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Charlie Lamb
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Well, it's sure taken a while and I'm glad that Chris Surtees has been a patient man. Shop problems, material problems, missed weight bows.

Such is the curse of the amateur bowyer.

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Charlie

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Beautiful Charlie. Hope he gets to return soon to shoot it.

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Charlie Lamb
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Hunt Sharp

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DW
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That's a beautiful bow!....Don and Skyler

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You do some beautiful work Charlie! Very nice!

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Charlie Lamb
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Thanks Don [Smile]
Phenolic and osage accents in an osage riser.
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Gaboon ebony tip overlays
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Black glass back and gaboon ebony handle overlay.
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Widowbender
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That is one sweeeet lookin' bow!! I bet you could just walk through he woods and wave that around and stuff would just fall over, DEAD!! [knothead]

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Chisler
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Nice job Charlie - very nice!
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JDinPA
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Nice work Charlie.
That bow is going to be even prettier when that Osage gets to see some sun for a while.

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allanburden
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That's a beauty.

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Beautiful bow! It would definately stand out in the crowd.

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Chris Surtees
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Charlie,

Great looking bow. I know my boy will enjoy it. Hope he can put it to good use on the local hogs. Can not wait to hear from him when it arrives.

Dave,

I bid on this bow for Christopher. Now I need to have him get in touch with Charlie to understand the true meaning behind this gift from Dad. A great bow with a great bowyer and an amazing history behind it.

Chris

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ya thats nice! love that osage

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It was worth the wait. What a beaut the name sez it to.

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My daddy allways said there was more ways to kill a cat than choking it with butter. I allways say use a judo!

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Wow! What a beauty.

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