By Saxton Pope
This vintage unique published in 1923, tells the story of the writer and his acquaintances who took up looking deer with the bow and arrow within the overdue teen's and went directly to harvest Cougar, Black undergo, Dall Sheep, Moose, Grizzly endure, and Kodiak undergo with their simple hand-crafted wood bows and arrows. Dr. Pope informs you ways to make your personal take on too. This treatise at once and ultimately encouraged the hundreds of thousands and now thousands of sportsmen to absorb looking with the bow and arrow. it's considered as the bible of recent bowhunting. This version is the 1st paperback of this name in 26 years. This vital identify has now not been to be had in any shape for 7 years.
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A description of yew trees and their location may be had from Sudworth's "Forest Trees of the Pacific Slope," to be obtained from the Government Printing Office at Washington. My own staves I cut near Branscomb, Mendocino County, and at Grizzly Creek on the Van Duzen River, Humboldt County, California. Splendid staves have been shipped to me from this latter county, coming from the neighborhood of Korbel. Yew is an evergreen tree with a leaf looking a great deal like that of redwood, hemlock, or fir at a distance.
Answer 4. Out of nine arrows tested, five consistently made a good close group and four as consistently went out. The "outs," however, were uniform in the direction and distance they took. It would be possible by this machine to select arrows that would make co-incidental patterns. It is obvious, however, that differences in individual arrows are greatly exaggerated by the apparatus, because it was quite apparent by this test that any good archer could group these hits much closer than the machine delivered them.
In our experience one in constant use lasts from three to five years. The longer the bow, the longer its life. Some, of course, break or come to grief after a short period, others live to honorable old age. Yew bows are in existence today that were made many thousands of years ago, but, of course, they would break if shot. Many bows over one hundred years old are still in use occasionally. I have estimated that the average life of a good bow should exceed one hundred thousand shots, after which time it begins to fret and show other signs of weakness.