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Bjorn
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Outstanding! Gorgeous! Beautiful Damascus pattern!
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Tique
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Nice looking head Doc. Interested in seeing the pics when you mount it.

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ishiwannabe
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When do you start producing them for the market? [Big Grin] In all seriousness....beautiful.

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LEOPARD
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That's one beautiful head Doc! [Wink] Thanks for sharing! [thumbsup]

Nigel

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flatbowMB
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Very, very nice! What is the width, length & thickness of that blade?
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drewsbow
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Sweet , nice work Doc :0)

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tippit
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I decided she needed a little more color if she were going to grace one of Ted's arrows.

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I mounted her with dental floss just to see how well she spun...perfect. Last summer I had picked up a 1/2 dozen Raptor arrows on the blanket. I couldn't believe my luck in finding my friend's perfect footed arrows [thumbsup] What's even funnier, there was a broken shaft at the TX Sweat that Ted had used on his bowyer hunt...same arrow! Gotta be some mojo there...I hope [pray] Doc

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So pretty.

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Buckhammer
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Beautiful head Doc. [thumbsup] How did you get the color?
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tippit
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Buckhammer,
Those are just tempering colors. She'll lose those when the action gets heavy [Smile]

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ishiwannabe
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Wow again Doc. Cant wait to see that green arrow turned red.

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4runr
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I remember your excitement when you found those arrows, Doc. I remember you saying "It'll take just the right point to finish them off". I'd say you "found" the right point. Very nice my friend!

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Budog56
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great work cant wait for the hero pics with the big bear that will bloody that arrow
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JEFF B
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wow!!! jeff that looks sharp [thumbsup]

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Yogi is already calling the taxidermist so you get that part of the job done right too! What is your back-up head in case you mmmmm......?

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