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Wannabe1
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Ok, not literally. [Big Grin] Got a new to me Leon Stewart recurve today. Man it is a beauty and shoots like a dream! This will be my only recurve and back up deer bow. I couldn't be happier with the way the grip on this riser feels. It is smooth and comfortable to hold. Specs: 62", 45# @ 28" so, 48# @ my 29" draw.

I put on my Anneewakee Angle quiver to see how she looks and boy do they compliment each other. The colors blend well and shoot well together. Look to the future for more posts about this 'cause, I'm gonna wack me something with it!! [thumbsup]
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Man your right about the grip, very comfortable looking. Awesome looking bow all together.

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Man that is a sharp looking string gun!


congrats!

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You wear it well. That bow is a thing of beauty, especially at full draw. Happy hunting!

Killdeer [archer]

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Sweet bow TW.

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So that's where that bow from classifieds went.....that's a real nice one....Had my eye on it!!!!!

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Wannabe1
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So did Dave! [biglaugh]

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Wow! That's a nice bow. [archer2]

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Wannabe1
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Thanks everyone. I really appreciate it. Been out shooting it this evening and must admit, this is probably one of the best recurves I've shot to date. I haven't shot a lot of them as I'm more partial to longbows but, this one is definitely the cats meow to me.

I want to thank Craig(Monkeyball) for a great transaction and a class act to deal with. This bow was everything he said it would be, and then some! [Not Worthy] You wouldn't believe how well it was packed! [thumbsup]

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TW,
I am glad it got there safe and sound.It looks good on you.Leon makes quite a bow.Thanks again,
Craig

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Wannabe1
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Craig, he does at that. I spoke with Leon on the phone today for a little while and also ordered an extra string. Real nice guy to chat with. Someday, I might be looking into one of his 3pc longbows. [Roll Eyes]

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"Good shoot Papa!" My son Robert after every shot I make whether good or bad.

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John Dill
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Great match up!!!! Send me some kill shots for the web site real soon!
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Wannabe1
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John, hopefully I will be able to do just that! Look forward to that Slim Jim to go on the Centaur I got coming.

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"Good shoot Papa!" My son Robert after every shot I make whether good or bad.

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NIIICCCCCEEEEEEE !!!!
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What a great looking grip!!

Looks more like a shooter to grip graft [Smile]

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