Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Tadpoles Back By Popular Demand

There has been a fall hatch and Tadpoles are swimming all over the shop, Just in time for Christmas!
These are quality 50" reflex deflex kids bows that we build in limited batches in weights from 13#@25" to 23#@25"
For $200 your little guy or gal can have a Toelke bow like dads along with a bow case and 4 matched 1/4" wood arrows that fly like darts and have steel target tips that stick well in targets! 
Limited to stock on hand.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Replacement strings

   We build all of our strings for our bows, we will also build replacement strings for any Toelke bow. Replacements are $20 with cat whisker silencers and shipping is Free.

   Our strings are built Endless Loop style in our own fashion. We recomend fast flight for our bows and for mid to light weight bows we use eight strands of a quality, durable bowstring. We recently switched to Crown for our center serving and to serve our padded end loops. I believe it is the toughest serving I have used.

   We have worked hard to create a extremely durable string, a string that functions best for each bow model and want these string to be available to our customers!

To order, mail a personal check or PO money order to:
Dan Toelke
31345 lost creek lane
Ronan, MT 59864

   Specifying what Toelke model and bow Length the strings are for. We do not provide bowstrings for other manufacturers bows.

Thank you,  Jared Toelke

Monday, July 21, 2014

64" H.S. WHIP

  After many requests we have decided to do a 64" HS Whip as well as continuing our standard 64" Whip limb. We expect debate on which limb customers like most as we feel both limbs are great. The HS retains the feel that the Whip is known for while adding a new twist and performance edge.
   The new limb likes to run a 1/4" higher brace than the standard limb. Brace with either has a outside spread of 7 1/4"to 8" depending on arrow weight and shooter. We look forward to hearing what our customers think.

Sincerely, Dan and Jared Toelke

Friday, July 18, 2014

The new brown from Gordon Composites

  Gordon has been producing brown glass for years, unfortunately it tended to have a maroon/purple hue which for years has hurt its popularity. I am happy to say that Gordon has changed the color and it is a true brown. We  built a bow to see what we thought before advertising it and to be able to share pictures of a finished product. We are offering it in all bow models and Customers purchasing brown glass bows will save $100 of standard price.  Feedback would be great as we would like to judge how much interest there is in this option.

Dan and Jared Toelke

This Classic Whip is in our inventory and features a brown/rusty-orange Cocobolo riser, a good match with the new brown.

Monday, July 7, 2014

Let my Bamboo show

We typically use bamboo in all our bows, some customers choose to let bamboo show rather than use face veneers.  Our heat treated cane ranges from a light gold to a butterscotch. We have a large quantity of cane which allows us to choose the darker pieces for Bamboo faced bows.
Here are some photos showing some bamboo bows and how they look with different riser woods.
This bow is in our inventory and features a Mora riser.

This Chinook is in our current inventory,  It has a  quilted Myrtlewood Riser with Bocote accents.

  Current inventory Whips featuring Cocobolo risers.

Extra touch

We strive to put a custom touch in everything we do,  for instance our take down limb bolts.  The bolts get to us and we totally re-work them. Starting with adding a coin slot for those times you forget your wrench. We then smooth them up and torch color each bolt one at a time for a individual look. The bezels are turned down smaller, re-shaped with more appealing lines, smoothed to 600grit and hit with a torch to get them to that nice dark brass color.

Monday, May 19, 2014

Western States Rondevouis

   This Memorial Day weekend we are traveling to New Meadows, ID for one of the best shoots of the year.  We will be there with all of our inventory and maybe a few more. Hope to see you there!