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tradgreenhorn
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Letís see your Northern Mist Long Bows.
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mec lineman
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Can't post pics anymore, but I had a very simple, but powerful 62" baraga. Just a good shooting bow in my opinion. That bow was getting 181fps at 11 grn.per pound at 50#

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"Pick a spot,now aim 6" lower!" Northern Mist Baraga , Kota Killum, Tall Tines Stickflinger ,Omega Imperial & Ten Ring strings

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ron w
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I have had Baraga's, Superiors, still have 2 Whispers. I need to get a classic at some point. They are top of the line in my opinion, great fit and finish, very good performance and Steve is just a great guy to deal with. I don't have any pics but I'm sure someone will put a few up.

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tradgreenhorn
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Anybody have pictures of a black one?
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meatCKR
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Here's one I used to have. Kick myself almost daily for letting this on go. She was a 66" Black Beauty. Bocote Riser and 4 lams of American Elm with black glass on back and belly. Just outstanding! Can't go wrong with a mist!

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meatCKR
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Oh.. Sorry. It was a NM Classic.
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My Rammer 64" bamboo brown glass
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64" Northern Mist Ramer
62" Titan II Border Hex 7.5
66" Miller Old Tom
60" Zipper ilf, Centaur limbs

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nineworlds9
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Trad',

Steve's bows are exceptional. Among the most gratifying and mild mannered ASL's I have shot. His attention to detail on the bows is "Superior", you won't find a mistake on one. They are an excellent value. He builds several other models not listed on his site occasionally, just call and discuss. He has a longbow for every need.

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54" Java Man Helms Deep
62" Tall Tines Stickflinger
62" Cleland Stickbow
62" W&W Black Wolf + Uukha EX1's
70" HHA Black Mamba #46

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American Elm under clear glass
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Bubinga (elm lams)
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Shedua (ash lams)
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Ash under clear glass
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54" Java Man Helms Deep
62" Tall Tines Stickflinger
62" Cleland Stickbow
62" W&W Black Wolf + Uukha EX1's
70" HHA Black Mamba #46

Horse Creek TAC, GA
TBOF

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allanburden
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Not the greatest picture but itís the only one on my phone at the moment. My NM Superior 66Ē long and 50lbs @ 29Ē  -

I also have a Baraga that I made a trade for back in 2006 that I absolutely love.

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matt steed
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Allanburdan; nice Superiour.
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Winners make commitments ,Loser make excuses

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allanburden
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quote:
Originally posted by matt steed:
Allanburdan; nice Superiour.

Thank you! Itís a beautiful bow but has taken me a while to figure out. Thanks to some advice on here I changed my grip up a bit and took almost all the thump out of her

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Vesty
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My go to bow remains my Whisper.There is something about that bow that always draws me to it. 66" 51#@28. It loves heavy wood arrows.
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Steve makes an awesome bow
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