working with Gordy building quivers for a couple of years he
asked me if I would like to start building the Selway bows.
You could not imagine my excitement when he asked me to
build longbows for such a reputable company.
using a form that I had in my shop that was similar to the
previous Selway form, but had a tad more reflex. This became
the new "Lil' Shooter". Not long after, Gordy and I decided
to build a new form. The idea was to get a shorter bow that
would draw as smooth as the previous bow. This was the birth
of the "Lil' Magnum". Smoothness of draw was accomplished
and we picked up 7 feet per second shooting the same weight
as the previous form. In 2005, Gordy decided to get out of
the longbows and sell that portion of the business to me.
like to give a special thanks to Gordy for all of the help,
support, and knowledge he has given me to start my dream and
career. I would not be where I am today without him. I would
also like to give thanks to my friends and family for all of
their support as well. None of this would have been possible