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Offline ryoon4690

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Warbow Dimensions
« on: January 16, 2013, 02:46:29 pm »
I'm in the process of making another warbow and took the dimensions from another one I made to use as a general guide so I though I might as well share the information as it may be helpful to some looking for some dimensions. The bow is laminated hickory, purpleheart core, and white oak belly. 74" ntn, 100#@32" and took about 1.5" of set after being glued up straight. It has an ovular cross section. The greater than sign (">") was used when the measurement was over the 1/16" line. Hopefully that makes sense.

Distance from center      Width           Thickness
0"                                  1 7/16"        1"
4"                                  1 7/16"        >15/16"
8"                                  1 3/8"          15/16"
12"                                1 5/16"        7/8"
16"                                >1 3/16"      13/16
20"                                >1 1/8"        3/4"
24"                                1"                >11/16"
28"                                7/8"             11/16"
32"                                3/4"             >5/8"
36"                                9/16"           >9/16"
38" (Tips)                       9/16"           >9/16"

Offline PEARL DRUMS

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Re: Warbow Dimensions
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2013, 10:10:05 am »
The tri-lam is gorgeous Sparty. Very nice bow.
Im the "Good" Chris....

Offline Buckeye Guy

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Re: Warbow Dimensions
« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2013, 04:24:53 pm »
Yep for a warbow you really dolled her up !
But where is the thread for that latest addition !
Can't wait you have given me an appreciation for this aspect of archery I have been missing !
Thanks for the good times !!
Guy

Offline ryoon4690

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Re: Warbow Dimensions
« Reply #3 on: February 03, 2013, 04:31:30 pm »
Thanks Guy! I'm glad you like this stuff! It'll be up soon. I did a little finer sanding and the wood has some AMAZING figure to it. Need to make sure the finish does it justice.