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tradlongbow
A36FA982-4B2B-4831-A172-28B59813FBF0.jpeg  26ACAD3E-FC09-4043-8402-C9E2F4F876BB.jpeg  I bought this 21” ILF riser “used” a while back as a second riser with some cheap W&W bamboo/carbon limbs. Today I applied Scotch Camo tape to the back of the limb to cover the graphics. It was easy to apply the tape to the limbs and I trimmed off the excess tape with a razor blade.

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Draven
It looks very good! I've tried Gorilla camo tape but was too "compound-ish" looking and turned over to limbsations
PS How do you like the limbs?
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tradlongbow

D,
The limbs are a lot for the money. I looked at Gorilla tape too but I couldn’t find anything in the WWII camo. 

 

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Farmland Conservation Club, Winchester, Indiana 

PUBLIC LAND HUNTER
John Schulz Straight Shooting and Bowhunting Graduate
Email: traditionalarcherysociety@yahoo.com

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Draven
I am still looking for Flektarn camo tape but hard to find something not "cloth" based. 
Good to hear you like them. 
"Practice not until you get it right, practice until you can't get it wrong." - Unknown
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silverarrow
Darren, I know very little about ILF risers, but do I see a humpback looking arrow rest on it?  Standard issue?  How do you rate the noise level?  Been thinking of an ILF bow for awhile, but I’m considering buying a self bow this year. 
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tradlongbow
Draven wrote:
I am still looking for Flektarn camo tape but hard to find something not "cloth" based. 
Good to hear you like them. 


D,
This is the Scotch tape similar to duct tape, it's not cloth tape.

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Farmland Conservation Club, Winchester, Indiana 

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tradlongbow
silverarrow wrote:
Darren, I know very little about ILF risers, but do I see a humpback looking arrow rest on it?  Standard issue?  How do you rate the noise level?  Been thinking of an ILF bow for awhile, but I’m considering buying a self bow this year. 


Hey Dave,
It's a little nosier than wood longbows and recurves but at the moment there's no silencers on it. ILF is just another limb attachment that allows the shooter to adjust/set the tiller.

My friend Jesus just hunted buffalo with Tim last week in Texas. Jesus told me Tim commented on how quiet his ILF bow was. He had string silencers on the bow.

My Impala longbow from JavaMan Archery is dead silent without string silencers. The arrow leaves the bow and I see it impact the target..

TRADITIONAL BOWHUNTER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 
Farmland Conservation Club, Winchester, Indiana 

PUBLIC LAND HUNTER
John Schulz Straight Shooting and Bowhunting Graduate
Email: traditionalarcherysociety@yahoo.com

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Draven
tradlongbow wrote:


D,
This is the Scotch tape similar to duct tape, it's not cloth tape.


I know, that's why I like it
"Practice not until you get it right, practice until you can't get it wrong." - Unknown
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Clydebow
Limbs look great. I always used camo tape before I had a set of limbs dipped.
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