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jdeitz10
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I am also blocked from voting. I am a new member so maybe this is why I am blocked?

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I know I haven't been very active here as far as posting, but I would love to participate in a bow swap. I'd like to think my work is decent, but I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to have one of my bows end up in the hands of another builder so I can get some feedback and hopefully improve my skills.
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quote:
By then he’s probably in his prime [laughing]
Hmmmmmm, more likely into the "primer" and primed. [biglaugh]

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I had zero problems voting. Must be the water in Missoura. [dead horse]

Taking on a canoe project this year or I'd be in. I miss the fun of the swap

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canopyboy
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I think we've got enough to make this worth it.

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JamesV
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Just a question- does the swap limited to the US? I live in Israel and shipping to and from the US is not cheap...

And one more thing.... Do I have to be at a certain skill level to attain the swap?

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canopyboy
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Dor,

Every year there are international participants. If you're willing to ship to the US, we'll find someone to ship back to you.

The first paragraph of the signup thread talks about skill level required. This should not be the first bow you've ever built, but otherwise novices are welcome.

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I'm out again this year . Just got to many bows to build already and gonna get behind if I ain't careful!
But as always I'll be following along!!

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Same here.
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