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 Post subject: MY TWEE TRADISIONELE BOE
PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:21 am 
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Ek het hierdie twee boë gekoop by Pierre de Wet van Cupido.
My belangstelling het effe afgeneem sedert ek hulle so jaar terug ontvang het.
Ek het besluit om hulle weer af te stof en my g@t in rat te kry. Hulle verdien bloed.
Vir die ouens wat tradisioneel skiet. Watter dier is die beste om mee te begin? Walk n Stalk natuurlik.
Hierby bietjie fotos vir brêg as n beginner. swart pyle met 46# en woodgrain pyle met 62#. Afstand 20 tree.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:27 am 
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O gaats
Van my pics is te groot en wil nie plaas nie.
Ek sal weer later probeer.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:33 am 
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En jouwaarlik ek kry dit toe reg.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:40 am 
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As ons net pleinweg praat van die reaksie tyd van die dier sal ek defnetief vir eers weg bly van vlakvark,rooibok en gemsbokke. Hulle is ontsaglik vinnig.
Koedoe en veral blouwildebees skiet baie lekker met n boog.
Maar dit hang seker maar af van n hele paar faktore

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:00 pm 
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Kudu cow, blesbok or fallow deer would be good places to start.

Didn't know there was Trad archery interest in Qtn, I used to shoot a lot but time was an issue. Nice groupings you've got going there.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 3:51 pm 
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Thanks Ranger.
As a kid I had a Red Bear (I think that was the name) fiber glass bow.
The bow was traded from a friend for an old I think Model 17 Gecado air rifle.
I tell you the arrows flew faster than any pellet out of that old Pellet gun.
That bow was my constant companion and the dowel arrows with plastic fletches from the local co-op did not fly too straight.
However i did a lot of string time on that thing. I think that kind of gave me some feel for the game.
When I got these bows it just felt as though i had my little red bear back in my hands. It all came kind of natural


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 4:46 pm 
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Ja wragtig ek het al op videos gesien hoe daai vark kan duck :laugh:
Ek het nog n takbok wat klaar betaal is maar nog op die voete is.......
Wie weet. Miskien moet ek dit probeer.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 5:30 pm 
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airhunter wrote:
Ja wragtig ek het al op videos gesien hoe daai vark kan duck :laugh:
Ek het nog n takbok wat klaar betaal is maar nog op die voete is.......
Wie weet. Miskien moet ek dit probeer.



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 7:42 pm 
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Very very nice Ranger. I will try that.
Sheez. Thats really something to work towards.


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Ek plaas hierdie jag sommer by julle boogjag item. Eerste keer dat ek sien 'n kudu se stoom raak so gou op met 'n pyl wat "min" gepenetreer het.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:16 pm 
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Ek sou ook eerder met Koedoe begin, hulle is maar sag vir so groot bok. Hart, long area is baie groot en maklik om raak te skiet.
Fallow deer is ook nie te moeilik nie, hang seker van waar dit is en hoeveel bokke bymekaar is. Ek kon al 8 meter van 'n troppie kom, was nie op die skietlys nie, sal nie weet hoe maklik hulle omval nie.

Ja oom, daai swak penetrasie skoot het die koedoe mooi in een long gevang, gemsbok het nog vir jou die vlak gaan wys met daai skoot :)

Lekker besigheid daai stok boog, jy moet net baie oefen en jou broadheads moet reg wees. Verkies 225gr Muzzy Phantom met die bleeder blades. Dit is nou nie tradisionele broadheads nie, maar hulle maak mooi op kort aftand.
Sien hulle is nie meer op Muzzy se produk lys nie.

Mooi dag, lekker stok skiet!


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 3:08 pm 
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Zwickey broadheads is wat ek beplan.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:52 pm 
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Hulle sal great werk, lyk ook meer tradisioneel :) As hulle nie swaar genoeg is nie, kan jy altyd brass inserts gebruik.
Wie verkoop hulle in SA? Wat is hul gewig?


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DiscoBiscuit wrote:
Hulle sal great werk, lyk ook meer tradisioneel :) As hulle nie swaar genoeg is nie, kan jy altyd brass inserts gebruik.
Wie verkoop hulle in SA? Wat is hul gewig?


Brass inserts are usually available in 50 and 100 grains. I always used 100 grain inserts even on my compound. A high FOC is the way to go for hunting arrows IMHO.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 6:48 am 
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Hi Disco
As ek reg onthou is die head 100grein en die alu insert bring hom effens op
Hierdie het ek by Bushman archery in Grahamstown gekoop in vroeg 2016.
Die aanduiding toe was dat hulle kan kry as hulle nie stock het nie. Bel hulle. Vriendelikke mense.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 8:10 am 
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Brass inserts are usually available in 50 and 100 grains. I always used 100 grain inserts even on my compound. A high FOC is the way to go for hunting arrows IMHO.[/quote]


Yes the head is 125 Grain not 100 as Ive stated above and the alu insert is 50 grain. If i remember correctly the total on mine is 175 Grain.
A high FOC is the way to go for hunting arrows indeed.


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Air Hunter, animals are on high alert at the water. That is often where predators ambush them. The same animal that you find grazing/browsing somewhere else in the bush will be less "on edge" than one at the water. For that reason, I don't think you should discount warthogs. I find them easier to hunt on walk & stalk than most other animals. Their eyesight is not that good plus when their heads are down while rooting or grazing they see even less. You can get really close to warthogs. I'm not saying you should focus on warthogs. Just saying that the animals you find in the bush will be less on edge than those at the water so any species could be on your list. String-jump is less of a factor in my opinion. If the animal looks nervous or if it might be aware of you then pass up the shot. Given the limited opportunities the walk & stalk hunter may get, if there is a clear shot within your competent range, and the animal is relaxed, and it's within the budget, then taking what nature offers you is not a bad way to approach it.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:44 am 
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Thank you Dimitri.

I will never shoot any animal over water.
I have no problem with others doing so. I just wont.
I tend to see your point and without any experience would agree.
I have seen a few W&S videos on pigs away from water and I can see from those that you are likely right.
Some are even shot on their sleep :laugh:


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