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Jacques Bonin

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This bow is a great example of John Shulz work producing "The All Naturals!!!" First picture is of the first group at 20 yards!!! I didn't like the arrow flight they went into the target at a slight angle!! The last picture is with the brace at 6 @1/8th!! Much better arrow flight perfectly straight!!! This bow is 66"-90#s@29" at my draw 81-82#s!!!! I wasn't sure if I could draw it to full draw, hmmm, guess what I can!!!
Great ful this bow was available, so humbly Jacques

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Good looking bow Jacques. Did Bill refinish it? Whomever did, couldn't remember the bow company or how to spell John's name...or didn't write it down first so they'd remember later
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Your absolutely right!!! Maybe that's why it came to me!!! I don't need anything to be perfect, just as long as it performs!!!! Hmmm, did someone say it's a counterfeit???
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It might be a rework of some kind. The fadeouts aren't as rounded as John's usual work, and the tips look worked on. Or, maybe it's a copy, who knows? Whateve, it seems to group arrows well, or maybe it's the guy holding the bow?
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Nate, after looking the bow over carefully, I have determined, it was a refinish!!! By whom, I don't know, I haven't any history with the bow!!! It appears to be
Miss spelling errors, the tips are perfect, upper fadeout appears to be misshapened just a bit on the shelf side, other than that, it appears to be in good condition!!! I think I will shoot the HILL out of it!!!!

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Great shooting, Jacques!
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LB- it doesn't seem to matter what bow l shoot now adays, the end results appear to be pleasing!!!
If l can keep it up for the next 25 or 30 years, I will be all set!!!

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Sweet bow. I wish you many happy years of shooting.
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That is an awesome bow!  #80 pounds is pretty heavy duty.  Enjoy the bow.

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