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jeffroa2001
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So here is my new Falcon from Gregg. It's 50#@32", 60", 2pc, black Palm riser, karelian birch burl veneers, moose antler overlays and tips. The finest bow I have ever shot, smooth draw and release, aesthetically perfect, and well balanced. Gregg is not only an amazing bowyer, but makes you feel like a friend. I highly recommend Java Man!

https://imgur.com/gallery/GTr4K

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"Don't discuss yourself, for you are bound to lose; if you belittle yourself, you are believed; if you praise yourself, you are disbelieved."- Michel de Montaigne

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big_wave_dave
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Here's some photo's of my 60" Falcon with a not so impressive background. I can't say enough good things about it. It is so much fun to shoot and looks beautiful to boot.

Highly recommended.

I'm hoping I'll get my first deer ever this weekend with it. Fingers crossed.
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Beware they are additive, one isn’t enough!!

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Ya think....lol...
It's a sickness that I truly enjoy!
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Javaman Elkheart
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tippit
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I have a bunch of Java Man bows but thought you might like to see a couple of his earlier Bamboo ones...tippit

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Obe-Wan
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My 60” Falcon.

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Big Jim Thunder Child.
Java Man Falcon.

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Not to hijack but, do you think a 52" Elkhart is too short for a 27.5" draw?

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Ive been staring at the Helms Deep for several years!

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MIBIGHNTR
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I haven't quite gotten Gregg to accept a kidney in trade, but I'll have one of his bows someday!!
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Crash
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Gregg is great to work with, listens to what you want in a bow and then puts everything into delivering for you. Lots of communication throughout the process also.

That is a Helms Deep, I also have a 58" Elkheart that is a real joy but I don't have any pictures of it.

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MIBIGHNTR
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That's a BEAUTY Crash!!!
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D. Key
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I just got this Elkheart in the mail today and man, is it a shooter. Cocobolo riser and overlays with Boo cores, Yew veneers and horn tips. Never shot a bow this good right out of the box. 58" and 41# @ 28".

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Crash What are the veneer woods on your bow?
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nineworlds9
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How bout some figured Chechen? One of my new favorite veneers. And some finger grooves eh?

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Lowrider
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Really wanted a Beaver Tail grip but my Helms Deep has the finger grooves and I really like them.
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