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Neely1911
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Fully assembled...waiting for the last coat of clear poly on the limbs to dry and then I can start shooting!!!

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That turned out fantastic....congrats!!!!

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DennyK
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Nice Work! [thumbsup]

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Thanks guys, it was a fun project and I'm looking forward to shooting it.

I also need a quiver for it, leaning towards a Kanati 2 piece that straps on the limbs if it will fit.

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Steve Kendrot
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Looks good. I just stripped mine and have one coat of ultra matte charcoal rustoleum paint on it cap looked almost black but actually more of a dark grey. Looks good so far.
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Steve,

Can you take pics. I would like to see. I think I am going to get the same color. THanks. Ken

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Sure. Might not be able to get to it for a day or so. Have a busy day Sunday. Should have taken some before pics. Used the stripper mentioned earlier. Worked pretty well with an old toothbrush to knock of the tougher spots.
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Steve Kendrot
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Ken. Pics sent to your email. No time for Photobucket.
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A word of caution, be very, very careful removing and installing screws in mag riser. I was not and stripped a hole out. Of all places the screw hole that holds screw and spring for latch retainer.
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JimB
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Nice job.I like it.I did one the same color several years ago.
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JimB
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This is the A handle I refinished.I bought it new,when they first came out.I built my own 5 arrow quiver,using a Delta center shaft,Great Northern gripper,custom brackets and I built a fiberglass hood.
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Nice job!
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Nice work.
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Do you guys refinish the latchs? Mine are wore to the bare metal. Just spray paint?
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Steve Kendrot
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I would've if it needed it. Mine were in decent shape. Not sure they were original because they were in much better shape than the riser and the leather pad looked brand new.
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