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Postby marsport » Mon Dec 16, 2013 5:11 pm

New to the forum. My sons and I have been shooting traditional for several years and now we want to try our hand at building a bow. We are planning on coming to OJAM in 2014. I have friends that have been before, just need some help in even getting ready to go. Staves..? what kind? where do you get them? have I got time before OJAM? Tools? Does is cost money to go to OJAM? Sorry for what seem like stupid questions. but gotta find out somewhere.
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Re: Newbie

Postby campcook » Mon Dec 16, 2013 9:20 pm

Ojam is free we do have fund raisers during the weekend. Jerry Stover in Yukon usually has staves available and we normally have 2-3 other vendors selling staves including Jerry. Some come on out and join the family. Alex
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Re: Newbie

Postby FullDraw » Tue Dec 17, 2013 10:59 pm

Marsport, we do ask you to join the Oklahoma Selfbow Society to build a bow. I believe an individual membership is $20 or family membership at $30. You can look in the OJAM subforum in the Oklahoma Selfbow Society forum for a list of tools you can start gathering before OJAM. We would love to have you come and will do everything we can to help you build a bow.
You might want to introduce yourself in the New Members forum, also.

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