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tjfish
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I couldn't figure out where this post should go, so I'll put it here. I'm looking for a horizontal 5-bow rack and was wondering if you guys know of anyone who makes them. Thanks for the help.
Tim

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cacciatore
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The very best is Doctari,up here,try to shoot him a PM.

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Winterhawk1960
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Felix.......I agree whole-heartedly. The price with shipping would probably would be "crazy" though.

I own one that I picked up from Mark up at Comptons a couple years ago. Excellent work and all eastern red cedar. Beautiful bowrack.

Winterhawk1960

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weezy
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Go to craftwoodracks.com
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RM81
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Why not make one yourself? It's pretty easy. You don't even need power tools. If you don't have access to a chop saw, you can cut the wood at Home Depot or Lowes when you buy it on their miter box. Substitute the holders for already made pegs and you have a nice, easy to make, inexpensive bow rack.

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Night Wing
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I have a 3 bow rack from Craftwood Racks. He does build a 5 bow rack. Unfortunately, TG's rules don't allow me to to put up the link to the website, but you can Google it.

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Danny Rowan
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That auction site has them from 3 to 10 bows.

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Savage
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I would have to say "why buy one when you can build your own?" I've looked all over the internet and didn't find one just like I wanted. I built this one myself.  -

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2wfstlhunting
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Honestly, just buy 2 peg racks of whatever size you want and paint or stain them. Hang them vertically or horizontally and off you go.

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landman
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There is a guy on the auction site who makes them and sells them regularly. I emailed him, asked him to build one for my 8 bows (at the time) and he sent me an email when it was ready. Very nice work, easy to assemble and very traditional. I'd buy from him again any time.
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 - heres mine deer antlers and cedar tree
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JParanee
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I believe three rivers sell these

works either way horizontal or vertical

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