#262 TRADITIONAL RECURVE BOW [365 Survival]

#262 TRADITIONAL RECURVE BOW [365 Survival]



only been 10 years of my job lower it's been forever just pull it down I am ridiculously excited about this new bow it is a recurve bow and it is 62 inches long and it holds back 28 pounds the nice thing about the recurve is that you can always take the limbs off and replace them and the limbs are about like 30 bucks for new limbs so that's pretty nice the way that I have it now is unstrung just a really quick tip whenever you have a recurve or longbow or anything you want to store it kind of strong better get to the habit of knowing how to string a nun string your bow and you'll learn how to do it very very quickly it's been about 10 years since I've strung it on unstrung the new bow or even shot a recurve so I'm so excited I'm probably not going to shoot in the backyard for a while because I'm not confident with my shots maybe I'll shoot like super close to it just to get really good at it but ah this is a great tree and yeah there's lots of different brands of bows but pretty excited another nice thing about a recurve is that like I said the limbs can actually come off so you can unscrew this and pack it down so this can go like in my bug-out bag or on the side or whatever and then these are the arrows they're not wood but they are feathered which is they're not I don't think these are actual feathers I think these are plastic feathers but they're feather fish and I'm going to make some wooden arrows here in a little bit not today but anyway yeah so pretty excited but with traditional is that you're looking straight down the arrow so contrary to popular belief you actually do have to aim when you do recurve or anything else we saw this one kid was who he would pull up and just like draw like as soon as he like he didn't aim or anything that's not the way to do it with a weaker you do so damn a little bit but you can't hold it back as far it's just not good for the limbs as long breath so pulling going but you're aiming basically the entire time okay much better I keep holding it like really high he's going is that to get used to the bone a lot different there's no sites to help you till your eyes yeah Oh instinct after a while but I really like to get to much better than what I was just doing it of course it's still kind of all over the place as long as it's on the target as my husband was just saying um the nice thing about traditional is that this is actually forcing me to be a lot better it's forcing me to have the instinct to actually shoot exactly where I need to shoot instead of having a site dictate where I shoot you know it's this is all instinct you know following the arrow your position I mean your your position and your body is going to be even more important now so yeah I am thrilled to get that instinct back while these arrows aren't wooden they do still have the feather like fletching and one thing to keep in mind if you do have a recurve or anything they need to be as pretty as possible is the best way to say it like if they ever start spreading apart or anything like that it could mean because you're like crushing the feathers together when you hold them so the brief the thing that I learned that I really took out of the class in which I learned recurve was to always hold it at the bottom like holding the tips and plus it's a safety thing so you're going to pull them out of the target keep the tips in your hands and then walk you know so if you fall you're not going to impale yourself or anybody else yeah so that's just my little my little tip for today it's the one thing I really remember and I do that with all my arrows today even with they even the ones that don't have fletching feathers so husking to my video for today I'm super excited to be trying it out

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