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Esskyl14

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Anybody out there shoot an echo.
What are your thoughts on them.
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If you want one, get a used one. I wasn't blown away with mine, and very unimpressed after dealing with the bowyer. 
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I have a 60# TwoTracks Echo 67” stringfollow since acquired this spring. No gripes about it whatsoever. All the details are done right along with fine workmanship—it’s a very classy longbow bow. I’d put it’s overall shootability and cast right up there with the very best ASLs that I’ve shot/got.
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Chuck made one for me several years ago and it was a pleasure to shoot.  The "all-too-well-known" moment of weakness sent it off in a tube for another, but it was a very nice ASL.  Chuck is a really great guy to befriend and do business with.
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Chuck made one for me years back ... good performance, dead in hand, and very quiet.  I sold mine as the grip was a bit too small for me, my fault not Chucks, goof up in order numbers.  If you like a string follow ASL, the Echo is a great shooter.

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Chuck made one for me years back ... good performance, dead in hand, and very quiet.  I sold mine as the grip was a bit too small for me, my fault not Chucks, goof up in order numbers.  If you like a string follow ASL, the Echo is a great shooter.

Bob.


Bob, I see this all the time when a bowyer starts building ASL’s. The grip is either too small or round. I know Chuck and he is s super nice guy and really good at building bows. You need to be very specific about the grip dimensions when ordering.

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Just got one now I have my own experience love great asl bow
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I had one and hunted it this fall.  I sent it back to Chuck as he was selling a bunch of LH bows for a friend of his.  I donated it back to him.  I'm currently shooting one of his ogemaws and needed to be a "one bow" guy.  However, I wouldn't hesitate to order one up from him again.  He's a super easy going guy to work with.  It needs to be considered that he's a one man shop.  His craftsmanship is excellent and he did me a solid on my ogemaw when I had a limb tip overlay come loose.

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