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    Talking Oneida Bow Pictures


    Here are some pictures of Oneida Bows I have taken here. Some picture are of my bows as well as those of customers custom finishes and restorations.
    If you have pictures of an Oneida you would like to add to this thread please do.

    Switchblade Target Bow an awsome shooter.





    CPOneida Falcon NexGen finish.




    CPOneida Extreme.


    Tims Sunset Osprey.


    Custom Black Eagles II's in Real Tree and Mossy Oak finishes.


    Screaming Eagle.


    Screaming Eagle with Eagles Head Scrimshaw converted to kcam and dual track timing system.


    Phantom


    Black Eagle II


    MR80 Left Hand


    MR80 Light


    Aeroforce


    Osprey Water Rain Drop


    Black Eagle I Flat Black


    Black Eagle I Titaniam Blue Riser Gun Blue Limbs


    Custom Screaming Eagle Kcams Dual track timing system lf outboards.


    Aeroforce Maple Mist


    Custom Nuge Pattern Screaming Eagle dual track timing system.


    Red Vein H250 dual track timing system.


    Manhatten Red H250 dual track timing system.


    Original Strike Eagle Target Bow


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    Very Nice....I still have my dad's Screaming Eagle in the man cave...
    Elite Pulse, HHA, LD Pro-V, Strokerized w/ 525g Easton's....

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    Very nice.
    Just old cryptic Unk at work.
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    Awesome looking bows there Joe.

    BTW nice looking grip on the Switchblade

    Bob
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    GitAGrip

    Bob I cannot thank you enough for the great work you have done for us in the past. And these grips on the switchblade are awsome to say the least. Robs work at MooseRidge is also awsome and shows on the switchblade also.
    Thanks Joe

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    My New LH Extreme Eagle in NexGen1 Camo with Black Limbs.

    Here's the Flip Side.
    Last edited by BWiz; April 1st, 2010 at 05:15 PM. Reason: revised wording.
    2008 Diamond Black Ice @ 65#'s/ C.P. Oneida Extreme Eagle, Easton Axis ST 340,
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    Green Marbled Oneida Screaming Eagle



    I just finished building this bow for a bowfishing customer.
    The bow is a screaming eagle with dual track timing system.





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    that NEON GREEN SCREAMER is mine
    cant wait to stick some fish with it!!!
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    WOW, what do those things weigh?

    They look awful heavy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrodderscott View Post
    that NEON GREEN SCREAMER is mine
    cant wait to stick some fish with it!!!
    First dibs when or if that comes up for sale. That bow is Friggin' Sweet !!!
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    oneida

    Quote Originally Posted by mainehunt View Post
    WOW, what do those things weigh?

    They look awful heavy.
    Maine Hunt that oneida is about twenty five years old and the bow weighs right around five pounds.
    These are the most popular bowfishing bows bar none.
    Stop by some time. You can try them for yourself. We stock all the new oneida bows as well as used bows here. I may shoot oneida bows but like them all and try to shoot as many bows as I can. Shoot what you like we do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneida Bows View Post


    Maine Hunt that oneida is about twenty five years old and the bow weighs right around five pounds.
    These are the most popular bowfishing bows bar none.
    Stop by some time. You can try them for yourself. We stock all the new oneida bows as well as used bows here. I may shoot oneida bows but like them all and try to shoot as many bows as I can. Shoot what you like we do.


    Aren't the newer BE right around 4lbs?

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    Nice pictures
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    oneida bows



    Quote Originally Posted by Hoythunter01 View Post
    First dibs when or if that comes up for sale. That bow is Friggin' Sweet !!!
    Sorry Hoythunter but that bow has been sold but we do have these two here if interested.

    When building one of these refinished bows we use upgraded dual track timing system/cables/string, refurbished hinges and either refurbished or new cams. We will have more next week.
    Here are a couple bows we have just like the green bow in the picture.
    These bows will be custom built with quality parts and we will warranty riser and limbs.
    This Cavarm Blue Marble H250

    Orange Marble Screaming Eagle



    Quote Originally Posted by no.1 BigMan View Post
    Aren't the newer BE right around 4lbs?
    Your right 1BigMan the black eagles bare bow are about 3.8 pounds.

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    Your an "Evil" man !!! Now I have to think about them all night and sleep on it.

    I'll get back to ya.
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    I have a H250 and if memory serves me correctly isn't max letoff 50% on those? Is there any way to get it up to at least 65% without overhauling it?

    Thanks

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    Some very nice looking bows for sure! I really like the green Screamer. I may have to do something like that to mine!

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    oneida bows

    Quote Originally Posted by no.1 BigMan View Post
    I have a H250 and if memory serves me correctly isn't max letoff 50% on those? Is there any way to get it up to at least 65% without overhauling it?

    Thanks
    Yes the H250's can be upgraded to the kcam and increased let offs. This is expensive as it requires a cam cables and string change.
    And in doing so you will end up with an overhaul before your done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneida Bows View Post
    Yes the H250's can be upgraded to the kcam and increased let offs. This is expensive as it requires a cam cables and string change.
    And in doing so you will end up with an overhaul before your done.

    That's kind of what I was figuring... probably be better to just buy a newer bow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneida Bows View Post
    Bob I cannot thank you enough for the great work you have done for us in the past. And these grips on the switchblade are awsome to say the least. Robs work at MooseRidge is also awsome and shows on the switchblade also.
    Thanks Joe
    Does anyone know where I could get some sideplates for an LFM? I bought a Like New Anodized LFM off the big auction site, but I have very small hamds and that grip is a little "beefy" for me.

    Love the pics. You are making want some more Oneidas
    Dan
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    These are side plates I made for my LFM, not in the same league as Bob from GitaGrip but they are very thin compared to stock.





    Bob

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    very nice looking bows you got there the falcons look great

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    here is my h 500 american eagle
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    Sharp looking bow

    Bob

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    Mattheww1377, wants the handle material? It looks suede wrapped.
    2008 Diamond Black Ice @ 65#'s/ C.P. Oneida Extreme Eagle, Easton Axis ST 340,
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