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mec lineman
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One of the best feeling grips in the business IMHO

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"Pick a spot,now aim 6" lower!" Kota Killum, Tall Tines Stickflingers & Ten Ring strings

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[shaka]

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Black Widow PSAX RH 58" 47#@28
Samick Sage 62" 40#@28"
PSA Kingfisher RH 45#@28
Treadway longbow RH 60" 46#at 28"
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Mark,

It was pleasure spending some time with you and Brian. Thank you guys for serving our country!!!

Gregg

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Tater
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Very nice.. [thumbsup]

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katman
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Good looking bow. Nice to see the amo as well as recommended brace and string length on bow from bowyer, wish it would become the standard.

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shoot straight shoot often

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Longtoke
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Wow that looks awesome. The layup reminds me of s toelke

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Pika t/d 54"
Prairie Predator 60"
1961 kodiak 60"

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Longtoke
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by katman:
Good looking bow. Nice to see the amo as well as recommended brace and string length on bow from bowyer, wish it would become the standard. [/QUOTE

X2

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Pika t/d 54"
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1961 kodiak 60"

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Holy Crap, That bow is worth kissin. Very nice.
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Sweet bow!!!
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Mark Colangelo
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thanks yall...I still take it out a few times a day just to look and hold it...this subzero snow needs to chill out so i can get to tuning

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Mark C.

Javaman Elkheart, Bear Super Kodiak
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JMR
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Wow!!!
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Wow! That is amazing! [clapper]
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sore fingers
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I don't want to say how many times I have pulled this up and looked at that beauty, for fear you'll file a restraining order on me..
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quote:
Originally posted by rivercane:
Wow! That is amazing! [clapper]

Congrats!
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Bladepeek
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quote:
Originally posted by katman:
Good looking bow. Nice to see the amo as well as recommended brace and string length on bow from bowyer, wish it would become the standard.

X at least 3. I recently bought a longbow. I love the bow, but wanted to get a spare string for it. Bow is marked 66", but takes a 64" string to get the recommended brace height.

Greg gives you all the info you need, where it won't get lost, to order a string of the proper length even if you don't have the old string. And how many times have we seen posts asking what the recommended brace height is for a "new to me" bow?

Add in the fact that his grips fit me better than anything I've ever shot, Gregg's a definite winner.

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60" Bear Super K 40#@28
66" Sparrow hawk LH 42@28
54" Java Man Elk Heart LH 43@28
62" Lost Creek Judge RH 44@28
52" Bear KMag LH 45@28
62"/58" RER LXR LH 46/43@28

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