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Drifter
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This is the first bow I've made, an oak boardbow using Ferrets instructions. Thanks Ferret!! [thumbsup] It's 48# at 27". The arrows are Norway Pine tipped with Ribteks.

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"What is written on the scroll of Fate is not visible; but with a sturdy bow, a true shaft, and a stout heart, we journey forth in search of adventure"..... Saxton Pope

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Jock
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Drifter,
Good looking Doe,
Good looking Bow,
Thought you were Captain "GUS McCRAE"

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Wile E. Coyote
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Drifter,
Congrats! Fine Doe and with your first bow! Job well done.

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the Ferret
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Cool beans. Great job on the bow & the deer [thumbsup]

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There is always someone that knows more than you, and someone that knows less than you, so you can always learn and you can always teach

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