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Whether a new introductory for 2018, or a new bow for the individual or a used bow which is new to the individual inherently possesses gratifying anticipation.

The many gifted bowyers seem to always inspire us with their ingenuity, craftsmanship, art work and raising the bar in fulfilling our needs, wants and desires.

Hope many find their new joys in 2018 and share your prized acquisition.

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hybridbow hunter
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Well it came as santa's gift, so not yet 2018 but for a few days
Timberghost BlackPearl 62" 55#

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Possum Head
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Those limbs are full of curl! How do they shoot and are they quiet? Nice photo by the way.
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Beautiful stick,think I will stay with my Wild Horse Creek,fits me better than any I have ever owned.
Terry

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I did notice on Bears web site, a new 50s style 64" offering. It will be interesting to hear feedback on it.
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I will be getting my BigJim mountain monarch in 2018 , can't wait

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BigJim 3 pc buffalo 48@28
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BigJim thunderchild 55@32 Jim's bow

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New Schafer Silvertip,one piece ,black and white ebony,60",48@28 coming this week.
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Stalker ILF Recurve Highly figured Walnut/ Phenolic Handle with Crazy figured Walnut Limbs!
Can’t wait being built now, so hope to have it by months end.
Happy New Years !!

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Dryad epic ilf with a s longbow limbs. Should be in my hands sometime in February. All black bow. Black onyx riser and black glass. First custom bow in seven years.
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Acs longbow limbs
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I haven't shot some of my bows for so long, they will be like new again by the time they are pulled out. Its great!

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hybridbow hunter...A TimberGhost SS has accompanied me on 74 hunts, thus far, this deer season...The TimberGhost bas personally proven to be a wonderful and most reliable hunting companion.

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I picked up a used RER XR in bocote and black phenolic. 60" 49#@28".

Intended to replace my 42# 62" XR but somehow I doubt that will work out lol...

Love these bows.

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"Leaves are fallin all around..time I was on my way." -Led Zeppelin

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The new design shoots good and is really fast. I chronoed it pound for pound 2 fps faster than my faster bow the Black Douglas HEX6.5 from Border. Vertical and torsional stability is great and allow tight groups. The thing is on that bow limb timing is really perfect with NO post shot buzz nor hand shock. "Dead " after release.for this one
I struggled a little to get it hunting quiet as I draw past 31" but at 7.25" brace height with sticktammer and 2 pairs of wool silencers it is now good enough.

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quote:
Originally posted by Cyclic-Rivers:
I haven't shot some of my bows for so long, they will be like new again by the time they are pulled out. Its great!

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Because I shoot only outside, and all of my bows are 50 years old, it`s just been too cold to shoot outdoors.

- 20-25 Below Zero this morning. At those temperatures, they`d might snap like a Christmas Candy Cane!

I`m afraid I`m with you.

When it finally warms up enough for me to shoot, it`ll be like shooting a new bow!

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