Tradtional clubs in Pennsylvania
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Contributors to this thread:
Snydleyed 01-Jun-19
Snydleyed 01-Jun-19
Hackbow 01-Jun-19
SteveBNY 02-Jun-19
JusPassin 02-Jun-19
Bowboy 02-Jun-19
leo17 02-Jun-19
JusPassin 02-Jun-19
ground hunter 02-Jun-19
JusPassin 02-Jun-19
leo17 02-Jun-19
jjs 02-Jun-19
eddie c 02-Jun-19
From: Snydleyed
01-Jun-19
Might be moving to Houston area looking for state club or trad clubs. Also indoor ranges in that area,

From: Snydleyed
01-Jun-19
Might be moving to Houston area looking for state club or trad clubs. Also indoor ranges in that area,

From: Hackbow
01-Jun-19
If you make the move, you will never find a finer group to shoot with, laugh with or do life with than the folks at Strictly Sticks in Alverton. If you have facebook, check them out at https://www.facebook.com/StrictlySticksTraditionalArchers/

Several of the guys are active on The Leatherwall and the PA Forum. Just ask around there.

From: SteveBNY
02-Jun-19
Perfect example of an "honest" opinion being a stupid one. "Wanna" make sure logic would be to use a gun - or a drone strike.

From: JusPassin
02-Jun-19
Better go buy a .444 Marlin to kill that big bad dear quickly there "real man".

From: Bowboy
02-Jun-19
I'm getting my popcorn and beer!

From: leo17
02-Jun-19
Hey Pat, Have you ever turkey hunted in Alabama?

From: JusPassin
02-Jun-19
My god Pat you truly are clueless. Way more deer wounded by compounds than trad bows as so many more long shots are taken by so many more hunters. Lots of reasons why many shoot compounds, the primary one being it takes way less practice and dedication and many of today's hunters can't or won't spend the time to become proficient but lethality has never been the issue.

02-Jun-19
"very hard to learn traditional" shooting an animal should be illegal",,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I just can not even respond to that,,,,,,,,, but will put some coffee on

From: JusPassin
02-Jun-19
Mr. "Pat" has to be a troll, it's the only thing that makes sense.

From: leo17
02-Jun-19
Hey Pat, Have you ever turkey hunted in Alabama?

From: jjs
02-Jun-19
Pat, you need to drudge up the (Ok.) McAllister Armory Traditional Bowhunting study on the wounding rate with compound and traditional, this will give you an unbiased report.

When I read this comment my hair in the back off my neck rises, either to new or clueless in bowhunting, maybe TBM is back.

From: eddie c
02-Jun-19
The original poster simply asked where he may contact a traditional club. That doesn't mean he hunts traditional. I know of a club that 2/3rds of it's membership don't hunt, they just enjoy shooting. All of these "poor Hunter" comments may be unnecessary.

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