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KentuckyTJ
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Ok, I haven't seen this Palmer before and after visiting Mikes web site I still don't know what model this is. Anyone?

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I think it's his longbow offering ?

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Corey Bailey just picked one up that looks very similar. Might PM him

He goes by the name Basinboy on here

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That is Mike's longbow riser.
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Bisch
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I'm pretty sure that is the longbow, and I think I heard that Mike is not making that model anymore, but not 100% sure of that.

P.S. - I just looked on his website, and he does not list a longbow anymore.

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The pic looks like its been copied and pasted from RMSGear's website, call and ask them. 303.421.2259
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Yep, that's listed on RMS Gear as a Palmer longbow.

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Got a chance to shoot one a few weeks ago - pretty sweet!
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Ok I have a chance to buy one. Now I wonder why Mike stopped making them??? Please PM me if you know.

PS. Thanks for telling the world where it is. Probably gone now. Haha

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isn't that a legacy riser?

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Its listed as a new bow on their website.
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PM sent TJ!

Bisch

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Thanks Bisch!

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