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    In the Blue Jimbow's Avatar
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    Arrows
    Arrow puller
    Large flat screwdriver
    Arrow rake
    Towel ( for cleaning arrows - I miss sometimes)
    Tabs ( several for when it rains and get wet)
    Arrow lube tube ( for 3D's)
    Tally counter
    Pen
    Couple of bow stringers


    Used to carry a lot more ( bincs, multi tools etc) cant be bothered now. Have a full repair kit in the car if I need to fix something or reserve a string over tea ( the most important part of shooting)

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    Soaring I've taken part in an AIUK American Shoot.The Fonz Award.AIUK subscriber. TJ Mason's Avatar
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    I have:
    • Beiter arm guard
    • wrist sling
    • out-of-date sight marks
    • Swiss Army knife
    • whistle
    • four pens
    • two finger tabs (I shoot compound, though...)
    • spectacles repair kit
    • spare Hoyt Super Rest (I shoot compound, but carry that in case someone else needs it)
    • spare belt clip for the quiver
    • small steel rod for use as a tommy bar
    "People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use." - Soren Kierkegaard
    Club: Phoenix Bowmen, Halifax, County: Yorkshire

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    6ft x 20" Mundaka Surf Company swallow tail hybrid shortboard
    6ft x 19" Bunty squashtail shortboard
    7'6" Bunty Glide mini mal.


    Oh... you mean that sort of quiver...

    Arrow puller, I stash my Cartel Plain 1 in it, scorecard and pen. And thats about it.
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    One less ACG arrow thanks to a sight error. The large field with 2ft long grass behind us now contains two.
    And the large area behind our club outdoor range another two.
    ARRGHHHH!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kernowlad View Post
    One less ACG arrow thanks to a sight error. The large field with 2ft long grass behind us now contains two.
    And the large area behind our club outdoor range another two.
    ARRGHHHH!!!!!

    Flippin heck - if you are going through ACG's like that then I would highly recommend investing in a metal detector !



    Karl
    I meant to do that - honest ! !

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    I bought one, it was terrible, I sent it back and borrowed a club one, spent two hours looking, no luck.
    Two more lost at the club last night; really struggling with the new thumb release.
    Thank goodness my son shot well or I'd be seriously considering selling my kit and giving up.

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