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Mad Max
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Nice

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Just shipped!!! [Big Grin]
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My victim should receive his bow on the 18th.
Can't wait
[archer2]

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Mine too.
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quote:
Originally posted by Dan Landis:
I believe I am the first to receive a bow this year. Got a beautiful recurve in the mail today from Al Dean. Riser is Bumbinga and Olive Drab Action wood. Limbs are Olive Drab Glass on the backs with clear glass over bumbinga on the front.
Will do my best to get some pics up real soon.

Mine is all done and ready to ship, will get pics of that as well.

Did not happen without pictures. [bigsmyl]

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Dan Landis
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I know, just got home, was in mountains for a few days trying to get some blood on it, turkeys didn't cooperate. Hope to have pics up tomorrow.
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Looking forward to pictures. I've seen some of Al's bows - they look nice.

Got my glass and lams are ordered. Need to decide on a riser wood.

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Cmon already!! [bigsmyl]
I keep creeping on this topic just hopin to see some pics of the beautiful bows made by fellow trad gangers!!! [thumbsup]

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Dan Landis
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Ok, here we go. Been fighting with photobucket for awhile, finally!!!

The recurve is the bow I received from Al Dean.

The long bow is what I have built for my recipient. It is cherry bark backed osage two piece. 70" tip to tip.

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Nice one Al
Nice self bow too Dan

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Both are sweet.
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Now that's what I'm talking about!!!!
A couple of beautiful bows right there.
Nice work gentlemen [thumbsup]

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Walt Francis
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I received a super nice bow this afternoon From Mark Daniels.

Mark, You Done Good....Really Good!

Figured I would post and let him know it has arrived. It is raining hard today and I am unable to shoot it. Hopefully it stops long enough to give it a test drive and take some pictures in good light tomorrow. If not, it will be a week before a do a follow up as I am out of town all next week.

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Thank you Walt, It was my pleasure.

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Trenton G.
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Awesome bows guys! I love this thread.
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