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I picked up my first compound bow at the age of 22 and after first learning to shoot and then hunt with it, I was off and running on my life’s archery odyssey. Over the years I gained in my proficiency and was
fortunate to be able to take a number of game animals with modern bows. Despite my success, however, for me it was just not quite complete.
My interest in traditional archery began as I learned more about the roots of our hunting heritage and the history of the bows of Native Americans. I was in awe of the skill that these indigenous people developed
with simple wooden bows and arrows and at how they carved a life out of the wilderness with their woodsmanship and their ability to get close killing shots at the game they hunted.
I bought my first “stickbow” in the late 1990’s. It was a
beautiful recurve made with a zebrawood riser and red elm limbs. There was only one problem.
“Could someone please tell me how to shoot this thing”?!
Articles by Claudia Eisenmann
Reviews by Claudia Eisenmann
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