17026Re: Bow supplier question
- Jan 23, 2005--- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, Godwin FitzGilbert de Strigoil
> I had similar experiences, early in 2001 my linen backed red-oakbow
> from woodbows.com exploded. Thepast my
> upper limb gave way, and shot a 15" piece of the belly back just
> They two replaced it very quickly - with a non-linen backed bow.
> bow now holds my banner w/device on it.use.
> I have now heard of several of these bows breaking after not much
> As for drying out in the closet.....what do you think it's going
> in a "cool, dry" garage?Phil
> Their red-oak bows last for a little while. It's too bad because
> and the group are nice enough.I would like to take a moment to share something with all of you
> Just remember - you get what you pay for.
that I tell all my customers. Always store your bow in an area that
is not subject to large fluctuations in temperature. Keep your bow
away from ANY heat source. Remeber cooler is always better.
Preferably store your bow laying flat rather than standing it up on
its end. Keep it in a sloth bag (ie a bow sock) or wrapped in a
Krymson Archer Bows
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