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BrushWolf
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Well done

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Shredd
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quote:
Originally posted by arachnid:
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Originally posted by Shredd:
It means, new challenges, complications and learning experiences will always arise... [Smile]

Well, that's reassuring...
I hope the "new challenes" won't arise soon..... [Big Grin]

By the way, what do you guy do as "quality control"? How do you make sure your bow is all good to go?

That's the funny part. You never know when they will arise... [Razz]

Quality Control?? Just shoot the crap out of it and hope she shoots straight, fast and holds together... [thumbsup] [biglaugh]

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arachnid
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quote:
Originally posted by Shredd:
quote:
Originally posted by arachnid:
quote:
Originally posted by Shredd:
It means, new challenges, complications and learning experiences will always arise... [Smile]

Well, that's reassuring...
I hope the "new challenes" won't arise soon..... [Big Grin]

By the way, what do you guy do as "quality control"? How do you make sure your bow is all good to go?

That's the funny part. You never know when they will arise... [Razz]

Quality Control?? Just shoot the crap out of it and hope she shoots straight, fast and holds together... [thumbsup] [biglaugh]

I`m talking about the guys that make and sell bows. Besides have A LOT of bows under there belt, is there some kind of quality control that they use?
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Bvas
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quote:
I`m talking about the guys that make and sell bows. Besides have A LOT of bows under there belt, is there some kind of quality control that they use?
The guys that have made lots of bows and are selling them probably have less QC as far as durability and functionality than the guy only making a few bows. They already have a proven design and building technique. Their QC is probably more fit and finish related.

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arachnid
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Here`s a short video of a few test shots...
https://www.facebook.com/dor.arts.7/videos/1447420862014300/

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Crooked Stic
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Looks like you have a good one.

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arachnid
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The bow came out way heavier the I intended, 55#. So I had to narrow the limbs, check it for a while and then narrow them some more. It finally settled at 47#@28" which is at the higher side of my comfortable draw weight (I'm used to shoot 45#). But I really lime the way it turned out.
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Carpdaddy
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You did good!

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