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Guss
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Wow..!! Now there's some eye candy..!!!
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batbow
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Those are all gorgeous,
But the new one is the one you gotta hunt with, love that wood!

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Stalker Coyote 56, 49@28
Acadian woods carbon recurve 56 28@28
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Browning Nomad Stalker 45# 28
Morrison 58, 47@28
Black Widow PCH 58 in 40#@28

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Steve Jr
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Simply Awesome Pat!! Those bows are gorgeous. I would have the same problem that your having. I would probably try to break in the new one and get some blood on it. I'm chomping at the bit for mine to be done. Hopefully only another month.

Steve Jr

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Steve Jr

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Michael Arnette
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Man I wish I had that problem with bows and not just girls 😂😂😂

Seriously though, they are all works of art and I'm sure you will have no problem putting them to good use!

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carbonflyr
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pat...can i be put into your will...pleeeeese!!
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pdk25
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😀. Wait until my friend posts pics of his that is in the mail. It is awesome looking!
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Tim Hoeck
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Maybe you should send one my way as I'm a lefty
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David McLendon
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Got me thinking about that Dude that has his spot on the list up for sale, and I do have those Mango veneers from Curt sitting on the shelf. :/

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Lefties are the only ones who hold the bow in the right hand, and my fletching is about as left-wing as I get.

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Steve Jr
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Do it Dave [bigsmyl] [bigsmyl] !!! When is that dude's build date? I will tell ya it's really been a quick 4 months. Brian should be starting mine next week [pray] and I am Stoked!! I have spalted mango veneers from Curt they are really cool looking.

Steve Jr

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Steve Jr

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deerhunter_w
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What kind of quiver are you using on your stickflinger's. Brian said he hoped to have mine finished by the end of nxt week, so I have been trying to decide on what to order. Kind of leaning towarda a great northern.

Jeff

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58" Tall Tines 49@28
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64" stickflinger 50@28
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pdk25
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I use a Selway quiver, but great northern makes a great quiver too. Just got a real lightweight 3 arrow quiver from traditions leather craft in Oklahoma that should work great too.
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pdk25
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Here are some pics of Dirtybird's (Dave Sisamis) bow.


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WOW!!!! That's another beauty. Can't wait for mine to be done.

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deerhunter_w
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Another hreat looking Tall Tines.

Jeff

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58" Tall Tines 49@28
58" Centaur Triple Carbon Elite 50@27
64" stickflinger 50@28
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deerhunter_w
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Do you have any problems with that selway? My arrowa keeping pulling out of the hood when I'm shooting? I shooting gold tip blems.

Jeff

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58" Tall Tines 49@28
58" Centaur Triple Carbon Elite 50@27
64" stickflinger 50@28
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