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New bow coming

Messages posted to thread:
Box Call 11 13-May-19
Dry Bones 13-May-19
The Whittler 13-May-19
monkeyball 13-May-19
grizz 13-May-19
RymanCat 13-May-19
RonG 13-May-19
SWAG 13-May-19
SB 13-May-19
Barber 13-May-19
Bassman 14-May-19
George D. Stout 14-May-19
Box Call 11 16-May-19
swampwalker 16-May-19
Box Call 11 16-May-19
Box Call 11 16-May-19
Box Call 11 16-May-19
Box Call 11 16-May-19
Box Call 11 16-May-19
Barber 16-May-19
Wayne Hess 16-May-19
Box Call 11 16-May-19
Dry Bones 16-May-19
Brian waters 17-May-19
From: Box Call 11
Date: 13-May-19




Well,I ordered a Fleetwood knight 68", 40# camo riser,black limbs from pat Norris this morning.its a bolt on,shoot it all summer and hopefully use it on deer this season.ordered a springy rest too,25 spring.

From: Dry Bones
Date: 13-May-19




Congrats Dan. I struggle bad enough in the Thicket with my 66" longbow. Not sure what I would do with another inch both ways. Keep us posted and let us know how the shooting goes.

-Bones

From: The Whittler
Date: 13-May-19




Good for you can't wait to see it.

From: monkeyball
Date: 13-May-19




That will be a smooth shooting machine Dan!

If you need a pair of puffs for that you let me know!

Good Shooting->->->->Craig

From: grizz
Date: 13-May-19




Dan, post some pics when you get. Would like to see it, congratulations on your new bow.

From: RymanCat
Date: 13-May-19




Show a picture sounds sweet.

From: RonG
Date: 13-May-19




Fantastic Dan, so glad to see you back in the swing of things especially getting ready for next season hunting. A new bow is always exciting and I hope it works for you.

PS: I am in the market for a new one also.

From: SWAG
Date: 13-May-19




Always like seeing other guys bow, post pictures.....

From: SB
Date: 13-May-19




They ARE shorter strung! ... Whats wrong with the one you been shooting? Looks like a nice bow to me.

From: Barber
Date: 13-May-19




Show us some pics when you get it .

From: Bassman Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 14-May-19




I have seen this bow on Ebay. Should make you a nice bow for not to much money.

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-May-19




SB, how many bows do you have squirreled away, even before you switched to lefty? I think Dan is way behind you in that category.

From: Box Call 11
Date: 16-May-19




Just checked tracking and showed bow is out for delivery.hope to show a shot later today.springy rest came yesterday.now its hurry up and wait.

From: swampwalker
Date: 16-May-19




Uh oh, George to the rescue. :^)

From: Box Call 11
Date: 16-May-19

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Box just came,strange address for pat Norris in California.

From: Box Call 11
Date: 16-May-19

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The antitisapition builds.

From: Box Call 11
Date: 16-May-19

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Unwrapped and ready for assembly.for those that been here,its just like Christmas.

From: Box Call 11
Date: 16-May-19

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First set up.braced at seven inches.came with a flipper rest,changing to a springy rest for a hunting setup.fiddle with it Friday.so far a good tight bow.

From: Box Call 11
Date: 16-May-19




Pulled it back several times,and my gimpy shoulder said a big thanks,felt pretty good.I'm happy.

From: Barber
Date: 16-May-19




Awesome !

From: Wayne Hess
Date: 16-May-19




Looking Good.

From: Box Call 11
Date: 16-May-19




In the instruction booklet included,nothing mentioned about brace height or more or less nothing else.good thing there is a wealth of knowledge here.

From: Dry Bones
Date: 16-May-19




No time to waste, set-up some stuffing and shoot a few arrows. You HAVE to loose a few the first day, it's some sort of unwritten law about archery. But I believe it is plainly understood, new bow gets wood arrows.. Promptly :D

-Bones

From: Brian waters
Date: 17-May-19




Dan, youll like that bow. The riser makes for a great light weight warf also. With long ilf limbs and ilf plates from hawkeye it makes a sweet 70" ilf rig. I hated the grip, thats why theyre removable.





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