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3793Re: Learning bow making

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  • elwin@one.net
    Nov 4, 2000
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      --- In SCA-Archery@egroups.com, "paul kaveshan" <pkjdw@h...> wrote:
      > >From: elwin@o...
      >
      > My Lord James sir you live in the best state for bow
      > >making they have osage and the best boywers start with Jim Hamm
      > >write to Bois d Arc Press 4 Box 233,Azle Tx ,76020> also stay in
      touch
      > > go luck Elwin
      >
      > Jim Hamm, as in the Bowyers Bible writer? I didnt know he lived in
      Texas.
      > (Guess I should have read the cover) LOL
      >
      > There are some osage trees around, but so far, I don't know anyone
      who owns
      > the land and I'm not going to just start cutting trees down.
      >
      > I would like to find some already aged, but again, something tells
      me I will
      > have to acquire and age them myself, and it takes what 2 years to
      let it dry
      > enough before making?? I will be happy to learn on kiln dried wood
      and get
      > the "real" stuff later.
      >
      > Thank you all for the input and information.
      >
      > Ld James
      > Any boyer in the T B B will be glad to get you wood try this
      primitvearcher.com then go to links Elwin
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