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New Whitewolf Wind Warrior

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Wolflord 10-Jun-18
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Barber 10-Jun-18
Wolflord 10-Jun-18
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Knifeguy 10-Jun-18
bwallace 10-Jun-18
Timbukto 10-Jun-18
reb 10-Jun-18
Wolflord 10-Jun-18
Gray Goose Shaft 10-Jun-18
Barber 10-Jun-18
Dry Bones 11-Jun-18
Jarhead 11-Jun-18
Barber 11-Jun-18
4nolz@work 11-Jun-18
S.M.Robertson 11-Jun-18
Wolflord 11-Jun-18
bwallace 12-Jun-18
twostrings 12-Jun-18
Droptine 12-Jun-18
Renewed Archer 12-Jun-18
Wolflord 12-Jun-18
Timbukto 12-Jun-18
trad47 13-Jun-18
Wolflord 16-Jun-18
peter.p 16-Jun-18
Bassman 18-Jun-18
twostrings 19-Jun-18
From: Wolflord
Date: 10-Jun-18

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Got my New Wind Warrior from Tony at Whitewolf archery!

From: Wolflord
Date: 10-Jun-18

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From: Wolflord
Date: 10-Jun-18

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Date: 10-Jun-18

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Date: 10-Jun-18

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Date: 10-Jun-18

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From: Barber
Date: 10-Jun-18




Very nice bow ! Tony makes great bows and that powderhorn color is really cool. I have owned several of his bows in different models and not a bad one in the bunch. Is that you first one of Tony’s bows ?

From: Wolflord
Date: 10-Jun-18

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Date: 10-Jun-18

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From: Wolflord
Date: 10-Jun-18




I've never had this much luck with photos! Anyway it's a 64" Whitewolf Wind Warrior, 73@28 powderhorn riser and limbs, back and belly.

From: Knifeguy
Date: 10-Jun-18




What a beauty and the lamination work is genius. Lance

From: bwallace
Date: 10-Jun-18




I have had a few WW bows. This was about 8 or 9 years ago. Sometime since, the prices of these bows has SKYROCKETED. I shot a Beowulf t/d for several years, but it was not worth the $1500 that it would cost to replace now. Looking through the custom order form on his website, a fast flight string included with a bow should not cost $10.00 extra. Very expensive bows that probably don't shoot any better than when they were half the price several years back.

From: Timbukto
Date: 10-Jun-18




Very sharp looking bow congrats.

From: reb
Date: 10-Jun-18




Very nice.

From: Wolflord
Date: 10-Jun-18




Yes Barber, my first Whitewolf. It was pretty expensive especially since I had the coreflex limbs, but I am in love with the looks of them.

From: Gray Goose Shaft
Date: 10-Jun-18




Snazzy, stylish, and sharp... wins the prize for the most laminates. I like the deep, reflexed handle. Congratulations on the purchase.

From: Barber
Date: 10-Jun-18




I had a Longhunter that had the coreflex limbs. It is an expensive up grade but it sure looks great ! I think it’s worth it . Lol

From: Dry Bones
Date: 11-Jun-18




Really good looking bow, Tony does some amazing work for sure. So, How does it shoot? :D

-Bones

From: Jarhead
Date: 11-Jun-18




What the hell fellas??... a guy posts 75 pics of a new bow that he's obviously in love with... "Oh I had one and they are too expensive now... not worth it." If you're not capable of being happy with the guy that's sharing his new toy... just scroll on by. I think it's beautiful... and I'm happy that he has the means to afford it. Now... how does that thing shoot?

From: Barber
Date: 11-Jun-18




Amen Jarhead !

From: 4nolz@work
Date: 11-Jun-18




that riser glueup took 2-3 times as long as most bows,really intricate.Im thinking the older models werent as intricate hence the price difference.Very impressive!

From: S.M.Robertson
Date: 11-Jun-18




That looks like the "Turk" model Tri State Archery made in the '60s. Looks cool and unique. Very nice!

From: Wolflord
Date: 11-Jun-18




Bow shoots great. According to my scale, bow is actually 76lbs at 28 and 83 at my 29.5 inch draw. Very quiet with the rubber silencers. Casts 830 grain arrows very well.

From: bwallace
Date: 12-Jun-18




I am sorry to say that Santa and the Easter Bunny aren't real, but colored actionwood blocks are ordered and then shaped, not glued togather, taking 2-3 times longer than other bows. https://bigjimsbowcompany.com/product/actionwood-precut-riser- blocks-2/

From: twostrings
Date: 12-Jun-18




Wow, reminds me of those wild bows we used in the old Disco Shoots. First one to hit the Ball starts the music. Good times.

From: Droptine
Date: 12-Jun-18




Love the powder horn look!

From: Renewed Archer
Date: 12-Jun-18




Great looking bow! Cool shape.

I'm all in favor of bowyers charging as much as they need to, to make a living and keep making bows. Too many have quit to get higher paying jobs b/c they couldn't support their family making bows. Brandon Stahl, Ken Rohloff, Kirk Lavender, Paul Schwarz, to name just 4. At least Paul is making bows again now that he retired from a "real" job.

Blacktail bows cost a lot, they are still in business, and I don't hear anyone complaining about how much they cost. They may complain about not having enough dough to buy one. That's the problem of the person wanting to buy a bow, not the bowyer's problem!

From: Wolflord
Date: 12-Jun-18




All I know is I am very happy with this bow. It seems all nice custom bows end up being well north of $800 once you have them optioned out and it's a gamble anytime you order a bow that you've never shot. I've seen more expensive bows than this get listed shortly after purchase.

From: Timbukto
Date: 12-Jun-18




"Santa isn't real" fake news

From: trad47
Date: 13-Jun-18




Awesome bow! Looks like it has Asian influence In its limb/ riser design. I bet it’s lightning fast. Congrats and thanks for sharing.

From: Wolflord
Date: 16-Jun-18

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About 23 yrds

From: peter.p
Date: 16-Jun-18




sweet looking bow, love the profile. colors remind me of asat camo, enjoy!

From: Bassman Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 18-Jun-18




Wow talk about master crafting.SWEET.

From: twostrings
Date: 19-Jun-18




And some sweet shooting, Wolflord.





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