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tippit
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My Quebec Bear Quest 08 silver bullet for spring bears. I didn't etch it as it came out with a nice suttle appearance. It has a 25 degree edge and finished at the weight I normally shoot...225gr. Now I just need to get going on a beautiful Osage character stave John Scifres sold me...got til end of June to complete my hunting attire. Doc

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BEAutifull,, would love to see is Mounted on a shaft,,

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DANG that's sweet...a Scifres stave in the hands of an artist...can't wait to see the rest of the set up....Nice job Tippit, as usual.

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The bears would stay in the dens until July if they had internet access Doc.

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Awesome work, as always, Doc!

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Beautiful! That will sure get the job done on a blackie. What kind of arrow is going to guide it?

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Whip, It will be a wood arrow now that Woody has shown me be how to mount them. With an Osage selfbow, just one step up the evolutionary path from last years stone point [Wink] Doc

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Well maybe 2 steps since it is Damascus [Big Grin]

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That is GORGEOUS!

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COOL!! Should be weight forward arra,huh?

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Dr Ashby, I never would have thought to do this without All your dedication and hard work! Thank you...Doc

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kennym, I normally shoot 200-235 grain up front. I'll have to see how it flyes. But for Bears, they will usually be close and drop off shouldn't be a big problem. The extra punch should be worth it.

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Way to go Doc! I'm sure any bear would be proud to succumb to that tip. Great work as usual.

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Jeffery, very good buddy, Im pulling for ya !!!!Marco#78

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That is a nice looking head. I've always liked the look of Damascus.

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