shoot it.
I shot it at the NFAA unmarked 3-D nationals and won, talked to the new owner there in the Specialty Archery booth and explained and showed him what had to be done to the rest. He was really happy to get feedback from a finger shooter, first ever on the new rest.
3 weeks later I get a call from him asking me if I would like to be on staff for the 2014 season, of course I said yes and thank you...
Don.

Sonny Thomas
02-15-2014, 06:32 PM
Yep, yakking with the right people gets you somewhere sometimes.