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    • wildschwein
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      Hello folks. Long story short I had to switch dominance again (right, left, and right again) due to injury, and this provided me with the perfect excuse to buy a new bow. And so it is that I now possess Guerdon#2. She is a Storm Creek reflex deflex longbow made by Tucker Gross of Wild Rose Bows in Black Diamond Alberta. She is 62 inches in length, with a riser made of Dymondwood. Limb wood is bamboo (core) and bocote with purple heart tips and accent stripe.

      I am happy to say she is shooter right off the bat, allowing me to put together paper plate size groups even though I have not shot right handed for over a year.

    • Troy Breeding
      Post count: 994

      Nice looking bow. I’d like to see a pic of it at full draw.


    • woodchuck
      Post count: 40

      Very nice!!!

    • Wexbow
      Post count: 403

      Looks a beauty! Good luck with the change over, although it sounds like you’ve got it down already.

    • pewanogo
      Post count: 35

      Sweet little lady! Is that not a unique grip or is that standard for the bowyer? It looks more like a recurve grip.

    • wildschwein
      Post count: 581

      Hullo pewanogo. The grip seen on Guerdon#2 is a slightly modified grip used on Tucker’s Storm Creek model. I requested that it be made a bit more slender and closer to the shelf. But the standard grip itself is very much a recurve style grip.

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