Anyone here use other archery forums?

K.B.808

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Just curious. I go my different unsernames throughout the various archery forums... grapplemonkey, 808grapplemonkey, Kawika B and others that I’ve completely forgotten. Archerytalk, Tradtalk, Leatherwall and a few others have all sucked more money and time out of me than I should have allowed... good times. I’m hoping my new endeavor with rifle shooting blesses me in the same ways... the money sucking thing has already started
 

iowaelkbum

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This site reminds me of archery talk. Many knowledgeable people who share with others. Listen and learn from some of the best in the world.
 

Greyfox

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Not so much now, but for many years I shot, hunted , and collected traditional archery equipment and was heavily engaged with the Leatherwall.
 

K.B.808

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I liked all the different forums. Tradgang became a regular visit after I found my way to traditional archery. Watching arrows fly was a great past time.
 

GregBFL

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I spend a fair amount of time over on ArcheryTalk as well..... And like you, my wallet is bleeding profusely and there is notaa tourniquet in sight. As far as crossbows are concerned, I live in Florida and on WMAs you can only use them during Archery season if you are disabled and have a special permit. Other than that, you have to use them in General Gun season and I don't know of anyone who would do that.
 

ka30270

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Same username over on AT. Been there for a long time and bought / sold more stuff than I can count over there........
 

KDF22

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Traditional Archery Society is a good site a lot of old farts there who shoot longbows and Tradgang is good.
 

dmj

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Go by the same handle on Archery Talk. And yes between firearms, glass and bows they keep my wallet pretty flat and my wife's hands over her ears and her eyes shut. I keep thinking that just for fun some day I'm going to tell her that I don't think I need anything else. But I afraid that she'd just fall over from shock. And I really do love her.
 

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