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kennym
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Lookin good Roy! (the bow, not you) [laughing]

I slid a mini excavator over a bank and banged my head and left shoulder pretty nicely.

Kind of sore, but think none the worse for wear.

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Stay sharp, Kenny.

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Roy from Pa
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Glad you are ok, Kenny.

I think there is some hankie pankie going on in the bow shop cause now I have twin bows...

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I see you been hard at it you old fart.
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How are the twins coming roy ?

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Roy from Pa
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Haven't been working on them. Was bear hunting last weekend, bud got one. Been fighting a cold all week, wife has walking pneumonia, and going buck hunting up north this weekend.
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Good luck
Post us when you get back!

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hope you have better luck with the hunting Roy than your health! Go well!
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I just smoked the motor on my bandsaw, so taking opportunity to upgrade from 1 hp to 1.5hp. Should have new motor late next week.
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Finishing this bow up. Sprayed the first coat of Thunderbird on it and I really like how it came out. Super smooth with very little issues. Wet sanded the bow with 1000 grit paper and will spray it with flat tomorrow. Hoping a new bow may turn my luck around for the last couple weeks of my hunting season...it has been a tough one yet again!

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54# @28 inches
bacote back
cocobolo belly
cocobolo/bacote riser with curly maple accents
curly myrtle overlays
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Nice looking bow Justin!!!!
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Roy from Pa
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Very nice Justin.
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Started a back quiver project. Kinda finding my way as it goes along.  -

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Roy from Pa
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I should of had gloves on... Dang piece of bamboo took off while sanding the back on the edge sander. And naturally I had to hang onto it so it didn't get damaged.. [Smile]

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dang Roy.
...stitches?

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If some animals are good at hunting and others are suitable for hunting, then the Gods must clearly smile on hunting.~Aristotle

..there's more fun in hunting with the handicap of the bow than there is in hunting with the sureness of the gun.~ F.Bear

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kennym
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I hope you're ok buddy!

I have to say, a sander with some coarse grit belt is dangerous . May not cut as deep as a saw but removes material very quickly.....

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Stay sharp, Kenny.

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