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    Show off your Homemade wooden bow racks/holders!!!

    Hey everybody,
    Wanting to build a nice wooden rack so I can store my bow on the wall!
    Im new to archery and I have no idea how to even hang a bow so was hoping some of you guys could post some pics of your bow racks and holders ya'll have made to help me out.
    Thanks!

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    Not the greatest pics, but you get the idea... http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1686795
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    Here is the one I made before I put the finish on.
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    That is really nice!

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    that came out nice,any pics of it after you stained it?
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    made this one a while back.
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    Here's an old photo of one I made early on in my returning to archery:

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    here is mine, burned the wood then 2 coats of clear coat
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    Quote Originally Posted by rand_98201 View Post
    that came out nice,any pics of it after you stained it?
    Here is what it looks like after I finished it and hung it on the wall.
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    There sure have been some nice ones built and shown here.
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    Show off your Homemade wooden bow racks/holders!!!

    Subbed... Those are some nice racks! Lol.. I have a vision of a wood shelf type rack, but with shed antlers actually holding the bow.. Just need to find some big enough sheds!

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    I have one close to post number 3, but the bow holder arms are towards the top near the top arrow rack

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    Show off your Homemade wooden bow racks/holders!!!

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    Show off your Homemade wooden bow racks/holders!!!

    Not mine, it was someone's on here...maybe they will chime in?? But anyway I love this one. Not only do you have arrow and bow storage, there's a plaque for a euro!

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    Show off your Homemade wooden bow racks/holders!!!

    Here's one I did that was fairly simple. Just cut down a couple small cypres trees and lined a couple of the branches up for the bow hooks. Screwed it together and tied some rope around it to make it look better. Just finished my arrow rack out of cypres wood as well

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    this is one for just one of my crossbows



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    rack1.jpg

    I am selling racks like this in the classifieds... fully adjustable fit any bow.
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    One I put together from some cedar fencing.
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    Show off your Homemade wooden bow racks/holders!!!

    Brother in law just finished this one for me yesterdayImageUploadedByTapatalk1362947892.550299.jpg

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    theres some nice work here. Good thread

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    Show off your Homemade wooden bow racks/holders!!!

    Before finish or trim.

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