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Al Dean
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Good point on the rings Kenny. In essence a self bow properly made is some what similar to a lam bow.

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Without experience I would think tighter rings would be stronger, therefore stiffer with less thickness? Just thinkin out loud....

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Or does the ratio of light to dark wood (early/late rings)have an effect on performance? [Confused]

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I was just trying to research that with Douglas fir... Do any of you guys have experience with DF?? Would you want smaller tighter rings or have them spread out..??
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