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Thanks Tony I appreciate your help. I thought others may be interested as well.
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Give me a few days. I will try to replace the original images.

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Got page one photo edited. Break time

Someone please let me know if they flow with the description. Photobucket was a booger to get all the pics downloaded. I hope I am replacing the photos with correct and corresponding links.

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Wow! Ask and yea shall receive! This is awesome, thanks for such a quick response. I figured it would take a while at best.

The images seem to be in lining up.

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Thanks Mike. Will keep working on it.

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I looked for this thread, where was it? Maybe I missed it? I was going to make another but lost my notes. Glad you are rebuilding this thread. Could you put it in some kind of form that would allow us to download it to our devices. I did this with Bowdocs restoration thread some years back. Thank you agian.
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Bud...lookin' good brother!

You don't need to bust it out immediately....take your time!

Its kinda neat that some folks have saved images to a secure source. I believe most have not...and those images could be gone forever.

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M60, if you download a PDF printer you can convert the entire thread to PDF. There are probably many available but I use Cute PDF. It's free to download. Just Google it.

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quote:
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M60, if you download a PDF printer you can convert the entire thread to PDF. There are probably many available but I use Cute PDF. It's free to download. Just Google it.

Yep....same here with the "cutePDF". Not a bad idea when it comes to irreplaceable images / threads. These build-alongs are gold. Happy Bud saved the evidence!
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anybody suggest an equivalent to CutePDF for a Mac? I would love to have this archived on my computer.
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I don't have the answer but Google Is your friend. [Smile]

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Yeah just being lazy. Though somebody might have a preference.
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Bud, Thanks for taking the time to update the pics in this. I missed it the first time and am enjoying it immensely now. -Dave

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Took a break. Will start back rhis afternoon to continue reposting pics. One may be lost for good as are a few others.....

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I'll add a couple more photos of a quiver I made using part of ceme24's gator he got in SC a few years ago.

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The strap.

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This thread has been rebuilt. If any questions arise for building your own quiver, please ask.

Please, do not contact me to build you a quiver. Soap Creek builds them now and is TG sponsor. His prices are quite reasonable, too.

I am retired and building quivers for others for a fee is too much like work. [Wink]


I hope this thread is useful to many. If anyone downloads it to a pdf, I sure would appreciate a copy.

Thanks.

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