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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-23-2010, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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Custom recurves and longbows for sale!!

Hello all, I make custom recurves and longbows. My recurves are 58" long and my longbows are 64" ntn. I can do most any wood combo for either style. The recurve bow has a forward set riser making it easier to shoot and less finger pinch at full draw. The longbow has a little reflex throughout the limb. These are very good shooting bows or else I would not run an add for them. The recurves will run $350.00 for black glass and $400.00 for clear glass and the longbows $300.00. Prices may vary depending on types of wood selected. This will include a sure grip and arrow shelf rug and plate and a custom string. Thanks for looking.
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Hello all, I make custom recurves and longbows. My recurves are 58" long and my longbows are 64" ntn. I can do most any wood combo for either style. The recurve bow has a forward set riser making it easier to shoot and less finger pinch at full draw. The longbow has a little reflex throughout the limb. These are very good shooting bows or else I would not run an add for them. The recurves will run $350.00 and the longbows $300.00. This will include a sure grip and arrow shelf rug and plate and a custom string. Thanks for looking.
thats it?! i figured they were way more than that.

Guys i know this fellow and his bows. he's made quite a few recurves and longbows. although i can't shoot one cause in suck without sights the bows i've seen are real pretty. he has bows living now in several states. they are hand made and custom by him. not to mention he's a pretty good guy just trying to get along like the rest of us. this was a uncompensated endorsement and i can fully endorse him and these bows, for whatever thats worth.

oh and he's a southern boy in va

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post #3 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-24-2010, 11:05 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks Ron.
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post #4 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-24-2010, 11:07 AM Thread Starter
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Oh and on the price, not in it to make a killing just enjoy seeing these bows come to life. And in hopes the the guys or gals that have them enjoy them as much as I enjoy making them.
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can you make a recurve in the 50lb range at 31" draw?
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This bow is osage limb core, with a canarywood riser. Black glass and deer horn tip overlays. This bow is in the hands of a great guy in Pa.
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Let me do some figuring Ron. Not sure on the limb length. i thought you had to have sights LOL.
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Let me do some figuring Ron. Not sure on the limb length. i thought you had to have sights LOL.
i do need them. i thought i shoot arrows into the wall of the barn. of course i'll have to be inside of it to do it.
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LOL, you may be surprised.
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send me an email or call we'll talk.
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