Curly Bubinga(Roger) - Slickheadhunter D.

Question for the guys at Black Widow: Would it be possible for you to send me pictures of a bow made with curly Bubinga? Thanks

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Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Bofish-il
January 13th, 2013 02:01:20pm

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Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Slickheadhunter D.
January 13th, 2013 03:01:32pm

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That's true Bofish, but I'm in no hurry. I'm actually leaning towards the cocobolo riser with yew limbs!

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Andy Man
January 14th, 2013 05:01:04pm

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Slick; that is what my new bow in comming in (cocobolo riser and Yew limb veneers) asked for a redish cocobolo and fedish Yew)

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Slickheadhunter D.
January 14th, 2013 05:01:24pm

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That's exactly what I want! If you don't mind I would love to see some pictures of your bow when you receive it.

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Andy Man
January 14th, 2013 07:01:44pm

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Will do supposed to come this month (matching PTF and PL)

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Slickheadhunter D.
January 15th, 2013 10:01:21am

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A two'fer that's awesome!

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Slickheadhunter D.
January 15th, 2013 04:01:58pm

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I believe mine will be a PA.

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Roger at Black Widow
January 16th, 2013 08:01:02am

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Hello Slickhead, I apologize for the late reply. Here is a photo of a Curly Bubinga. I do not check the Widow Wall as much as email. If you have any questions or need more photos please contact me. Thanks, Roger

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Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Slickheadhunter D.
January 16th, 2013 03:01:19pm

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Thanks Roger! Now I'm more confused. This happens every time I decide to buy a Widow, I end up not being able to decide on a wood and end up with an Iron wood bow. This time it will be an exotic, cocobolo & yew or curly Bubinga!

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Andy Man
January 16th, 2013 04:01:39pm

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Slick maybe you can E-mail Roger and get him to post photo of mine here before it leaves the Widow works (Cocobolo riser and yew limbs), Its OK with me for him to do so; I'm not good with photos anyway. They should be finishing it up about now Jim

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Slickheadhunter
January 16th, 2013 06:01:32pm

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Good idea Andy, and thanks! I'll email Roger and ask.

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Andy Man
January 16th, 2013 06:01:52pm

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Here is a cocobolo riser with tulip wood limb veneers I have; like that combo alot asked for a reddish cast to both woods

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Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Slickheadhunter
January 16th, 2013 07:01:41pm

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Just what I needed, another beautiful exotic to confuse me further!lol I really like that combo as well, I like it better than my king wood PTF!

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

David McLendon
January 24th, 2013 06:01:41pm

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Here's a Zircote/Yew PAX that I had since we are messing you up with choices.

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Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Andy Man
January 24th, 2013 07:01:09pm

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Got mine today Slick; Cocobolo riser /yew limb veneers

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Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Andy Man
January 24th, 2013 07:01:02pm

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looks much better in person; not good with picts/also cheap O camera; I realy like it

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Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Andy Man
January 24th, 2013 07:01:37pm

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Slick; last one

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Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Andy Man
January 24th, 2013 07:01:56pm

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sorry; one before "last one" did not come through

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Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Slickheadhunter
January 24th, 2013 07:01:14pm

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David, I like the looks of your Yew limbs! I'm trying to decide between the yew and tulipwood. Andyman, your bow is stunning!

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Andy Man
January 25th, 2013 05:01:17am

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Slick< Having both , f ask for a reddish tint to either they blend with the cocobolo very pleasingly the yew has less pronounced grain (finer and a little more set off in color from the cocobolo , but a eye pleasing match (go good together) the Tulip with the ressish cast also goes well eith te cocobolo but more busy to look at due to the pronounced flameing grain pattern , and more came color as the riser both are beautiful If like the flaming grain then tulip would be my choice the yew gives a little more color contrast to the riser but blends well, finer less noticible grain (have to look at it where the tulip grabs out at you )

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Andy Man
January 25th, 2013 05:01:15am

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hope you can figure out what I was saying not awake yet and did not type too well, sorry

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Slickheadhunter
January 25th, 2013 04:01:45pm

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Andy Man, yes I understand and I also agree with you! I'm leaning towards the tulip wood right now but ask me tomorrow and my answer may be different! Lol

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Andy Man
January 26th, 2013 08:01:46am

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Ok: the yew with cocobolo is like a beartiful girl with out her make up (looks good and all goes together nicely but the Tulip with the cocobolo is the same girl with the make up and all dressed up

Re: Curly Bubinga(Roger)

Slickheadhunter
January 26th, 2013 09:01:36am

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I've always liked a down to earth girl, but there's nothing like seeing my wife get all dolled up! Yeah baby! Tulip wood it is!
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