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    has any one got any good robin hood storys post pics of your robbin hoods

    i got one the other day when i first got my bow it was like the 20 shot out of it and i have 2 others from my old bow look

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    Wow, that's pretty awesome. I'm glad you got a picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 96xjclassic View Post
    Wow, that's pretty awesome. I'm glad you got a picture.
    ya well i keep all my arrows i robin hood just like this i dont take the risk for them braking in flight and go into my hand so i just put a tad of glue on the arrows to keep them together and for the deer i shot with a gun i put the robin hoods on there racks

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    That will get expensive if you keep doing it....
    " all arrows are around 60 for a half dozen and arount 120 to 150 for a dozen "
    At around 10 bucks an arrow, it won't take too many to make a dent in your wallet!
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    Here's some of my RobinHoods. It gets expensive after awhile. I try not to shoot groups.

    Here's my RH video,
    http://youtu.be/qNa8uYDD54w




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    You would think I'd have learnt my lesson after the first time.

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    it starts in a deep forest toss in madin and some merry men and ..... Oh not what you ment...lol
    Truthfuly i use uni bushing's for a long time now so all i have is some busted nock's and chewed up bushing's added with riped up fletching.. funny thing is they still fly the same... my plan is to shoot em off..

    Now when ever I get back to my BT release on the target bow arrows will start to explode again...
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    I have one at my dad's somewhere that I stacked 2 into 1. I'll have to see if I can find it. That was back in the early 90's using aluminum. Didn't impress dad due to the fact that he was buying my arrows then, at least it was at cost when his hunting and fishing store was open.

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