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kennym
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Randy , I'm gonna say this before Roy gets out of bed. Didn't happen wifout video..... [Big Grin]

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mwosborn
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Very nice!

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ty_in_ND
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Well done! It's great to see a fine specimen of beautiful domestic wood being used.

Is that cork you used between the limb and the riser? Also, did you glue it on after the pictures where the limbs are not attached to the riser or are they loose pieces?

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Crittergetter
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Yes it is cork, and I did glue it to the limb butts after pic. I also noticed that it wasn't trimmed to fit in the pic!! Lol

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Krasus
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I'm not s tack down man but that's a pretty bow. Great workmanship! ☺
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quote:
Originally posted by Crittergetter:
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Originally posted by Shredd:
Hot, Sharp and Sexy Bow... I hate to be the bummer guy but your accents are ending at a very high stress point in the riser...

Yes sir, that's one reason I back the riser with a piece of 1/16" g10. That gives a little piece of mind... just a little! Lol
I won't do that accent in a bow over 55# at any given length just to be on the safe side.
I did a mock up riser just like it with some old walnut I had laying around and I hung it from a rafter by the throat of the grip and I was able to hang my whole body weight from it, (225#) . I even did a pull up!! Just 1! [laughing]

I getcha, Bro... It is a sweet looking bow... Now do me and Kenny a favor and put it up on the tree at 28""... [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
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Crittergetter
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Already mailed it off yesterday morning. I'll get Ryan to do us a full draw!

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ty_in_ND
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quote:
Originally posted by Crittergetter:
Yes it is cork, and I did glue it to the limb butts after pic. I also noticed that it wasn't trimmed to fit in the pic!! Lol

Thanks for the answer! I had a suspicion cork would work well. Hopefully you trimmed it before you shipped it out!

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BrushWolf
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Great looking stick I really like that. I really love the horn work.

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