Back Issues: Volume 14 Set Issues 1-5

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Vol. 14 Issue 1

FEATURES
They Speak Archery… With a German Accent
by Kay Koppedrayer
The Hardest Game
by Mickey Lotz
How to Make Your Own Laminated Arrows
by Marc St. Louis
Prickly Pear Cactus
by T.R. Zimmermann
First Annual Bending Bow
by Nikki & John Wetzel
Turkey Hunting 101
by Tony Kinton
The Purist
by Donald Thurman
Splined Self-Nock Jig
by Nick Theodoratos
Don’t Touch the Young Wild Animals
by Tom & Joanne O’Toole
True Story of a Jaguar Hunt
by Charles E. Grayson
Bois d’Arc: A Brief Biography
by Gary Lantz

DEPARTMENTS
Hunting
Magic in the Bent Stick
Logic, Sentiment, and Potential Outcome
by Tony Kinton
Book Review
The Horn of the Hare
by Ed Ingold
A Closer Look
Product Review
by Tony Kinton
Bows of the Month and Bow of the Year
by Don Berg
Medicine Man ®
White Oak
by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef ®
Dutch Oven Turkey Braise with Biscuits
by Bill Campbell
Backtrails
The Resurrection of Self-Determination
by Daniel Schindler
Poet’s Corner
Fur Coat
by Homer Luther

 

Vol. 14 Issue 2

FEATURES
Hunting through Medieval Literature
by Dore Ripley
Problem Bow Stave
by Charles E. Grayson
A Murder of Crows,
Crécy: 26 August 1346
by Gene Langston
Witnessing the Experience of “Passing it On”
by Sarah Wysocki
From the Cayugas to MOJAM: The Eastern North American Community Bow Project
by Steve Parker
Target-less Practice
by John R. Edgerton
MOJAM ‘05, A Photo Essay
by Tony Kinton
Going Primitive in Connecticut
by Will Sampson
2005 Flight Shoot
by Ed Ingold

DEPARTMENTS
A Closer Look
Product Review
by Tony Kinton
Bows of the Month
by Don Berg
Hunting
Where Are We Going?
by Tony Kinton
Medicine Man ®
Fringe Tree
by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef ®
The English Pasty and the French Cassoulet
by Bill Campbell
Backtrails
Respect for all Creation
by Charles LeBlanc
Poet’s Corner
Primitive but Good
by Nick Carr

 

Vol. 14 Issue 3

FEATURES
Lakota Sioux Capture Another Lost Art
by Jay Red Hawk & David Gray
Simplified Bowhunting
by Mickey Lotz
The Power of Stone
by Marc St. Louis
Fish Skin Backings
by Tim Ott
Bowfishing Gear
by Tim Ott
Backing a Bow with Gar Skin
by David Frana
Better/Safer Hunting. Got GPS?
by David Ittner
Estrella Archery Competition
by John R. Edgerton
West Virginia Black Ash Baskets
by Jim Eaves

DEPARTMENTS
Hunting
Is There Yet Promise?
by Tony Kinton
A Closer Look
Product Review
by Tony Kinton
Bows of the Month
by Don Berg
Master Tracking Series
Six Indicators of Scout Tracking
by Ty Cunningham
Medicine Man ®
Swamp Locust
by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef ®
Grilled Lemon Butter Trout
by Bill Campbell
Poet’s Corner
Geezer Camp
by Señor Gezzer
Backtrails
Circle of Life
by Michael Huff

 

Vol. 14 Issue 4

FEATURES
Tiller it in the Wild!
by Robert H. Miller
Black Powder, White Smoke, and Feathered Shafts
by Dick Weaver
Making Arrow Naturally
by Mickey Lotz
Guided Deer Hunt 30 Miles From Home
by Mike Yancey
Competing in Naadam
by Luigi Kapaj
How to make a Primitive Arrow
by John McPherson
Arrow Poisons
by Charles E. Grayson
Long Bows Were Given Their Name For a Reason
by Jim Hamm

DEPARTMENTS
Hunting
Going Primitive
by Tony Kinton
A Closer Look
Product Reviews
by Tony Kinton
Bows of the Month
by Don Berg
Medicine Man ®
Burn Bark
by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef ®
Chicken Florentine
by Bill Campbell
Poet’s Corner
The Seed
by Eric Littlepage
Backtrails
On Marrying a Bowhunter
by Hunter Lee

 

 

Vol. 14 Issue 5

FEATURES
Birds, Boys and Building Selfbows
by David Neils
Making Your Own Frogstickers
by Calen Weidner
Shooting in the English Longbow
by Al Partridge
Late Season Whitetails
by Mike Yancey
Saltwater Curing
by Richard Longbow
When the Javelin Beat the Bow
by Gregory Detweiler
Annual Tennessee Classic
by Suzanne Edwards & marie Luther
Lucky 13!
by Jamie Burleigh
The Campfire
by Gep Jonas

DEPARTMENTS
Hunting
The Hunter
by Tony Kinton
A Closer Look
Product Reviews
by Tony Kinton
Bows of the Month
by Don Berg
Medicine Man ®
Bitter Orange
by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef ®
Holiday Fruit Tart
by Bill Campbell
Poet’s Corner
It’s OK
by Doug Jackson
Backtrails
Fad, Fashion, Fantasy and Authenticity
by Stephen Selby

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Volume 14 Issues 1-5

Issue 1

FEATURES
They Speak Archery… With a German Accent
by Kay Koppedrayer
The Hardest Game
by Mickey Lotz
How to Make Your Own Laminated Arrows
by Marc St. Louis
Prickly Pear Cactus
by T.R. Zimmermann
First Annual Bending Bow
by Nikki & John Wetzel
Turkey Hunting 101
by Tony Kinton
The Purist
by Donald Thurman
Splined Self-Nock Jig
by Nick Theodoratos
Don’t Touch the Young Wild Animals
by Tom & Joanne O’Toole
True Story of a Jaguar Hunt
by Charles E. Grayson
Bois d’Arc: A Brief Biography
by Gary Lantz

DEPARTMENTS
Hunting
Magic in the Bent Stick
Logic, Sentiment, and Potential Outcome
by Tony Kinton
Book Review
The Horn of the Hare
by Ed Ingold
A Closer Look
Product Review
by Tony Kinton
Bows of the Month and Bow of the Year
by Don Berg
Medicine Man ®
White Oak
by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef ®
Dutch Oven Turkey Braise with Biscuits
by Bill Campbell
Backtrails
The Resurrection of Self-Determination
by Daniel Schindler
Poet’s Corner
Fur Coat
by Homer Luther

Issue 2

FEATURES
Hunting through Medieval Literature
by Dore Ripley
Problem Bow Stave
by Charles E. Grayson
A Murder of Crows,
Crécy: 26 August 1346
by Gene Langston
Witnessing the Experience of “Passing it On”
by Sarah Wysocki
From the Cayugas to MOJAM: The Eastern North American Community Bow Project
by Steve Parker
Target-less Practice
by John R. Edgerton
MOJAM ‘05, A Photo Essay
by Tony Kinton
Going Primitive in Connecticut
by Will Sampson
2005 Flight Shoot
by Ed Ingold

DEPARTMENTS
A Closer Look
Product Review
by Tony Kinton
Bows of the Month
by Don Berg
Hunting
Where Are We Going?
by Tony Kinton
Medicine Man ®
Fringe Tree
by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef ®
The English Pasty and the French Cassoulet
by Bill Campbell
Backtrails
Respect for all Creation
by Charles LeBlanc
Poet’s Corner
Primitive but Good
by Nick Carr

Issue 3

FEATURES
Lakota Sioux Capture Another Lost Art
by Jay Red Hawk & David Gray
Simplified Bowhunting
by Mickey Lotz
The Power of Stone
by Marc St. Louis
Fish Skin Backings
by Tim Ott
Bowfishing Gear
by Tim Ott
Backing a Bow with Gar Skin
by David Frana
Better/Safer Hunting. Got GPS?
by David Ittner
Estrella Archery Competition
by John R. Edgerton
West Virginia Black Ash Baskets
by Jim Eaves

DEPARTMENTS
Hunting
Is There Yet Promise?
by Tony Kinton
A Closer Look
Product Review
by Tony Kinton
Bows of the Month
by Don Berg
Master Tracking Series
Six Indicators of Scout Tracking
by Ty Cunningham
Medicine Man ®
Swamp Locust
by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef ®
Grilled Lemon Butter Trout
by Bill Campbell
Poet’s Corner
Geezer Camp
by Señor Gezzer
Backtrails
Circle of Life
by Michael Huff

Issue 4

FEATURES
Tiller it in the Wild!
by Robert H. Miller
Black Powder, White Smoke, and Feathered Shafts
by Dick Weaver
Making Arrow Naturally
by Mickey Lotz
Guided Deer Hunt 30 Miles From Home
by Mike Yancey
Competing in Naadam
by Luigi Kapaj
How to make a Primitive Arrow
by John McPherson
Arrow Poisons
by Charles E. Grayson
Long Bows Were Given Their Name For a Reason
by Jim Hamm

DEPARTMENTS
Hunting
Going Primitive
by Tony Kinton
A Closer Look
Product Reviews
by Tony Kinton
Bows of the Month
by Don Berg
Medicine Man ®
Burn Bark
by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef ®
Chicken Florentine
by Bill Campbell
Poet’s Corner
The Seed
by Eric Littlepage
Backtrails
On Marrying a Bowhunter
by Hunter Lee

Issue 5

FEATURES
Birds, Boys and Building Selfbows
by David Neils
Making Your Own Frogstickers
by Calen Weidner
Shooting in the English Longbow
by Al Partridge
Late Season Whitetails
by Mike Yancey
Saltwater Curing
by Richard Longbow
When the Javelin Beat the Bow
by Gregory Detweiler
Annual Tennessee Classic
by Suzanne Edwards & marie Luther
Lucky 13!
by Jamie Burleigh
The Campfire
by Gep Jonas

DEPARTMENTS
Hunting
The Hunter
by Tony Kinton
A Closer Look
Product Reviews
by Tony Kinton
Bows of the Month
by Don Berg
Medicine Man ®
Bitter Orange
by T.R. Zimmermann
Primitive Chef ®
Holiday Fruit Tart
by Bill Campbell
Poet’s Corner
It’s OK
by Doug Jackson
Backtrails
Fad, Fashion, Fantasy and Authenticity
by Stephen Selby

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