We bought a takedown bow and arrow for TRV

While it was possible and it was not actually that easily possible, not so long ago. Better to say, “Impossible!”

Svetochka and I purchased a takedown 50 pound recurve bow. I suspect that in the future it will not be so possible, sooner than later. When loopholes appear you deal appropriately when needed and or as needed to do…

The image is the actual bow and it is a very nice, well built and solid bow. I spent many years hunting with such a bow and actually train with a crossbow in the armed forces. Never actually used one in combat, but long ago it was still viable enough to have as a training course…

Therefore, the usage of a bow weapon was ingrained in me at a very young age and this summer in TRV I will revamp myself with a bow. Sveta wants a light weight 20 to 25 lb compound bow to learn on and use. She will never pull this 50 lb takedown in any type of circumstances…

With extra strings, extra arrows of both hunting quality and practice quality, we will get ready for whatever the future brings. The amount of deer, wild boar and other wildlife that I see and track at times, guarantees that we eat good. No matter what the circumstances that we are faced with….I have spent years fishing with a bow in my early days and our river at TRV is perfect for such a use of the bow…

So we will this winter get the rest of the supplies to go along with the bows as we can afford them and this summer practice in the Tiny Russian Village…

Times are changing:

That is something that all need to think about and remember and get ready for a different future…

WtR

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A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, whom has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home. His wife is a true Russian Sweet Pea of a girl and she puts up with this bear of a guy and keeps him in line. Thank God for my Sweet Pea and Russia.