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Trad Bowhunter
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Has anyone had any experience with Acadian bows? I've been on their website and must say that these bows are really works of art. Do they shoot as well as they look?
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Bobby Castello
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I'll let you know in June when my new one piece treestick arrives. I do know that Warren Womack
has shot one for years and has a bus load of bow kills with it.Just go to any of his threads or his website and take a look at all the deer he has killed with his. Also alot of his buddies down in La. shoot Tims bows.Check out the La. Hog Hunt threads on this site. I can tell you that Tim Mullins is a great guy to deal with and he sure does build a pretty bow!

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I have Tim's own original broadhead inlay design 3pc treestick. It is featured on the options page of the Acadian site. He wanted to make a lighter draw one for himself and I am very fortunate to have been in the right place at the right time. These are very quick and quiet when you keep the brace height below 6&3/4". To me the treestick is the ultimate hybrid bow. I highly recommend his work. I have a second set of limbs being made now in recurve with his new carbon tappers. I can't wait.

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They are Tops!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!marco#78

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