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Incognito1
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43# and just long enough to pull 28"
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Mo_coon-catcher
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Looks great! And I like the corn snake skins. It looks like it has a nice light in the hand feel to its.

Btw, which part of Missouri are you from

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mwosborn
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That... is a sweet looking bow.

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Pat B
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Very nice details on that well tillered bow. Well done. [thumbsup]

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Mad Max
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what they said
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kennym
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Nice job!!

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I like that bow. Beautiful bend!

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bowhntineverythingnh03743
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Nicely done!
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Eric Krewson
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I can always spot quality craftsmanship from the very first picture posted. I knew the tiller would be spot on as soon as I saw the superb work in the previous pictures.

Very good job!

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gifford, MO
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Super nice bow, well crafted and tillered. Kudos.
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scrub-buster
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Awesome looking bow! That shade of corn snake looks great on a bow.

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GDPolk
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That's awesome!

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George Tsoukalas
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Outstanding! Great tiller!
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Incognito1
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Thanks for all of the nice comments. They mean a lot coming from such an accomplished group.

Mo-coon......I'm in the KC area.

The skins are northern water snake....a couple young ones that had pretty vibrant patterns.

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Igor
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Nice!

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