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Wolftrail
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"Wolftrail.... the car is my dad's first vehicle... 64 Olds Super88 "

good stuff..! well I was close. In the 70's I could tell what vehicle was behind me at night looking in the rear view mirror. 80% of the time. [Wink]

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bowhntineverythingnh03743
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Well today I got this bow all ready for clear. Finished out 60# @28 inches. About 5# more than I wanted but it will work just fine for me!

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I love the simplicity of this bow... Shoots with authority and is dead in my hand. The length will work awesome out of a treestand. I will post pictures next week once the bow is completed!

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No pictures...bummed out as it sounds like a great bow.
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kennym
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I cant see them either.

Photobucket seems to be a lost cause. Free photo hosting as long as you pay for it?

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bowhntineverythingnh03743
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Anyone else know where we can upload pictures from?
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Trux Turning
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Try Imgur- check out the first post on the pow wow fourm on how to use it
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bowhntineverythingnh03743
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Thanks Trux... Think I posted them correctly now
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Trux Turning
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That's a good looking bow!
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mwosborn
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Nice looking bow.

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Nice looking details and curves on that riser...
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kennym
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Justin, that looks awesome and I'm not fond of black glass !! LOL

What stack did you use for 60 @ 28 ?

.040 glass?

Thanks!! Always gathering info !!

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Mad Max
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Sounds good
But I can't see the picture

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bowhntineverythingnh03743
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Kenny,
I used the stack for the 55# you have on your plan. Only difference was that I used .50 glass which instead of .40... whoops. Plus I ended up cutting it to 58 inches so when I was completed it was just shy of 70. Was able to drop it down by trapping the back and now is a thumper of a bow. Was able to save it and really enjoy shooting this thing now. I can't wait to get the clear on it this week!

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bowhntineverythingnh03743
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Got the bow finished earlier in the week... Ended up 60# @ 28 inches and 58 inches ttt... Really looking to bring this bow into the woods this season. My only problem is that at my 27 inch draw I'm right on the boundary of 500 and 400 spines so I still need to figure out what flies the best out of the bow.

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I just love the simplicity of this bow and how the black and natural boo are complementary to each other

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Buemaker
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Strange. I can see some of the pics and bow looks nice, but most of the pics just says: Please update your account to enable 3rd party hosting. Photobucket??
I'll try to post a pic to see If it works from my side of the pond.
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