Traditional Bowhunter Magazine

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#1 Post by Captainkirk »

Most, if not all of you are likely familiar with, or subscribers to TBM. But did you know there is a dedicated website that has some really excellent video and article links, not to mention clothing, gear, etc?
Here is the link, it's a great resource to add to your trad tackle kit!

https://tradbow.com/
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The latest (Dec/Jan) issue of TBM has an article dedicated to woodies, if you are interested.
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I've got two or three bundles of cedar and poplar shafts I haven't built yet, even some fiberglass. I believe one dozen is of some old cedar from way back when which is supposed to be really good stuff. Most likely one of the younger boys will get to try his hand at arrow building some day. I still have a few of the arrows Dad and I bought back in the 60's and 70's just for old times sake.
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#4 Post by White Falcon »

Thanks!

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#5 Post by tmattson »

Actually purchased my last two copies from a store, but joining here shortly.
Whats the latest edition?

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December/January. Just got it Monday.
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#7 Post by Hill billy »

Thanks for the reminder. I have been a subscriber for years but had forgotten about the website

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#8 Post by Mole trapper »

I have just found out about this magazine , if tge cost ro post to the UK isn't prohibitive I might subscribe. I know you can get digital quicker and cheaper, but I just prefer actual hard copies.

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#9 Post by Captainkirk »

It's an excellent mag. I've been a subscriber for around 10 years, and a reader for more than that. Not sure about overseas fees, but it's top-notch. Highly recommended!
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