Back Issues: Volume 11 Set Issues 1-4

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Vol. 11 Issue 1

FEATURES

Death in the Hedges: Poitiers by Gene Langston
Making That Flint Arrowhead by Roger Warmuskerken
Sharpening Broadheads With A File by Dean Torges
Classical Archer by Suzanne Yonker
Burnt Offering by Mark St. Louis
Vine Maple by Curtis Brisky
Leather and Lace by John Sturtevant
Winter Survival Bow by Doug Theiner
Breaking the Slump by Reg Darling

DEPARTMENTS
Medicine Man – Hercules’ Club by T.R. Zimmermann
It Works for Me by Mickey “The Ferret” Lotz
Master Tracker Series – Understanding the Seven Steps Using the Key Word T.R.A.C.K.E.R. Part II
by Ty Cunningham
Backtrails:
Brotherhood of the Bow
by Kevin Brooks
Poet’s Corner:
New Glow
by Homer Luther

 

Vol. 11 Issue 2

FEATURES

Takedowns for the Frugal Bowyer by Rusty “Trashwood” Craine and Mike “Wingnut” Westvang
Diane Crow Dog: An Elder Talks About Lakota Bows by K.I. Koppedrayer and Mike One Star
A Simple String Keeper by Brian Halblieb
English Archery in the Hundred Year’s War by Peter McLaren
Simple Is Good by Mickey Lotz
Bert Grayson, Archery’s Historian by Jack Harrison
So Let’s Make an Arrowhead by John McPherson
Homemade Arrow Shafts by Keven Statwick

DEPARTMENTS
Medicine Man – Buckthorn by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef – Venison Scaloppini by Bill Campbell
It Works for Me – Using a Guide to Cut the Nock or Point Ends on a Shaft by Cliff King
Bow of the Month – by Don Berg
Me and My Bow – First selfbow by John Mitchell
Master Tracker Series – Understanding the Seven Steps Using the Key Word T.R.A.C.K.E.R.Part II Continued by Ty Cunningham
Backtrails – The Boneyard by John Wiehe
Poet’s Corner: The Gathering by Bryant Wils


Vol. 11 Issue 3FEATURESLet’s Make An Arrowhead, pt.2 by John McPherson
The New England Primitive Skills Gathering by Will Sampson
A Primitive Flax Bowstring by Duane Spangler
Build It And They Will Come by Navio Occhialini
Patching Bow Limbs by Dean Torges
So Ya Wanna Build A Curly Bow? by Dale Yessak

DEPARTMENTS
White Holly by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef – Fajita Meat by Bill Campbell
It Works for Me – Hawaii’s Bamboo Arrow by Mike Sakamoto
Bow of the Month – by Don Berg
Master Tracker Series – Understanding the Seven Steps Using the Key Word T.R.A.C.K.E.R.Part III Continued by Ty Cunningham
Backtrails – Too Old To Hunt?by George Henrich
Poet’s Corner: The Tool by Chip Cavin

 

Vol. 11 Issue 4

FEATURES

Let’s Make An Arrowhead, pt.3by John McPherson
Lacquered Nodes, Cherry Bark Finishes and Other Things by K.I. Koppedrayer
Horse Archery and Momma by Elizabeth McGhee
Handicapping the Odds by Dean Torges
The vikings by Gene Langston
The Tillering Board by Michael Barham
Splicing Footing Arrows by Bruce Kann

DEPARTMENTS
Medicine Man -Wild Black Cherry by T.R. Zimmermann
It Works for Me – The Simple Self Nock by Mickey Lotz
Bow of the Month – by Don Berg
Me and My Bow – Lauren’s Bow by Jeff Baugrud
Primitive Chef – Fallen Fowl with Apple Walnut Chutneyby Bill Campbell
Master Tracker Series – Who’s the World’s Best Tracker? by Ty Cunningham
Backtrails – Getting Close by Darren Higgens
Poet’s Corner – Her Woodsby Homer Luther

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Volume 11 Issues 1-4

Issue 1

FEATURES

Death in the Hedges: Poitiers by Gene Langston
Making That Flint Arrowhead by Roger Warmuskerken
Sharpening Broadheads With A File by Dean Torges
Classical Archer by Suzanne Yonker
Burnt Offering by Mark St. Louis
Vine Maple by Curtis Brisky
Leather and Lace by John Sturtevant
Winter Survival Bow by Doug Theiner
Breaking the Slump by Reg Darling

DEPARTMENTS
Medicine Man – Hercules’ Club by T.R. Zimmermann
It Works for Me by Mickey “The Ferret” Lotz
Master Tracker Series – Understanding the Seven Steps Using the Key Word T.R.A.C.K.E.R. Part II
by Ty Cunningham
Backtrails:
Brotherhood of the Bow
by Kevin Brooks
Poet’s Corner:
New Glow
by Homer Luther

Issue 2

FEATURES

Takedowns for the Frugal Bowyer by Rusty “Trashwood” Craine and Mike “Wingnut” Westvang
Diane Crow Dog: An Elder Talks About Lakota Bows by K.I. Koppedrayer and Mike One Star
A Simple String Keeper by Brian Halblieb
English Archery in the Hundred Year’s War by Peter McLaren
Simple Is Good by Mickey Lotz
Bert Grayson, Archery’s Historian by Jack Harrison
So Let’s Make an Arrowhead by John McPherson
Homemade Arrow Shafts by Keven Statwick

DEPARTMENTS
Medicine Man – Buckthorn by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef – Venison Scaloppini by Bill Campbell
It Works for Me – Using a Guide to Cut the Nock or Point Ends on a Shaft by Cliff King
Bow of the Month – by Don Berg
Me and My Bow – First selfbow by John Mitchell
Master Tracker Series – Understanding the Seven Steps Using the Key Word T.R.A.C.K.E.R.Part II Continued by Ty Cunningham
Backtrails – The Boneyard by John Wiehe
Poet’s Corner: The Gathering by Bryant Wils

Issue 3

FEATURES

Let’s Make An Arrowhead, pt.2 by John McPherson
The New England Primitive Skills Gathering by Will Sampson
A Primitive Flax Bowstring by Duane Spangler
Build It And They Will Come by Navio Occhialini
Patching Bow Limbs by Dean Torges
So Ya Wanna Build A Curly Bow? by Dale Yessak

DEPARTMENTS
White Holly by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef – Fajita Meat by Bill Campbell
It Works for Me – Hawaii’s Bamboo Arrow by Mike Sakamoto
Bow of the Month – by Don Berg
Master Tracker Series – Understanding the Seven Steps Using the Key Word T.R.A.C.K.E.R.Part III Continued by Ty Cunningham
Backtrails – Too Old To Hunt?by George Henrich
Poet’s Corner: The Tool by Chip Cavin

Issue 4

FEATURES

Let’s Make An Arrowhead, pt.3by John McPherson
Lacquered Nodes, Cherry Bark Finishes and Other Things by K.I. Koppedrayer
Horse Archery and Momma by Elizabeth McGhee
Handicapping the Odds by Dean Torges
The vikings by Gene Langston
The Tillering Board by Michael Barham
Splicing Footing Arrows by Bruce Kann

DEPARTMENTS
Medicine Man -Wild Black Cherry by T.R. Zimmermann
It Works for Me – The Simple Self Nock by Mickey Lotz
Bow of the Month – by Don Berg
Me and My Bow – Lauren’s Bow by Jeff Baugrud
Primitive Chef – Fallen Fowl with Apple Walnut Chutneyby Bill Campbell
Master Tracker Series – Who’s the World’s Best Tracker? by Ty Cunningham
Backtrails – Getting Close by Darren Higgens
Poet’s Corner – Her Woodsby Homer Luther

 

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Weight 22 oz
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 4 in
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