I put down my recurve at age 16 when I bought a compound, now I want to pick it up again. I don't have my original bow but I do have a new (used) one and need to get most of the accessories but I can't find much out there even surfing the net.
Where do you guys shop ?
I used to have brush buttons on my old bow and now I can't even find them anywhere, Do they still make/use them ?
There's a ton of traditional archery suppliers on the net. I don't know if this site permits mentioning them, so I aplogize in advance if I'm breaking the rules, but here are a few of my favorites.
fs discount archery
valley traditional archery
Pick up a copy of Traditional Bowhunter magazine and you'll see a ton of advertisers, most of whom are very pleasant to deal with. No one gets into the traditional archery business for the huge dividends it pays, so you tend to get a lot of smaller mom-and-pop type operations who value service and customer satisfaction more than the larger sporting goods suppliers.
Also, if you want to email me, I can send you the names of a few very good web sites for traditional archery with great BBS's.
We've got the brush buttons here Glasseye https://www.jesseshunting.com/osCommerce/pr...roducts_id/2799
I'm a trad shooter too and we're trying to get the store stocked with a lot of trad gear too.
Jeff "Jesse" James - Owner of Jesse's Hunting & Outdoors
You can always tell who's in 2nd place by who's whining and crying the most. - Old hockey coach.
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