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WTT3 results!

Postby tjdeerslayer37 » Sat Apr 25, 2009 10:12 pm

well ernie you ended up getting the pretty bow prize, after a DOUBLE tie breaker between you and jwillis.


heres the regular class with 12 strand 8125 strings and 6 3/4" brace
10 gpp is on the left, the 9 gpp is on the right. cant figure out how to spread them apart...


195.7 dbl carbon centaur 206
195 dan steenhoek (osage riser) 204
194 dan steenhoek (boxelder/coco) 203
193.7 kirkll (t/d sasquatch) 203
191.7 a&h hybrid 199
191 tjdeerslayer37 (coco riser/ curly maple all glass) 201
191 hornseeker (dbl carbon limbs) 200
191 kcbrown 199
191 kenro (glass ) 199
191 bkinwisconsin(glass) 201
189.7 kenro (recurve) 199
189.7 jwillis (single carbon) 198
189 bobmeister 197
189 ben 197
189 catamount 198
189 grizz (grizzly bows, actionwood riser) 197
188.7 shortbldtr (long nocks) 198
188.7 hornseeker (single carbon/foam) 197
188.7 tjdeerslayer37 (partner bow) 197
188 hornseeker (zebra/carbon) 197
188 grizz (grizzly bows, mesquite riser) 195
187.7 ben (bocote veneers) 196
187.7 marc (hoyt G3, TAC firefly) 197
187.7 shortbldtr (short nocks) 198
187.3 mibowhunter 197
187 longbow dave 195
186.3 kirkll (curly maple riser sasquatch) 196
185.3 bullmtnarchery 193
184.3 jwillis (glass) 192
182.7 bkinwisconsin 191
179.7 feral donkey 188
178.7 Dustynose 186
177.3 mike robin 184
177 Dustynose 185

hot rod class (6 strand string, 6" brace minimum)

199.7 kenro (dbl carbon)
198 dan steenhoek (double carbon, osage riser)
197.7 tjdeerslayer37 (all glass :twisted: )
193 tjdeerslayer37 (single carbon)
193 kirkll (actionboo riser)
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Re: results!

Postby rwsbow » Sat Apr 25, 2009 10:17 pm

Holy Crap!!!...look at them freakin' numbers!!! :o :shock:

Looks like some Pirates are building some hellacious bow!!!!! ;) :D
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Re: results!

Postby BMG » Sat Apr 25, 2009 11:01 pm

most impressive gentlemen. (insert big clapping hands here)
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Re: results!

Postby Bobmeister » Sat Apr 25, 2009 11:17 pm

Sigh......of relief. I'm happy. :D :D :D :D :D :D
Looks like we have some great numbers here. Ken, wish I would have put the Centaur in the hot rod class with one of them skinny strings. I wonder how much difference it would have made? But still that will give Jimmy Neves some free publicity.
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Re: results!

Postby dustynose » Sun Apr 26, 2009 12:30 am

Well, congratulations, impressive numbers, save mine :( ;) :) ... I hoped the machine could add a bit to get them in the 180s like what I measured over here. ;) But so I know my hand release seems not to be too bad :D and my arrows probably slightly too light when doing my tests here (did not weigh them too meticulously, I must admit)
When I see this long list I figure you had a lot of work to do today. I am drinking coffee, you may still be drinking some beers an be really tired - seven hours difference I guess.
Conclusion: There is still a noticeable difference between what an all natural material bow can do and the numbers that can be done with modern materials. I missed badger in the list - isn´t he there, I guess he would have done some fps more in favour of the reputation of the wooden sticks.... :) We will have to keep on working to see wether limits are already reached or there are still some fps left to be made when we put wood and grass together.
Thank you for your great work and keep on having a good time altogether!

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Re: results!

Postby GraemeK » Sun Apr 26, 2009 12:56 am

Well done to everyone -- great results.
Glad to see the event has not degenerated into a drinkathon. Not that I see a problem with that -- Its just more difficult to get accurate results.
Have to say tj's all glass result is impressive

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Re: results!

Postby Kenro » Sun Apr 26, 2009 7:11 am

Wow, what a night! My head is a little thick right now. and there will definately be some recovery time needed.

It was very easy to see results of education that is shared and absorbed here on POA. Just look at last years results with mixed (normally lower) brace heights vs this years standard 6 3/4 brace heights and the averages are still higher. Very cool! :D
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Re: results!

Postby michbowhunter » Sun Apr 26, 2009 7:47 am

WOW those are some close and very fast numbers...Wish I could have been there, I got rained on all weekend trying to stick a turkey :x Hope you guys had a ball!!!
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Re: results!

Postby tjdeerslayer37 » Sun Apr 26, 2009 8:07 am

Hanno those bows were amazing that you sent in! The tips were incredible and I really really liked the antler inlay at the shelf.

Jared your bow stood out too, I really liked it.

All the bows were great and really close, we've certainly grown in knowledge since last year
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Re: results!

Postby kcbrown » Sun Apr 26, 2009 9:31 am

Those are some great numbers for everybody. Thanks to all of you for getting this project done again. I sure would have liked to have been there. Maybe next year. I wish I would have had you do the hot rod on mine too.
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