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    "GILLO Gold Medal" G1 riser

    Our development is now close to the end, tests are OK, so this Friday we will publish pictures and details of our new riser, the "GILLO Gold Medal" G1 that Michele will use in Antalya WC next week.

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    OK, I know this picture is not enough, just wait two days more ..

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    That's enough for me to know I like the limb pocket design and that the riser is drilled and tapped for a backweight bushing. I can see the limb alignment adjustment solution as well. Simple is good.
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    Got me interested straight away.

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    pił per favore
    " You know, I think this recurve thing just might catch on"

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    Congratulations. Hopefully it will be well-received and repay the work put into it.

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    Damn, I just bought a new riser!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greysides View Post
    Congratulations. Hopefully it will be well-received and repay the work put into it.
    You can bet it will be well designed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vittorio View Post
    Our development is now close to the end, tests are OK, so this Friday we will publish pictures and details of our new riser, the "GILLO Gold Medal" G1 that Michele will use in Antalya WC next week.

    Rilascio_2_small.JPG

    OK, I know this picture is not enough, just wait two days more ..

    P.S.
    Something more at https://www.facebook.com/gillogoldmedal
    Ooh , exciting !
    Will it come in LH ? 27 in ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by darracuda View Post
    Ooh , exciting !
    Will it come in LH ? 27 in ?
    Here's what was said about that earlier:

    Quote Originally Posted by Vittorio View Post
    I have been involved with Michele in original testing of the Bernadini Ghibly, Best Zenit , Spigarelli VBS 2001. Then, when I was cooperating with Bernardini, I designed the Luxor 27" based on Nilo structure but quite different in geometry, that was the 1st 27" to reach the market. I also designed at that time the Bernardini Mamba 19" hunting riser, based on Cobra 21 stucture.
    The Gillo G1 project has started last December, first 25" prototype tested in March and final pre production samples will be available by end of May. My hope is that Michele will be able to use one of them in Antalya World Cup. First production available for sales planned by end of August.
    The project is trying to reach following objectives:
    - Make a riser based on Zenit super tested winning geometries, but more versatile in balancing for both recurve and Bare Bow. You will be surprised by the options already available at the launch, but we have even more ideas about
    - Make a riser cheaper than Zenit, more close in price to the Moon in the basic version. Target retail price in Europe for the 25" is 399.00 Euro only including 22% VAT is still possible!
    Any project in risers starts from 25", were the market is. But as said, I can easily make a 27" from it, may be by year end ... Let's see...
    The "GILLO Gold Medal" project involves the development of a full range of original archery products. You can follow its development on Facebook at :
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    What company do you work for? Is the company called GILLO or is that the riser name?

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    Judging from the thread title, and facebook page, and info in this thread, the company is called "Gillo Gold Medal" and the riser model is the "G1."
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    image004.jpg

    Any chance thats the riser pictured on their site?


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    That is the best zenit from the olympics

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    Quote Originally Posted by TER View Post
    Judging from the thread title, and facebook page, and info in this thread, the company is called "Gillo Gold Medal" and the riser model is the "G1."
    Company name is MICAF SRL, Archery BIZ Division.

    "GILLO Gold Medal" is their registered brand.

    Official Website www.gillogoldmedal.it (not much on it yet)
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    Lets hope there are barebow provisions (hint, hint). :-)
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    (someone pointed me that in Australia is Friday already ... )
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    Is there some sort of integrated weight/damping system under the plate below the grip/riser bushing?

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    And of course, this riser will surely accept the "old" grip standard used by Hoyt for many years and still used by Spigarelli, BEST and SKY (commonly referred to as the "Avalon" grip).
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    Quote Originally Posted by limbwalker View Post
    And of course, this riser will surely accept the "old" grip standard used by Hoyt for many years and still used by Spigarelli, BEST and SKY (commonly referred to as the "Avalon" grip).
    Of Course ...

    Believe it or not, it can also accept (like the other risers you mentioned) the grip of the Radian, even if the hand is presently not so comfortable directly against the aluminum (but I think to be able to fix this in mass production ...)
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    Barebow in anodized Silver (hint, hint, hint)

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    This riser is born to make all archers happy about the number of possibilities they will get to make its balance different. Combining all standard options available, you will be able to reach more than 150 balance combinations without adding any stabilizer or weight to the 6 (six) x 5/16-24 stabilizers holes. But then you wil have even more possibilities adding additional weights to the 3 front holes of the special Bare bow covers, if you use it. A real toy that will fill your time for a long future... just trying to find the right combination for you.
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    Looking forward to full details of this.

    Vittorio - If you want a left hand prototype testing by a relatively good archer give me a shout!

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    Exact same geometry as the Moon/Zenit or are there changes?

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    Ok, so I will hold off getting a new riser for a few days then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigjono View Post
    Ok, so I will hold off getting a new riser for a few days then.
    Haha ... you and me both.

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