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Trux Turning
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Man-that's a beauty!!
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White Oak
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Wow Marty!!!! Another masterpiece. Beautiful work.
Congrats Josh. Anyone would be proud to carry that bow and how many people have the process from beginning to end available to them. Enjoy!! [thumbsup]

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Fantastic!!!!!!!

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GREAT JOB!!

That is one sweet bow! Congrats Oliver!

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Stay sharp, Kenny.

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frank bullitt
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REAL Nice, Marty! Great work [thumbsup]

Josh, Carbon? She deserves some nice wood! [bigsmyl]

Black and yellow fletch, yellar nocs, black cap and yellar shaft stain, oh yeah!

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exceptional work, someday I will have one of your R/D bows.
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Hazah! That is a beauty!!!!!!!

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SteveD
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Wow Marty. That looks great. Another nice bow
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ron w
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Well done!!!

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WOW !!! Marty that's a awesome looking bow. Fantastic job.

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Super build along and a great looking bow.

Congrats!

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Proud Dad to two awesome Kids and a very passionate pig hunter.

Right handed but left eye dominant. Made the switch to LH shooting and it was THE best thing I ever did.....YMMV

Proud to be a Native TEXAN!!!!!

"TGMM Family of the Bow"

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Perfect Fit and Finish!!! Gotta love that slight textured finish!!!

Well done!

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Peckerwood
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That is a great looking bow ! I like the wood combinations.

Where did you get your ebony ?

Bill

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Apex Predator
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Bill, I bought this piece at Gilmer Woods online. I like the fact that they have quite a selection and photos of every piece. I don't like that the best stuff goes quickly, they have a $100 minimum, and the shipping isn't cheap for me.

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I didn't claw my way to the top of the food chain to eat vegetables!

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Apex Predator
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Bill, I bought this piece at Gilmer Woods online. I like the fact that they have quite a selection and photos of every piece. I don't like that the best stuff goes quickly, they have a $100 minimum, and the shipping isn't cheap for me.

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I didn't claw my way to the top of the food chain to eat vegetables!

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