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here's a few favorites......

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Nate- it looks like the magazine say's Bowhunter, do you know what year it was? I would like to find a copy of that one.
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Not the best quality but....

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Yes, I want to read the rest of the Brunner article too!


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here's the article....I read it when it came out, so much that I wore out the ink on my copy....lol.  speaks of class

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John has moved back into the Bitterroot, Gene Wensel stopped by to see him when he was here,. said John looked good and was back at the Gym working out again. I will have to stop by some afternoon and pick his brain. I just bought an arrow off ebay that I 99% sure Howard made for himself, maybe John can verify that for me.
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I knew I should have bought that arrow.  My lack of knowledge kept me from bidding.  I wanted that broadhead, but thought it might have just been made barbless by someone at a later date.  Let us know what you find out Bob.  Thanks.
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Mike:

The arrow was made by John Lee in 1972, as for the barbed broadhead. The heads with a cast ferrule never had a barbed die, they used the barbless blade and just clipped the barbless section off, So you really didn't miss anything.
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notice how 'short' Schulz's longbow is....he's resting the tip on his boot and he's about 5'8" tall or so....  I'm reworking on of his hunting longbows and it's only 64" long for a 26" draw.  It shoots quick and is very stable.  I'm kinda liking the balance of the 64" length.....hhmmm
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Nate- I recall noticing the length of all their bows in this pic the first time I read Straight Shooting.  Is the bow you're working on stringfollow or backset?


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Backset...glass backed and faced. That photo shows some glass bows and "naturals" bows.
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I have hunted with 64" t/d Hills ... this pic is 64" Wesley Special , Ebony riser and tips ...

in fact this was the bow that I sold to another Ben who started the Hill "bug" thread over at TG ...

given that I wasn't shooting heaps and heaps of arrows they worked just fine ...

At 27" in draw and an inherent rover, stumper even whilst hunting I prefer 66" ... but can shoot 64" no problems ... this bow was setback 

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Nate- Good catch.  I hadn't noticed the Naturals earlier. 

Ben- I have a few 64" bows and like the feel.  They seem to work well for my 26" draw.  I don't mind the longer bows either but definitely notice the extra length when maneuvering them around.

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Who is in that pic?  Are those John's Kids and brother?  

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From the left: James Schulz, Tom Schulz, Dave Schulz and John Sculz. The first three are his sons.
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Thanks Mike.  I have always been impressed with John's son in Hittem the hard way.   Such a smooth draw and hitting aspirin at that young!  Wow! Does anyone know if his son's are still active with traditional archery?
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Jeremy,

Tom is the shootinest son of the longbow family.  Steve hunts with a longbow as does John Jr. and Dave when they have time.  James uses a compound these days. 

Tom is still a really good shot.

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What ever became of Steve and his attempt at bringing back "American Longbow Co", he had some great old photos on his site.
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Thanks for the info. Nate.  I guess I better keep practicing. lol.  Most compound guys could not shoot that well.  I love the Hill style longbow.  I just wish there was more info. on John Schulz and his family.

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Steve went through some very difficult personal issues....I don't know if he will ever be the same.  As far as his archery business, he left quite a few guys in the lurch.

I too liked his old photos and nostalgia

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