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    Trails End Snakewood recurve

    Thought I would post a few pics of my new Recurve.


    Sag.

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    Another pic


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    another


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    Scorpyd Crossbows... nothing else compares
    Zeiss Victory HT 10x42 binoculars...simply superb

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    beautiful bow man i hope it brings you much success
    rob k

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    That is one fine looking bow. What are the woods used in it?

    Enjoy
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    Thanks, Rob.

    Farley,

    The riser is entirely of Snakewood, except for the accent lines.
    The limbs are Medicine Wood which are dyed to match the riser.
    Dale will not say what Medicine Wood consists of.


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    Bowman Accu-Riser I and II...Greatest built American bows of all time
    Hamskea Versa Rest, Hogg Father sight, Paridigm stabilizer.
    Scorpyd Crossbows... nothing else compares
    Zeiss Victory HT 10x42 binoculars...simply superb

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    Doug,

    This one only took one year.
    I say "only" because the current wait is now 18 months.
    My other two Trails End bows took 14 and 16 months.
    This one was fast.


    Sag.
    Bowman Accu-Riser I and II...Greatest built American bows of all time
    Hamskea Versa Rest, Hogg Father sight, Paridigm stabilizer.
    Scorpyd Crossbows... nothing else compares
    Zeiss Victory HT 10x42 binoculars...simply superb

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    Doug,

    Yes, my bow is for FF string.
    Dale now does FF by request.
    He doesn't have a website but here is a link to my Yahoo page with pics of his bows.
    His brochure is on the page.
    http://photos.yahoo.com/ph/my_photos


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    Last edited by Sagittarius; February 6th, 2006 at 10:17 AM.
    Bowman Accu-Riser I and II...Greatest built American bows of all time
    Hamskea Versa Rest, Hogg Father sight, Paridigm stabilizer.
    Scorpyd Crossbows... nothing else compares
    Zeiss Victory HT 10x42 binoculars...simply superb

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    Dye

    You might have the best looking as well as the best shooting bow made.
    These are great ,
    Good luck with it , Oh forgot to mention drop me a line is you would ever part with it.

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    One word says it all "WOW". If it shoots just half as good as it looks, you'll be shooting XXXXX.

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    Congrats Sag, that's one sensational looking bow!

    GAW-GEOUS!!!!

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    SAG !!!
    Yep another great looking bow !! How sweet it is !!! congrats !!
    Tj

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    Thanks, again, for the coments, guys.

    Tj,

    You still need a Dye before you're done.
    I tried to post pics at LW but their pics feature is down again.


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    Bowman Accu-Riser I and II...Greatest built American bows of all time
    Hamskea Versa Rest, Hogg Father sight, Paridigm stabilizer.
    Scorpyd Crossbows... nothing else compares
    Zeiss Victory HT 10x42 binoculars...simply superb

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    sag that bow is one great bow like i said earlier but how does it shoot for you and have you even been able to shoot anything with it yet? i would like to hear how it performed
    rob k

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    Rob,

    Have not shot this Snakewood bow yet because of the cold but will as soon as it warms up.
    Don't like to shoot a bow with a coat on.
    Since this one is fast flight, I am interested in seeing how it performs.
    My Blackwood bow shoots great for me and it's really accurate.
    But it uses a dacron string so would like to see how each bow compares.
    Especially, since both bows are 64# @ 29" and will make for a fair comparison.
    Will let you know how it works out.


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    Last edited by Sagittarius; February 9th, 2006 at 06:59 PM.
    Bowman Accu-Riser I and II...Greatest built American bows of all time
    Hamskea Versa Rest, Hogg Father sight, Paridigm stabilizer.
    Scorpyd Crossbows... nothing else compares
    Zeiss Victory HT 10x42 binoculars...simply superb

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