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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-24-2010, 07:16 PM
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Hey Joe. Didn't realise that was you. Like Ron I thought they'd be higher. I've been afraid to ask, grins. Oh and it's me Jim

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Hey Joe. Didn't realise that was you. Like Ron I thought they'd be higher. I've been afraid to ask, grins. Oh and it's me Jim
or is it sam or are you even you and not somebody else? you're not your brother are you? that second question was a real question asked of me once. i'm still not sure how to answer it.
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Yes Jim it is me.

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or is it sam or are you even you and not somebody else? you're not your brother are you? that second question was a real question asked of me once. i'm still not sure how to answer it.
That second question is to hard to think about this morning. And I could be Sam, just depends on who's asking. I'm pretty sure I'm not somebody else. Rest assured I'm me.

Yea I thought I recognised the bedspread Joe. I might look into one of those things a bit later on.

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joe you know there is a private message thingy up under the adds on top your name is on the right with private messaging under that. just to let you know.
post #16 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-26-2010, 05:04 PM
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i did it. i when and done bought a recurve. now i have said plenty of times i can shoot instinctive and i can't, but i guess i'm going to learn or die trying. I got one being built more because they are pretty. can't wait to see it in progress and post the pics.
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ronn I shot recurves for many years. I liked the T/D models the best. I don't have the back/shoulder muscles to shoot them anymore. Nothing is more quiet than a stick bow. I shot a 64" 58# at 31" draw bow. post the pictures of the new bow when you get it.
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post #19 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-31-2010, 10:41 AM Thread Starter
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My latest recurve.
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what is the pretty figured wood?
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