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kennym
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On the 2/1 , the limb I unwrapped this morn seemed like the glue boogers seemed a bit crisper but I heated this one too. You should only change one thing at a time I reckon .

Glued the second one up this morn too.

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I think you will be fine.

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Rookies. LOL
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kennym
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Nuff outta you Mr. grass and sticks.... [Big Grin]

Round 2- ding ding!

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Crooked Stic
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Purty veneers.

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Looking good Kenny!
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Crooked Stic
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Got finish on these ones yet?

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kennym
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No, been busy . Put tip overlays on and profiled em tonight after work. Will get nocks cut in and start on tiller if needed next.

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looking good kenny

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kennym
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Got her profiled,tillered , and at 51.5# . Now to send her home with him to shoot some more before finishing to see if the grip is exactly what he wants....

John said his arrows were very slightly stiff and he didn't want to work on the strike plate area, so I tried to keep weight up a little. Managed a pound. Not sure if that is enough.

If not I will shave the strike plate, got plenty there....

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