So what does Josh want for his birthday?  More video games?  Nope.  The latest fashions for school and dating?  Nope.  A car to work on for the next year?  Not that either.  He goes “old school” on me and asks for another bow.

Now I’m figuring that this will be some fancy-schmancy compound bow with more bells and whistles than I could ever even begin to guess at.  What does he do?  He blows off the first salesman who keeps trying to push a compound unit on him and goes for a classic recurve (side note: if cars had lines as nice as this bow, they’d sell better).

He’s off to shoot it in a few days.  I’m just amazed at his choice – it’s a nice one.

Targets . . . er . . . kids in the neighborhood beware!

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