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Terry Riley
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Anyone make and sell bow socks. Bought some years back from Glenda Krewson that were real nice and reasonably priced but I haven't been able to locate her website. Anyone know it or have another source for good reasonably priced socks?
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Bisch
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Here ya go:

http://sites.google.com/site/backwoodsbowsocks/Home

Bisch

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dakota tim
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I go through Glenda's hubby

Eric

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Check out The Nocking Point a sponsor here. Mikes wife makes them for 10$

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Safari Tuff makes some dandys. They are all we use.

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Try Dwyer Longbows They are a sponsor here also.

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Bigriver
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Asbells wife makes some nice wool cases for around 16 bucks. Top of the page sponsor.

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GREATBROWNKNOCKEMDOWN
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YES the cases by Asbells wife are great they come in different thicknesses paid 14 bucks for mine at kalamazoo they will also be at compton mich in june

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quote:
Originally posted by dakota tim:
I go through Glenda's hubby

Eric

I'll second that. I've got three of them and she made them longer than normal for my two 66" recurves and my 68" longbow.

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Blacktail TD Recurve: 66", 42# @ 30". Arrow: 32", 2212. PW: 75 Grains. AW: 421 Grains. GPP: 10.02
Blacktail TD Recurve: 66", 37# @ 30". Arrow: 32", 2212. PW: 75 Grains. AW: 421 Grains. GPP: 11.37

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I like Teresa Asbell's wool bow socks. Well made, leather tips, nice colors. I usually pick them out at Compton, Kalamazoo or other gatherings where she shows up with G Fred.

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Terry Riley
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Thanks guys. I need a bunch of them hence my reason for asking about reasonably priced. All of these are great suggestions.

Terry

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John3
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Email Mike at the Nocking Point.. Good quality socks...

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Well, I've seen and handled Teresa's work for over 20 years. She is goood, no doubts there!

How about making some yourself? My wife sewed up some for me years ago, and we used some old wrangler jeans! Stitch 2 legs together, works great! Or how about old camo pants? Alot of materials to use. Be creative and have fun.

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