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Jeff Kruse
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Thinking about getting one, anybody got any pictures, and pros and cons about the bow.
Thanks
Jeff

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Rooselk
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Sorry, no pics. Don't own one - yet. Saw some of the longbows at the Wes Wallace booth during the Western States Regional Rendezvous last spring. Beautiful bows. I've had an opportunity to shoot the longbows on a couple of occasions and I thought they shot as good as they looked.

Can't tell you anything about his recurves because I've never actually handled one.

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I have a good friend with a Mentor for sale. I shot it last week at leagues... Sweet bow! Very quick and forgiving. Check it out in the classifieds here..

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They look pretty sweet! [thumbsup]
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Doc Blues
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Here is my Mentor

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Mentor

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Black Widow PCH X 58" 48@28
Wes Wallace Mentor/td 60" 46#@27
Longbow Stegmeyer 66" 48#@27
Bear Kodiak Magnum 1962 52" 50#@28
Selfbow Ash Flatbow, 70" 43#@27
Colt Hunt Master 1967, 52" 45#@28

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bawana bowman
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Here's some pics of my Royal T/D, 60#@29, 66".
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First 3 shots taken the day I received it, 31 yards in my backyard. Need I say more about these bows?

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Rooselk
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Bawana, very nice bow! The limbs look to be osage. But what is the wood used in the riser and tips? Bolivian rosewood perhaps?

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Tom
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I have had two Mentors and they are one of the few bows I've owned that I regret selling. Well made and Wes is a good man to work with. bows are first class in my book.

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Rooselk,
You got it, Osage and Bolivian Rosewood.

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Caney Creek Outfitters

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Markus,Doc Blues,yours is the prettiest wallace i have seen.Wow.

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64" coccobolo & bacote mentor
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Here is the one Kevin mentions that is on the classifieds. I've shot this bow a number of times. It's a great shooter! And pretty as well.

http://tradgang.com/noncgi/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=5;t=042469

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One of the best guys to work with, world class bowyer, a ton of bow for the money. Integrity as a bowyer and fellow man as good as they come. I have 3 Mentors and 3 Royal longbows. They are all works of art. If I wasn't working out of town I would send you photos of mine. No regrets.

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3 Wes Wallace Recurves,
2 original Mentors & 1 B-Model Mentor
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1 Dwyer Defiant "Legolas"

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62" Mentor, Macassor Ebony - Mrtyle Wood - Bamboo limb cor  - es
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Smooth drawing bow, hard hitting and fast. Wes builds a fine bow

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Rooselk
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Beautiful wood combo. [thumbsup]

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