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DeerSpotter
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I had a Chad Holm Bow. And I sold it because of shoulder problems that I thought were permanent !

To my surprise they're not. I sold the bow to someone off of Trad Gang. And if you're not using it and you still have it and you want to sell it, let me know. I sure would appreciate it.

Here's what it looks like !

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But if it belongs to a son or daughter, that's already made memories with it, and they want to keep it. I totally understand.

PM me with info about it

Thanks

Carl

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I have bought a few Holm-Made bows, maybe yours was one of them. But I can't see your photos.

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I pick the wrong link

Fix them !

DS

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Nope......I didn't get that one. But I do remember it on the classifieds. Best of luck in your search.

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In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities. In the expert's there are few...So the most difficult thing is always to keep your beginner's mind...This is also the real secret of the arts: always be a beginner. Shunryu Suzuki

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One More

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Good Luck!!! Hope you have better luck than me... Years ago, my ex-wife sold my 1967 Kodiak Mag, on "CL" while I was put out of the house on an OOP. I've been looking for it ever since.

Wish you the best, Brother!!!!! Good thing is, it was sold here! May have moved around a bit... Chances are, it's still in the neighborhood!!??

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I hope it is, but it's a nice looking bow and somebody might have glue on their hands. To keep it sticking around. The poundage is a little light for those that like heavy ones. But I hope I find it. I know I've learned my lesson.


DS

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Nice bow Carl and hope you find it! Not sure you remember me but I bought a Annewakee Quiver from you several years ago but not the bow...
You never know someone might stumble across this thread and know who has it and that would be nice to see you get it back. Best of luck to you.
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Nice stick hope you can locate it. Keep us informed.
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There were two bows that I sold at that time ,the one above was one of them. The other one was a Griffin. Now I know JOHN
MC CULLOUGH makes a real nice bow. It was sold to a father in the first part of December. The father was from TradGang, they live in this area. He was going to make it a birthday gift for his Son. It was good to make that father and Son happy. I waited a year and a half to get that bow. But it was well worth it because it was going to a young lad that was going to use it for the rest of his life. I bet you he has made some wonderful memories with it.

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Good luck.

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Yes I have to agree, I think someone was probably thinking it !

It was foolish to sell a bow like that ! But you know the best part of that bow, was the friendship with the best School teacher in Minnesota !

By the way he makes fantastic bows ! Every bow that I've gotten from him he's taught me something. Now I have a new one I think it's either the third or fourth one I have gotten from Chad. He's one special guy to work with, he will treat you right.

DS

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Thanks guys, I think if someone from here had it, they may tell a story about it. And say they want to keep it for the memories.

And That's great ! It Just gives me another excuse !!!! To buy another bow ! Not right now ! Just got one !

Isn't the rule three per year ???

DS

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