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  • jpcjpc
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    It seems our friend WvSTICKMAN wants to be reassured more than anything else

    You must face the truth Your boyer is not correct, if the problem is so important to him he would have to offer you a refund before anything else

    let me tell you this :

    When I buy something, if the seller is not a friend I do not bought anything if seller do not accept paypal

    Never bad surprises this way

    Good luck

    jpcjpc
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    A correct guy would propose to send your money back if a dead in his family made him out of correct work or respect delay

    If his works stops with this regrettable event his has to send your money back and not to tell his life

    Your problem with this buyer doesn’t smell very good ………………..

    They are plenty very good bowyers to give you satisfaction this one is not clean

    jpcjpc
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    in reply to: Arrows #38171

    I do not see where problem is

    Wooden shafts make pure trad arrows and are enoughf to hunt if shoots are 20 yards maxi

    If you want fasts and very precise shoots on longs shoots

    nothing better than carbon

    They bury alu and relegate wood for only trad shooters, but if your bow has no fiber glass no carbon Only wood

    you must only use wooden shafts

    imagine a carbon bike with steel wheels and rubber tires !

    If you have a ”modern” trad bow you ask yourself questions that have no real meaning

    jpcjpc
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    Thoses olds bows are like olds laydies……..

    Lets try your bow by someone with no more than 28” draw lenght

    If no result sent it to the trash 💡

    jpcjpc
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    A friend of mine repairs the cracked rear side tubes with a carbon filament and glue

    At the front side of arrow it is not as strong as aluminum

    jpcjpc
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    gonna be too big Alu is very thin and is more resistant to shocks

    If you got evreything needed why don’t you try by yourself

    Could be kind for others:roll:

    jpcjpc
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    I save a lot with footing

    Here is the best answer

    jpcjpc
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    in reply to: Noisy Recurve #46249

    Yes, and my puffs are made of FF 🙄

    Other interest insensitive to moisture

    I think the best materal is the one who gives you what you’r looking for

    jpcjpc
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    in reply to: beginner bow #46015

    Was just a jok

    Nice have a wife loving bows

    jpcjpc
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    in reply to: beginner bow #45614

    Any suggestions for an decent inexpensive bow

    It’s for my wife

    Hope she does not read it :roll::lol::lol:

    jpcjpc
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    in reply to: Noisy Recurve #45606

    I make my ”cat whiskers” with2 inches of an old FF string

    Works very well depending where you place it on the string ( as any silencer )

    It’ nice looking price zero, and I have it on my recurve for 1 year Stronger than anything else

    4 inches moleskine glued on limbs where string is in contact with limbs

    And if of course your brace height is good you’ll have a very quiet bow

    Nothing works if brace height not perfect

    jpcjpc
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    Barge cement is veri good glue, but agressive, forget varnish on what you use it

    Neoprene do not burn varnish can be remove without spoor ( trac)

    jpcjpc
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    Shoe glue is neoprene

    jpcjpc
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    I use neoprene glue for snake skins on limbs

    Works very well from years Never split off

    jpcjpc
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    Congratulations fantastic moment I’m sure

    Your bow looks very nice recurve, who’s the boyer ?

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