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Opinions on Northwind Bows

Postby SteveMcD » Tue Jan 03, 2012 8:38 pm

I just made a deal on a Northwind GEM Reverse Handle Longbow, Bamboo limbs, Cocobolo Handle and horn tip overlays.
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"Someday you and I will take the Great Hart by our own skill alone, and with an arrow. And then the Little Gods of the Woods will chuckle, and rub their hands and say, "Look, brothers. An archer! The Old Times are not altogether gone!".
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Re: Opinions on Northwind Bows

Postby jeffhalfrack » Wed Jan 04, 2012 9:02 am

Steve is that a northwind bow from New York??? around buffalo? if so good shooter! I think at our club several guys have more than one!!! I can't remember the boywers name? but he makes a flat bow about 58" dam nice shooter!!!!! one guy has one made out of black locust (tha cause of my B.L. addiction! ) there is a guy that has that reverse handle he shoots the elk target prone better than any thing!!!!!!! good luck JEFFW
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Re: Opinions on Northwind Bows

Postby SteveMcD » Wed Jan 04, 2012 1:50 pm

Yes Jeff.. It is from Gerry Fiegl of Northwind Archery in Amherst - western new York.
"Someday you and I will take the Great Hart by our own skill alone, and with an arrow. And then the Little Gods of the Woods will chuckle, and rub their hands and say, "Look, brothers. An archer! The Old Times are not altogether gone!".
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Re: Opinions on Northwind Bows

Postby jeffhalfrack » Wed Jan 04, 2012 2:19 pm

Well you got one of the best from around here!!! the trad guys love them,,,if you ever get a chance to shoot one of his flat bows do it ! yes that looks like the one kujo shoots good luck JEFFW
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Re: Opinions on Northwind Bows

Postby SteveMcD » Wed Jan 04, 2012 4:23 pm

Thanks, Jeff..
"Someday you and I will take the Great Hart by our own skill alone, and with an arrow. And then the Little Gods of the Woods will chuckle, and rub their hands and say, "Look, brothers. An archer! The Old Times are not altogether gone!".
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