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jeffroa2001
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Since several photos on here no longer show up due to the phototbucket issues, I was wondering if everyone could post pictures of their Java Man? I am trying to show a friend Gregg's work on here who is on the build list. Thanks in advance, and I hope you all are having a great season!

Also, I just received my new Falcon from him and Ill be sharing soon!

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Here are a few of mine....he does do great work and such a good human to work with. All Elkhearts.

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Javaman Elkheart
Javaman Helms Deep
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KSshrewman,

Thank you for your post, all of your bows are gorgeous!

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Steelhead
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Love the no glass Duoflex.Very elegant and rarer bow.I think that one has a Wenge core.Mine did with bamboo back and osage belly.The pinstripe looks sexy in profile.

They shoot excellent as well.Its one I would like to have on my rack still.

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Here is my Javaman not getting much use with my broken knee but she shoot like a dream and looks like one to

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Gregg is certainly a craftsman, no doubt about it! [thumbsup]

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Gary,Is that a take down?

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Larry, you sure that's all of them? [Smile]

My lead time is down to 4-5 months and will be adding a stock bow page to my website in the next 2-3 weeks.

I appreciate all the nice comments.

Gregg

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Gary,

I'd be happy to keep her warm for you while you're on the mend....😎

Mark

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Great looking bows. I general shoot recurves with high grips. I have a few longbows but struggle with a true long bow grip. Can the Elkheart or Assyrian be made/tiller with a higher grip.
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Nice try Mark I won't let this bow leave the house
I broke my knee not my arms I still shoot the bow in the house when the wife isn't home hahahah

And yes it's a take down

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Worth a shot I guess... A very striking bow for sure, I'd watch it closely too!!
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quote:
Originally posted by texbow2:
Great looking bows. I general shoot recurves with high grips. I have a few longbows but struggle with a true long bow grip. Can the Elkheart or Assyrian be made/tiller with a higher grip.

Yes

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Steve Jr
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Gregg's bows are all Beautiful works of art . He has to be one of the nicest guy's out there !

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