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Centex
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"La Grange" is a cool looking bow.

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Howard Hill Halfbreed "Sol" 68" 50@29
Hoyt Buffalo 62" 45@28"

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limbolt
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Chuck,that's a fine looking bow,Jerry always takes good care of his bows,I just received a Big Five from him,great guy to deal with,Congrats. [thumbsup] [thumbsup]
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Ron Roehrick
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That La Grange big river longbow has some karma connected to it for sure, Lamont and John are two of the really good guys that gave a lot to archery. Ron.
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Moots
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Does anyone have more pictures of BIG RIVER HH-style bows?

Plus this message will put the thread back on page one where I can find it!

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TxAg
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A while back I bought a Toelke Super D....I ended up selling it to fund a few house repairs. Didn't really have to sell it but I wasn't quite clicking with it...well, not consistently anyways.

All summer I've been missing that bow.

The good news is I found a great deal on a used one from a fellow tradganger. It arrived today, and I couldn't be more pleased. I will post some pics later tonight. Man, these things are quiet.

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Linwood Hines
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PLEASE, pictures of the "Big River(s)". And, thanks for putting this back on page 1 - as you mentioned...I was getting worried that y'all were gone!

btw: ordered shafts from Shurewood for my lb - what a great experience! I can't wait to see these shafts and start shooting them! If initial impressions indicate the product - WOW!

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TxAg
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I can't take credit for the pictures, but it's the same bow.

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nineworlds9
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Tx the Super D is a sweet shooter for sure. Only reason mine is up for sale right now is I'm feeling lately that I can't give 6 bows all fair shooting time and I hate having them sit on the rack. I am not gonna give it away though, if it doesn't sell at what I listed it for its gonna hang around. It was such an easy bow to shoot well right away I think I'd be real confident in it hunting.

What is the consensus here on the Super D guys? Does it qualify as a 'Hill' style bow or is it a D shaped r/d bow?

La Grange is working out really well for me guys.

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TxAg
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I haven't been doing this as long as most here, but when they look like this I would think it'd be hard to call it anything else. I've been wrong before, though. Thoughts?


My previous Super D
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Knawbone
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Big congrats on that new bow you made RC, Always a little prouder moment when you get one with self made equipment! Best to you and your bow come Monday. [thumbsup]


9W9, Extra special one there! That bow looks fantastic with the black riser and limbs, and the white belly. Sweet!

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RC
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Thanks David. I got big plans for it. I just gotta hold up my end of the shooting ,I know it will do its part. I got some old ACE broadheads I`m gonna hunt with first. they sharpen up real easy.Good luck all and be SAFE!!!RC
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Pat B.
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Great going RC, work comes first. Always has and always will... Sometimes it's a bit tough to swallow but it comes first. That's the way I was brought up, the old way.

Good luck with your new bow.

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Moots
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I bought a Super D on this sight. It was a beautiful bow, but I quickly sold it. The diameter of the grip was simply too small. I talked to another member who had the same problem. Do the grips all run on the small side with this bow?
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nineworlds9
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Yeah the Super D is Super slender. LOL. I still want to hear the final word on it: Hill bow? R/D? Lol

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Basil_K
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hey guys. I haven't been on here for a while. I've kinda been cheating and using my olympic bow.

Needless to say i came back here for a peak and i fell in love again. The bow of my dreams before was the Shrew Hill, i'd love to get one but i think i read they are no longer taking any more orders? Is this correct?

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