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Justin Newell
Hobart, Indiana
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Steve
I'd recognize that backwards ND hat anywhere. LOL
Winfield, Illinois
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Newell38
Steve wrote:
I'd recognize that backwards ND hat anywhere. LOL

i need the luck of the Irish when I shoot 




Club Member Traditional Archery Society
Justin Newell
Hobart, Indiana
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Draven
Nice! Enjoy it! 
"Practice not until you get it right, practice until you can't get it wrong." - Unknown
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algstick
Nice Justin!
i like the no tip wedge thing, I really don’t think they are necessary.
real classic look 
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Old3Toe
Congratulations, a fine bow indeed!

“Take the good where you find it, be honest with yourself, and let the results be your guide.”

Hebrews 11:1

Jet Wolverine 69@28, Kramer Autumn 62@27, Jet Leopard 63@28, Howard Hill Wesley Special 57@27, Jet Warthog 69@28. Two Tracks Echo 60@27.

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Newell38
algstick wrote:
Nice Justin!
i like the no tip wedge thing, I really don’t think they are necessary.
real classic look 
nope, I don’t think so either! That tip wedge’s weight is like a chunk of mud on the tip of your fly rod! 




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Justin Newell
Hobart, Indiana
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Newell38
BAPilot2 wrote:

 


I’m with you there.  In today’s world you just never know when you’ll need to dispense a lead injection, at 3000 fps. 



amen brother! 




Club Member Traditional Archery Society
Justin Newell
Hobart, Indiana
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Bernard
Very nice bow... 
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rbritton
Beautiful bow Justin.
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Mike C.
Wow what a nice bow can’t wait for mine to be delivered.....
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Caboo
Steve’s work is tops! What arrows are you shooting, wood, aluminum, carbon, spine wt?
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Gypsy
Have to agree....that’s one bitchin bow.
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Newell38
Caboo wrote:
Steve’s work is tops! What arrows are you shooting, wood, aluminum, carbon, spine wt?


i only shoot wood out of everything i own.  I’m shooting 55-60 cedars with 145gr points out of this bad boy!  They fly superb 




Club Member Traditional Archery Society
Justin Newell
Hobart, Indiana
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