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Big Ed
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Who is shooting them and what are your thoughts? I have a 66" coming next week but won't be shooting it for a while until my elbow heals. Feel free to post some pictures to.
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Best D bow Ive shot and Ive tried quite a few.
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Smooth as silk draw and quiet as a mouses fart [biglaugh]
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quote:
Originally posted by SAVIOUR68:
Smooth as silk draw and quiet as a mouses fart [biglaugh]

But with out the stink.........I had one for about a year, great bow, fit and finish was excellent. The bow had great cast and in hindsight I should have never sold it. Mine was 43# @ 28" if I remember.

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TxAg
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Surprisingly quick and the quietest bow ever...i mean ever [Smile]
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I love mine...very stable and quick. A real pleasure to shoot. Please post pics when you get yours.

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Loved the one I had - sold it only because I was ready to move up in weight.

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Never shot a D bow but I have a Whip. I've been thinking about getting one of Dan's Super D's. How are they different from a Whip?
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nineworlds9
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As quiet as any Hill, but a bit quicker. Excellent cast for a mild r/d longbow. Very slender and handy for a 66"er. Very fun and easy to shoot. Dan does not build a model bow that is not great.

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nineworlds9
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PS/ how the Whip differs:

Whip is a quicker bow and it is most easily noticed shooting the same arrow out of both bows.

Super D is quieter and has a bit more of a pulse felt in the hand when shot.

Whip riser has more mass and larger dimension. I have some pics somewhere comparing the two side by side.

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54" Java Man Helms Deep
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I had one and loved it. They shoot great! My left and right arrows were virtually eliminated with it. I shot that bow for a couple years and really liked the shooting characteristics. It was my go to bow. I got antsy for something new and sold it. To this day, I miss that bow. I will likely own another some day.
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tzolk
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I have one and love it. Here are some pictures- follow link. http://www.traditionalarcherysociety.com/post/montana-bows-asl-7224512
It is a superb shooting, easy handling bow. So light in the hand too!

Drove to Dan's shop today and had an awesome visit! My buddy picked up a new Chinook. Man that is a nice recurve! Never read a bad word about one and I now know why.

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Jim Wright
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You will find the bow extremely well-mannered and very quick for a "D Bow". The "hand-shock" will be virtually non-existant, much more like feeling your pulse than any thump and I have shot wood arrows from 9 to 1 to over 12 to 1 through mine. It will be beautifully crafted of beautiful woods and even quieter than it is fast. There is nothing not to like.
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I have one and it is a great bow and is for sale only because the grip is too small to me.
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Big Ed
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What are the specs on yours that you are selling?

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