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tippit
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Mark, I was wondering when someone would catch that! It's just barely barbed...very easy to change wing angles pending where it is used. I left as much steel to see what my final weight would come out to. We looked hard at the regs in Quebec last year to make sure some of our stone points were legal too...Doc

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Absolutely beautiful! Why don't you bring some of the broadheads you have made to the PBS banquet. I, and I'm sure many others, would like to see them.
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The french bears are in big trouble! Awesome heads Doc, should do the job just right.

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Looks like I got to forge up at least another one! I normally shoot LW feathers...But when I looked at Ted's arrow today, I realized it was Right Wing feathers [Eek!]

It's funny as I kept telling myself over & over...get the correct bevel on the edge [knothead] Doc

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Wow Doc those are beautiful, nice work.

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Doc, your in luck, I shoot left wing [bigsmyl]

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