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cacciatore
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Here I have RH 1211 restored by Bowdoc,very impressive work it looks brand new.I would like to trade it for a similar LHalso in no so perfect conditions

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d. ward
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Filex I keep both eyes open for a left hand B to trade for the right hand one you have.The one you have is a very good bow.
I actually have several more pages of serial numbers for this thread also I kind of forgot about.bd

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Bring 'em on Doc, bring 'em on.

I was getting ready to nudge you about that anyway.

Bernie

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d. ward
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yap Bernie I been running well behind schedule for several reason.But its looking like I'll have some free time from bow restoration work as soon as the weather cools down and I'll get back on track.
I got busted a couple weeks ago(no not for that).For installing a wood burning stove that is not up to code.I did not even know there was a code for a wood burning stove.But trust me on this one there is here.This will cause undo stress on me this winter freezing my butt off so I been busten my humb trying to get everything finished up now while its still somewhat warm.I should have just about everything finished up in two weeks or so and will get back to our guest on the A-B risers.
Once again thank you for all your had work.bd

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d. ward
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hey dudes did I tell you guy's you all rock lately ? no well here you are you guy's rock lately.
Bernie I am still right on the edge of being caught up or swamped not sure this morning..or about to take the winter off and that would lead to takeing the spring off then summer.You can see where this ones headed.I'll get back at our quest asap.Thanks bro you da man bd

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Ya better bring that stove up to code Doc, 4 feet of snow in Denver today--it's starting!

I know you'll get to those B-riser notes sooner or later, make sure you get the important stuff squared away first.

Bernie

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Let me enter my riser. It is a type-ll #B-2160. It does have the stablizer bushing and brown bears on the take apart system. It is as it left the factory except for two holes in the front for a sight. L.

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I have a "green stripe " 1980,(i think )ser#B3995 also have a 02 riser ser#019
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B-1831 - Original Finish, RH, brown bears, Riser IS NOT cut for sight, has a stab ins and quiver insert - Wasapt
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CrookedStick
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List updated for the New Year.

Please keep an eye out for new serial numbers and let me know.

Bernie

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My B riser B1839
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My B riser was signed by fred for "Wade Poynter", anybody know of him?
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List updated again, thanks Jim.

Bernie

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I just posted a picture of "B" riser #1494, it came up as a seperate post, my bad, but i am done with picts today#$@%^& DICK

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d. ward
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hey Bernie I actually have more for this thread that I'll get added at some point thanks bro you da man this week bd
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