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Warchild
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Just received and applied a set of limbsations. Very impressive. They look good hopefully they will wear as good as they look.

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patvro
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How is the adhesive is it like the arrow wraps? TX Pat

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Onestringer
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Glad you like them, wheres the pics?

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They are very durable.

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BEN
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Mine have been on for about a year. Seen some rough use locally here in the briars and brush. had them on in Oregon during my elk hunt.

they are great--and long lasting!!

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Ben
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Adhesive is very good, and they are very durable as well.
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drewsbow
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great product , you will be pleased [clapper] [thumbsup]

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Good to hear they are so durable
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azhunter
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How about some pics of them on some of your bows? Been thinking of ordering some. Thanks
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BEN
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Here's my bow with the "Predator Fall Brown"
Limbsations.............

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I'll try and post some close-up pics later today if nobody else chimes in here for ya.....

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Ben
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I have had the pleasure of spending some time with Scott, and his father Larry. They own Onestringer Arrow Wraps. I have also used their wraps alot. You will find no more dedicated, fun-loving, down-to-earth people on the planet. They provide a great product, with amazing service, at a great price.
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Mudd
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Are they long enough for a long bow... say 72"? How wide are they.. the frugal part of me is thinking that my longbows aren't very wide so maybe one pair would do 2 bows.
Thanks!
God bless,Mudd

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huntryx
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Mudd--you will need one set for one bow. They are plenty long enough for a longbow, but the width isn't there to get 2 sets out of it. I'll try to post some pictures later-- I "skinned" 2 Bob Lees and a Pronghorn a year ago and I think they look great and hold up really well.

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richbat
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i was thinking the same thing mudd,i just got a lewis hollow t/d longbow and was thinking of doing the limbs.

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BEN
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Definitely 1 set per bow---they are narrowed at one end. Would have to be a pair of REALLY slim bows to get 2 out of 1 set.

here is a little better shot of my limbs:
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