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Dave Weiss
The thread about your bow's past got me wondering what ever happened to the bows I've let go. There's more than a few out there with my name on them... If you've got one, I'd be happy to share a story or two about it.
>>>===> Dave
Public land hunter
St Patrick's Lake American styk
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James Calamaris
Wow, now that you mentioned it, I do wonder what ever happened to my GN JK Critter Gitter Special. It was 60” 48@28 Coco handle with bamboo limbs and speckled pecan veneers and antler tip overlays. I sold it to a fellow in southern Michigan. It was one sweet bow and I should have never sold it! LOL
Jim Calamaris 
Portage,IN.

Club Member Traditional Archery Society

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Dave Weiss
Oh yeah, I've let a few get away that I wish I had back. Not that I could shoot them anymore, all beyond my draw weight capabilities now, but...
>>>===> Dave
Public land hunter
St Patrick's Lake American styk
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silverarrow
One of my all time favorite bows was a Rocky Miller Bridger Mountain Sacajawea. 62”, 67@28”. Bought the bow new, and sold it some time in the late 80’s. About a year ago, I saw it for sale on this site. Their wasn’t any doubt it was my old bow. The memories came flooding back as soon as I saw it. I know it was not being sold by the person I sold it to. Definitely had good mojo. I did stop and wonder where that bow had been.
TAS, TBOT member, Buffalo Archery Club, Cypress, Tx.
Dryad/ACS Orion 53#
Great Northern Fireball JK 54#
Northern Mist American TD 51#
Howard Hill, The Big Five (Tim Meigs) 57#
Sovereign Sonoran 58#
Browning Wasp 52#
Ryan Gill Osage Hunter (self bow) 52#
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Orion
Had a Bighorn made for me back in '81 I believe, or was it '89.  Regardless, after 10-15 years I sold it.  Saw it up fore sale last year and bought it. When I had it made, it had 60-inch, 65# limbs on a 17-inch riser.  When I regained possession of it, it had 54#, 56-inch limbs.  Given that I aged about 25 years or so since initially parting with it, the lighter weight limbs were a nice surprise.  The riser has my name on it, and looks as good as the day I sold it.  Still a 19-inch Bighorn riser out there with my name on it.  A few other bows as well.
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Dave Weiss
My first custom bow was a 64" Bighorn. I carried that bow all over south central Alaska. I shot that bow better than any other, but got an itch for a longbow. My buddy Stan Smith called me one evening on his way back from hunting the pipeline corridor and asked if he and a couple of his friends could spend the night at my place, of course I said yes. Well Stan and his friends showed up with pizza and beer and stories of great adventures of unfilled tags... Well, one of the friends was Norm Johnson (yeah, that one before he was building bows for a living) and we got into the typical show and tell with our bows. Norm was really interested in my Bighorn and after a number of beers, I traded for his personal longbow. I never did learn how to shoot that damn thing and traded it back a couple years later for one of his recurves that I did use to kill a moose and a black bear...
>>>===> Dave
Public land hunter
St Patrick's Lake American styk
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Yehwa
I was on trad gang the howard hill post and saw a fellow that has two of my sunset hill bows . One was darrins  . Dam I wish I had them back 🏹😖
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steelflight
Sold a fiberglass backed board bow to a gentle man a while back. As far as I know it hasn't been shot yet! What a cruel fate.
You may think before you act the question is do you listen to your own counsel.
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Draven
I gave my Proline Warf with a pair of K2 limbs and 5 arrows tuned to it to a gentleman who's shooting at our Club and it became his favorite bow.

"Practice not until you get it right, practice until you can't get it wrong." - Unknown
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stickandstring

My all-time favourite was a 60# ghost jackknife. It went everywhere and saw plenty of action. Eventually got to heavy and reluctantly sold it. Had the original box etc and mailed it.

Buyer reported that it arrived in 3 pieces, luckily had bought insurance but oh what a waste...😫


Let it Fly ->>---->
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