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goobersan
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quote:
Originally posted by Crooked Stic:
Hmm a little beaver slicky can do wonders. [bigsmyl]

[laughing] [laughing] [laughing]

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Trenton G.
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Nice build along. That bow looks sweet and with some very impressive numbers!

With that extra bit of reflex in the tips, is it any louder than the original 62/64 inch bow?

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David Flanrey
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I believe you have a good one there Kenny. Now to bloody it up this fall!!
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Seems as quiet, but have had nobody stand beside and listen..

Lookin forward to that David, but last years bow treated me very well... LOL... Hate to dump her!!

Oh , and I missed a step, after sanding the riser smooth, I only go to 220, You need to break the glaze on the glass so the finish sticks, just sand the shine off it with 220 and spray with finish of choice.

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Very cool! Now I want to make one... what could go wrong? Besides spousal distress...

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Eh... missed the subscribe button before...

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kennym
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Spouses get used to it, as long as you don't sleeptalk....

Oh, she is so curvy and sexy I love her so much yadayada..... [biglaugh]

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Dan Landis
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Sounds like a little experience talking there. LOL
Great build a long and bow, by the way!!!

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kennym
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Good thing my wife sleeps soundly..... [laughing]

And thanks!!

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BenBow
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Looking good Kenny

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kennym
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Here are some finished pics of her...

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Very nice, Kenny...
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: [thumbsup] thumbsup: [thumbsup]
Looking good!!
That's definitely a one of a kind riser.

It kinda lost the effect of running the belly lams though since they got split by the grip.

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Real beauty. Full draw shape is very good.
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That one makes me drool all over the place... I'm defiantly going to make myself on...

Say Kenny, now that you shot it a bit, is there a big difference between this design and the old one?

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