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Iowabowhunter
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Good afternoon,

Not having much luck tracking down my old Talltines, soon as my wheel bow sells I'm going to be putting $ down on a new Talltines from Brian.

Let's see some pics! Last one I had was myrtle limbs, with coco and bocote in the riser. Photobucket's messed up all the old threads unfortunately.

Going with the recurve, probably 62"

Thanks everyone!

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Whoops, just saw you are looking for a recurve.

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cocobolo riser and limb veneers

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Creekwood that's beautiful

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Iowabowhunter
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I like the idea of going a different way, my last TallTines was gorgeous. Wondering if Brian can put some type of old school camo on the limbs? May have to look into that.

Keep the pics coming!

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Hey TradbrewSC-what kind of wood is on the riser of the bow in the second pic on the right? The lighter colored one.

Thanks!

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Here is my 2 cent worth. I have a mrytle riser and a cocobolo dymond wood riser on my two stickflingers. Not only is the dymond wood gorgeous but the mass is pefect. If i could have one with any wood available, I think i would still pick his dymond wood with black glass limbs

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Do you have a pic you can show me of the dymondwood by chance Craig?

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I believe Brian has some stock bows left over from Kalamazoo. I've seen pics of a couple. They are gorgeous. Might check with him.
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Fred,
Don't know how you were able to find any "TIME" today to post that picture of your Tall tines [jumper] I "KNOW" just how "Bizzy" you been since yesterday's text ... [Razz] Very nice riser there Fred!

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quote:
Originally posted by Iowabowhunter:
Hey TradbrewSC-what kind of wood is on the riser of the bow in the second pic on the right? The lighter colored one.

Thanks!

My Recurve is Myrtle with a Zircote flare and Myrtle limbs. I love the long riser/ short limb set up, it is my go to.

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Looks great! Hoping to convince myself that the dymond wood riser will do haha

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Hey creekwood that's a beautiful looking bow !

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