Crossgrain Graybark PSA - Arcus

Here some Pictures of my Graybark, buildt last year. For me, a very special bow.

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Toby @ BW
January 20th, 2014 02:01:50pm

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The Cross Grain has always been one of my favorites. My go to bow is a crossgrain AO longbow

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OBXarcher
January 21st, 2014 03:01:58am

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Mine too! Very nice bow.

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Dadam
January 21st, 2014 07:01:11am

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hm, I have thought that we always do see these massive black Phenolic parts within the Limbs and the bottom of the Risers from the Switch to the CNC Precision crafted Versions?! Both Bows within the Pictures on top do not Show These Phenolic parts at all?! Why ist this? Thank you, Detlef

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Dadam
January 21st, 2014 01:01:42pm

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Ivo, dann kannst Du mir doch bestimmt sagen wie Mann heute an einen BW-Takedown kommt, bei dem nicht die Masse an Phenolic in Limbs und Risern steckt? Warum macht BW das jetzt so? Sind Stabilität und Wetterbeständigkeit so viel besser? Danke und Grüße, Detlef

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Arcus
January 21st, 2014 06:01:52pm

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The Wood in the Limbs and in the Riser is a Custom Option. As you can see, i have chosen this Option for the Bocote and the Graybark Bow. For me, it makes the Riser and Limbs more interesting and it is a significant Difference between a Standard- and a Custom Bow. I always would order a custom bow with this Specification again. On bad weather days, it is enough for me to look at my bows and i am feeling good. There is no need to shoot them. Black Widow Guys are real Art Workers! The only Thing i have ever owned in my life, which is as good looking as these two bows, is my Klein Bycicle :-) Greetings from Germany

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Jsparky93
January 21st, 2014 08:01:00pm

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I really like the way the greybark looks without the red.

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MassMEguide
January 22nd, 2014 06:01:50am

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I really like that cross grain look. I also have a graybark PSA with wood risers which I purchased used, should I be concerned about getting it wet or hunting it in foul weather?

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Arcus
January 22nd, 2014 07:01:30am

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I don´t think, that you have to be concerned about moisture round that area. The frost finish keeps it dry. I did not have any Problems by now and i take my bows out in almost every Weathersituation. Even a 6 hours rainfall last month did not damage anything. Just disassamble the bow sometimes, dry and clean it up and your bow is ready to go! But for exact Informations better ask the Widow Boys! Greetings from Germany :-)

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MassMEguide
January 22nd, 2014 11:01:04am

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OK thanks for the info
Ivo Brand
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TOBY ESSICK

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OBXarcher

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Detlef Adam

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Detlef Adam

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Ivo Brand

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Jason Sparks

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Darren Johnson

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Ivo Brand

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Darren Johnson

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