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Roy from Pa
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NO.. Ya go buy a bag of sand and different colors of dye. Ya melt the sand in a big pot, add color dye, and pour it into forms to cool. Then ya cut it out.
Don't you Ohio boys know nuffen? [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by Roy from Pa:
NO.. Ya go buy a bag of sand and different colors of dye. Ya melt the sand in a big pot, add color dye, and pour it into forms to cool. Then ya cut it out.
Don't you Ohio boys know nuffen? [Smile]

Nah. Guess yur gonna has to gives me a edjurmacation [Big Grin]

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Roy from Pa
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OK OK. What kind a beer ya like? [Smile]
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Bvas
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Free [laughing]

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Some hunt to survive; some survive to hunt

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Roy from Pa
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LMFAO
[laughing] [archer2]

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Making wedges for take down recurve limbs. Bubinga, Bloodwood and coreflex.
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I'm trying to bring back a turkey target from the dead this morning. It's about 6 years old and has been shot almost in two, so I put in a new insert, glued the worst cuts with contact cement and wrapped it in shrink wrap. maybe I'll get another year or so out of it.
Dave.

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Bvas
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Got tip and back overlays on today. And got everything cleaned up. Starting to look like a bow now.
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Lookin good Brad!

I boxed up some yeller wood for a yeller wood feller in PA [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by kennym:
Lookin good Brad!

I boxed up some yeller wood for a yeller wood feller in PA [Big Grin]

Don't send him no glass wif it, it may corn-fuse him.

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quote:
Originally posted by Carpdaddy:
quote:
Originally posted by kennym:
Lookin good Brad!

I boxed up some yeller wood for a yeller wood feller in PA [Big Grin]

Don't send him no glass wif it, it may corn-fuse him.
Ahhh, throw a piece in there. It'll give him something new to complain about.

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Roy from Pa
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All right girls, knock it off... [Smile]
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Bvas
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Got Clays bow roughed out and got a string on. Tiller at fades was 5/8" different [scared] Got the calipers out and found the problem. Got it down under 1/4". I will finish correcting once I'm closer to finishing.

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Been trying to get my sights set for the upcoming Ky Tradfest Friday! And hopefully a Turkey after that.

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Stumpshooting; Slinging sticks with sticks toward the origin of the sticks.

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Roy from Pa
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Got me a box of yeller wood from a fellow in Mo...

Very nice, Kenny,, Thanks.. But the piece of glass made me itchy.. [Smile]

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