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monterey
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Glad it's working out. Looking forward to seeing the pictures.

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60" long
African Walnut (also called tigerwood according to the wood database) veneers
Maple cores
Stabli core

36#@28"


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Paul/KS
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That sure is a good looking bow. [thumbsup]
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Looks Nice... Looks like she is bending good also...
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Bvas
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Looks good. Nice recovery!

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T Folts
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That turned out real nice, good recovery.

I cut the shelf on a bow recently at dead center, maybe you could fix that one for me.lol

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Looks great, nice bending! Probably best that you went on with the leftie. Hard to change once started....

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ty_in_ND
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Great looking bow! Having the stabi core must have helped out considering how narrow you needed to make it in order to reduce the weight. What's the riser made of?

Plus, you have one grateful friend and you get to make another bow! =D

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arachnid
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Thanks for the kind words guys. I`ts due to the fine people on this board that make these kind of things possible. I`m greatful to you all, as there is no way I could have learned the craft from across the sea without you guys.

ty_in_ND- The riser is solid Zebrawood. I didn`t use any accents and I realy like the clean look of it.

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