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    I usually would let folks look at or shoot my bows. If I felt uneasy about it I would stand there and coach or walk them through the shot. I never had anyone wreck a bow yet.

    This was uasally high end target stuff as well. Life's to short to get worked up, have a blast with the sport and pass on the legacy.
    Last edited by JDX--; 01-12-2012 at 10:50 AM.
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    Never had a bow I wouldn't let others shoot. Many current archers shot their first arrow out of one of my bows.

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    its really simple guys, if they ask to shoot your bow or wanna try to pull it back. Just put a arrow in the bow reach them a hinge release and say you have to use this. I promise you wont be asked anymore...

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    This is much difficult for me.

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    Default shoot my bow

    shooting is one thing but drawing without a arrow no way.

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