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Java Man
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Awesome, JD!!! [thumbsup] [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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JD,
might have been covered but I did'nt see it,
is the bottom limb the same length as the top limb or shorter?
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Heck Bob I don't remember the brand of the solvent:) I get it from wally-world...
KC, I make all my bows with even limb length, I think they balance in my hands better.

JD

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JD,

Wow! What beautiful work!

It reminds me of a saying one of my past employers used to say to me. When I was in High School I worked at a butcher shop. He would say, "Darryl, I am a meat-cutter and you are a butcher"

JD you are a bowyer and I am a butcher. [Smile]

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Bob Barnes
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what is the solvent for and how do you use it?
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Bob

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I believe JD just wiped down the bow with solvent to bring out the highlights for the picture.

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looks good. I need to come and visit some time so you can teach me one on one.

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ttt for Ted!

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probably a dumb question but what does ttt mean?? I'm new at this computer term thing. I'm also kinda slow!! [Wink]
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Well Todd if you have to know what ttt means here you go.... toddtheturd [smileystooges] no really it means, to the top

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heres the link for Tedd so he doesn't have to read all the gooey stuff:)

http://groups.msn.com/Horseappleswebpage/bamboobackedstaticrecurve.msnw

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why can't you just love me, and accept my stupidity??? [Confused] [Confused]
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Bob Barnes
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oh JD...what you said to Todd... [Smile] feelin full of P and V as dad used to say.. ? LOL.

I'm still curious about what you use solvent for and how and why you use it...? I always have just used finish over the stain...

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your right Bob that was uncalled for, would you please apologize to Todd for me:) Wingnut answered your? in an earlier post... I use the mineral spirits to bring out the look of what the bow we look like when I put the finish on... nothing but a look see into what and how the finish will turn out to be... it dries in a few minutes so it doesn't add moisture...

JD

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Joe Don there are a few misspelled words in your last post!!! Better get that ENCYCLOPEDIA you keep next to the computer!!!!!!!!!!!! [bigsmyl] [bigsmyl] [Razz]
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