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JavelinaHink
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Looks like I'm going to have to get me a B Riser....looking good....Hink.. [archer]

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johnnyrazorhead
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Doc- I can't waot to hear the story behind my old riser B-2072.It brought me nothing but joy.
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wasapt
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I have RH, B riser # 1641 with riser cut out for sight, stab. insert and quiver insert, orig finish
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wasapt
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oh yea, brown bears.
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alaskabowhunter
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here is mine B-1471

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d. ward
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Chuck good to hear from you.Bryce you got yourself a B wood ahh ? cool deal.I do not have an early model B wood right now myself.Only a green striper.However after a little custom work on it like making it a bit more center shot and lowing the shelf a little too.That is about one of the best shooting risers I've owned.
OK Bernie back to work bro.today we will start with B-1634 note reads factory stabilizer bushing installed.
Now here's the wisser for today.I ran across a note last night about plugging several stabilizer bushing holes in Bear t/d's.The problem with said note is it does not note the serial numbers of those bows.dang dang dang I wish I would have listed those as such.bd

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d. ward
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and then and then....remember Bernie I said you gotta put up with a little screwing around.OK next one will be B-1101 no notes and I'am pretty certin on an early serial number like that if it had bushing I would have noted it on that one.So I'll say no bushing.bd
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d. ward
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OK found the note on B-1101 note reads no bushing and a copper coin installed by bowdoc.bd
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d. ward
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here's one that never made much sence or is it since ? to me.Its was an early model meaning way before the 2000#'s because the riser was real thick in the grip.It never had any factory serial number on it.It was all original when I recieved it but had no markings.ealry model B riser lefthand no number..bd
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d. ward
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whoops one more note on B-1101 it has early type sockets in it as well.Meaning the sockets were the thin fabed one's reather then the second thicker type sockets.Note reads I had to tap the sockets down with a block of wood and a hammer.That note means early socket heavy limbs = bent sockets in the pocket where the limb heels are held.Yeah I know it ai'nt even got confusing yet guy's.bd
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d. ward
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and the next item up for bid is a very beautiful 1970 whoooops I thought I was on another sight sorry.
OK the next item for the Bernie B list is a Bear Archery B riser serial number B-1878.bd

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d. ward
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OK here's another odd duck for the B list.This is a B riser factory serial number is B-01630 yes B-01630 have no idea on that one.It's a normal B riser but had that serial number.weird huh ? bd
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d. ward
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whoops B-01630 is lefthanded.bd
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d. ward
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crap here's another wisser for today Bear Archery riser B-1861 is already listed right ? says original finish Wade's friend or something to that affect correct ? I have it listed in around 2002 with a note that reads 2 holes coin side ???? bd
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CrookedStick
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Thanks for keepin' 'em coming everyone.

Bowdoc, I love listening to your ramblings, er notes, about the bows!

I'll try to weed through them all and get the lists updated tonight.

Bernie

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