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Wannabe1
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African Blackwood makes a great contrasting riser wood against lighter colored limb cores. Here is my "Owl" that is Osage/African Blackwood.

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longbowben
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Outstanding looking bow.

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54" Hoots 57@28
60" MOAB 60@28
Gold tip, 160gr Snuffer
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USAF 90-96 69TH Bomb Squadron

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Rooselk
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Beautiful.

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SpankyNeal
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Here's a couple more Ebony ones for you guys! It looks really nice with clear glass, but I prefer black glass with mine!

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The Hill bug bit me several years ago but he was nothing compared to the latest one that got me - the Sunset Hill Bug....a vicious little critter whose bite causes severe anxiety, hair loss, nail biting, and a rapid loss of available funds! [help] Thank goodness the treatments aren't TOO expensive LOL!

Spanky [thumbsup]

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Ken "Spanky" Neal

4 Sunset Hills and counting!

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65" 56# "El Tigre"
67" 47# "Quiet Places"
66" 57# "Lionheart"

"Speed is vital, however it is absolutely worthless when you exchange it for stability and accuracy"...John Schulz

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longbowben
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Spanky the 2nd picture up is the handle i am getting That looks sweet.

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54" Hoots 57@28
60" MOAB 60@28
Gold tip, 160gr Snuffer
TGMM Family of the Bow
USAF 90-96 69TH Bomb Squadron

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longbowben
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And thanks everyone for the pictures.Lets see more [thumbsup]

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54" Hoots 57@28
60" MOAB 60@28
Gold tip, 160gr Snuffer
TGMM Family of the Bow
USAF 90-96 69TH Bomb Squadron

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smilinicon
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those ebony risers are very nice.
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David Mitchell
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another ebony riser/gray glass.
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Mudd
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quote:
Originally posted by David Mitchell:
another ebony riser/gray glass.
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Every time I've seen this bow I've drooled.

I can't imagine trying to hunt with it unless out in a white sand desert or a full on blanket of snow..lol

Thanks for showing it off again.

God bless,Mudd

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Cookus
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That's a beautiful bow David! Must resist this ebony temptation...

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West Virginia Bowhunters Association
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Wannabe1
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Mudd, my new Tembo is going to shock you if you like that one! I won't tell ya what it looks like yet, except that David and I share the same taste. Should be here this week some time. [Big Grin]

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"Good shoot Papa!" My son Robert after every shot I make whether good or bad.

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BEN
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So...are you ready to sell the GOOD MOAB now! LOL!

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Ben
M.O.A.B 54# Thunderstick
Ancient Spirits 62# "Thunderhawk"
Browning Wasp 45#

"VEGETARIAN"----Old Indian word for "BAD HUNTER".

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longbowben
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Good try but that bow has sentimental value and i want my son to have it.

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54" Hoots 57@28
60" MOAB 60@28
Gold tip, 160gr Snuffer
TGMM Family of the Bow
USAF 90-96 69TH Bomb Squadron

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leatherneck
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Aww,sell the bow and give Hayden the arrow. It did all the work anyhow! [laughing] [archer2]

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leatherneck
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Hey spanky,whats the wood in the last riser? Is that verawood?

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