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Arrowcraft
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You my friend are in for a treat and
unfortunately a long miserable day counting
wait , oh but the day it arrives !!
I own 2 of Brian,s bows and wish I had more
a treasure to be sure , enjoy and try to be
patient.
-----Black Wolf 68" 57#@28 -----
-----Tall Tines 60" 52#@28 -----
-----Tall Tines 60" 45#@28 -----

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kennyb
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I ordered a TT a couple of weeks ago and can't wait!!
Hope you enjoy yours 9 Shocks!!

Kenny [thumbsup]

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Tall Tines Recurve 62"
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I've got an 18" riser coming. Great bows for sure

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Biggie Hoffman
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Just talked Brian into putting me on the list for a new longbow.
Gave him poetic license to build something special. My shoulders are always giving me trouble and I needed something smooth and light weight.
Besides being a master bowyer, he's one helluva great guy!

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Steve O
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quote:
Originally posted by Biggie Hoffman:
Just talked Brian into putting me on the list for a new longbow.
Gave him poetic license to build something special. My shoulders are always giving me trouble and I needed something smooth and light weight.
Besides being a master bowyer, he's one helluva great guy!

I will second all that.

I gave up trying to pick woods about 10 TallTines ago--Brian has never let me down [thumbsup]

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Michael Arnette
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quote:
Originally posted by Steve O:
quote:
Originally posted by Biggie Hoffman:
Just talked Brian into putting me on the list for a new longbow.
Gave him poetic license to build something special. My shoulders are always giving me trouble and I needed something smooth and light weight.
Besides being a master bowyer, he's one helluva great guy!

I will second all that.

I gave up trying to pick woods about 10 TallTines ago--Brian has never let me down [thumbsup]

Me 3! I have no idea what woods he used on mine just asked him to surprise me. I just got a call from Brian and my limbs should be shipping next week!!! Super excited!
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deerhunter_w
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I sent in my deposit for one of his stickflingers last week. Great bows.

Jeff

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Biggie Hoffman
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Jeff, I think I got my order in ahead of you 8-)

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Lol. Either way it can't come fast enough. The last time I talked to him he stated his wait time was 2-3 months. Has it changed?

Jeff

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58" Tall Tines 49@28
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You wont be disappointed. This bow is on my keeper list also. When I have shooting issues or slumps I can still go get the ol' girl out and she is money. Don't get me wrong they are beautiful bows, and really perform, but in my opinion the grip is what makes his bows. They are just so repeatable.
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I love my tall Tines bows. They are my go to recurves. Good luck!
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quote:
Originally posted by RedRidge:
Awesome. I am really considering one myself. In for the pics!

I don't shoot Brian's bows because they're pretty, I shoot them because they perform like no other. he does have some very nice woods I just normally don't get the glamorous looking ones. The last two or three I've had were brown glass and downright ugly compared to some of the stuff he can do
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quote:
Originally posted by deerhunter_w:
Lol. Either way it can't come fast enough. The last time I talked to him he stated his wait time was 2-3 months. Has it changed?

Jeff

Still 3 months! I'm excited. Hopefully my elbow will feel a little better by changing things up a bit.

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58" TallTines Recurve 47@27

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Love Tall Tines! My favorite bows. I'm loving my new stickflinger and loved my past recurve.
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Great wood combo choice. I've had this one for about 7 years and it's been my go-to bow since the first time I shot it. You can't go wrong with a Tall Tines.
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This bow has fallen out of treestands, smacked fiberglass blind poles at full draw, rode 1000s of miles in the back of a pickup, it's been banged around on treestands ladders, and screw in steps, it's been really wet, really cold, really hot, and really muddy. After all that it still looks like one of Brian's works of Art.

Hope you enjoy yours as much as I've enjoyed this one, I'm confident it will serve you well.

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