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hogdancer
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I recently sent a favorite bow of mine , one of my Dale Dyes', of to Joe Lasch at "The Bow Hospital" to have a little weight taken off and to be refinished. I had already refinished it once with Fullerplast but wanted a better job that would hold up better because I have gotten to be very rough on my bows lately. He did an outstanding job with a very quick turnaround of a few weeks, I am sure the wait will get longer when folks figure out how good he is. Here are a few pictures of how it looks now before I get some blood on it [Smile]
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Looks great! Love the pierce points.

Joe is a great guy to do business with!

Josh

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Joe's a top notch fella, and it looks like he's very talented as well [thumbsup]

Sure looking forward to finally meeting him in TX in a couple weeks...

Speaking of which...Are you hunting with that bow in TX bud?

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Very pretty work, thank's for sharing your bow with us.

-Jeremy

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Mountainboy
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Man that's sweet!!

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PV
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Darn fine work Joe!!! All that and he can cook too.....
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Very nice job.
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hogdancer
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Not sure Curt, I had planned to hunt with a bow I made but this one shoots so dang good I may have to!

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Tique
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Wouldn't expect anything else from Joe; he is a "top notch" kinda guy. [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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Chris Surtees
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[thumbsup] [thumbsup]
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Top notch!
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DannyBows
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Beautiful! [clapper]

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MJB
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Had the pleasure of meeting Joe at Denton Hill. Top notch fella for sure [campfire] [thumbsup]

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[thumbsup] [clapper]

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stickhorse
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what is Joe's contact info? web site or e-mail Phone #
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