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I just finished building a rustic teardrop shaped camper to take to trad bow shoots. Here is a picture slideshow of the build.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnQbD_xO9KQ


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That looks sweet .

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I like it!
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awesome!

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That thing is awesome! Great job on the build!

Do you know the total weight? Just curious.

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Great door handle!

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I don't know the final weight. The tongue weight is just about perfect. It pulls good empty or loaded with 150 staves in the back

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Thanks guys. I want to make a smaller antler handle for the inside of the door.

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[thumbsup] [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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[biglaugh] "OUTSTANDING JOB"....... [thumbsup] and they moved to Beverly......Hills that is!!

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I love it. I've wanted to build a homemade off-road trailor for awhile. Just may be my winter project after watching that.

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Well done!
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That thing is a perfect trad camp. [campfire]

Nicely done.

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Thanks guys. I took it to the Tennessee Classic for a week and the Marshall, Michigan Primitive shoot for 4 days. It's very comfortable to sleep in with the memory foam mattress. I will be taking it to the Scottsburg, IN ITBA shoot in September.

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Outstanding! My favorite part is the osage step.
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