Traditionalist Hunters: Making Your Own Accessories vs. Buying - Market Research Needed

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  • Chuck's avatar

    I would say the majority buy them. I have made some powder measures and pan brush and little odds and ends like that but always buy my horns and bags.

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    @Chuck thanks for the feedback

  • Lisa's avatar

    Stephen, I see you asked this 2 months ago. Somehow it flew past me....but I'd like to comment. I absolutely 100% would buy something unique and handmade (quivers, finger tabs or some sort of shooting glove, which is what I currently use. I shoot my compound bow instinctively, I guess like how Ted Nugent use to). I hate buying store bought stuff, understanding that I unfortunately have to more than not. So go for it! I buy a lot of unique things thru Etsy. But there is a great market here on GoWild too, my new friend.🤜🏼🤛🏼

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    @Lisa thanks

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I really enjoy just being in the great outdoors. I particularly enjoy shooting (guns and archery), hunting, fishing, and bushcraft/survival. I also enjoy leather work and make a lot of my own stuff. Sometimes it’s a learning curve but I get it eventually.

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