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    Dooby....the fire is here my friend. I have been waiting on the new vinyl printer to be installed so I can print your wifes wraps and get the arrows built. Then I can get the bow paper tuned and on its way. I appreciate your patience and it will be on the way in a day or two.

    Here are a couple pics to hopefully ease the pain...

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    that's a sweet lookin bow.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    that's a sweet lookin bow.......
    The red is like a candy apple red...almost chrome. My indoor bow will be one an EXL the same color with black instead of chrome.....
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    Sweet!!!! My wife is going to be SO stoked when she sees it! It looks GREAT!

    I also have to figure out if you can shoehorn a couple of those nifty stands in the boxes that are already coming. If so...I'm interested if you have a couple. I'm thinking....display stands in the living room.

    Also, do my eyes deceive me, or is that a custom string on the limbdriver?!

    Man, it's going to be TORTURE waiting another 2+ weeks for it to make it here...but thanks a LOT for the pics. Very awsome!

    Hopefully I haven't been hounding TOO much. This is my wife's FIRST compound and saying I'm excited is a MAMMOTH understatement! I can't WAIT to see what you come up with on the wraps. I've seen a LOT on the web and your designs are by FAR my favorites!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dooby View Post
    Sweet!!!! My wife is going to be SO stoked when she sees it! It looks GREAT!

    I also have to figure out if you can shoehorn a couple of those nifty stands in the boxes that are already coming. If so...I'm interested if you have a couple. I'm thinking....display stands in the living room.

    Also, do my eyes deceive me, or is that a custom string on the limbdriver?!

    Man, it's going to be TORTURE waiting another 2+ weeks for it to make it here...but thanks a LOT for the pics. Very awsome!

    Hopefully I haven't been hounding TOO much. This is my wife's FIRST compound and saying I'm excited is a MAMMOTH understatement! I can't WAIT to see what you come up with on the wraps. I've seen a LOT on the web and your designs are by FAR my favorites!
    I can't stand the cord that comes with the Limb Driver, so I hooked you up..

    You have not been a pain at all. I usually get just as excited waiting on my wife's bows as I do mine, so I know what you are going through. I hope to get the wraps cut for her arrows and get them built so I can paper tune the rest and then I'll get the stuff coming your way.
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    Those red bows sure look good.
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    Guess what I had my grubby litlle hands on today?
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    I hope you wiped it off before you put it down.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbdcougar View Post
    Guess what I had my grubby litlle hands on today?
    How does it shoot?

    We have a club fun shoot in 3 weeks....30th anniversary of the club.

    With a bit of luck...we'll have her bow soon enough that she can be ready to shoot it then. I have every confidence in Justin...just hoping USPS is as good (and Australia Post)
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    I didn't shoot it - I didn't wipe it off either though and I just had lunch, an Arby's with melted cheese, that red sauce (ehh it's a red bow).........very sloppy.............
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