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Herters CV

Postby kbel5 » Mon Feb 16, 2009 12:20 am

I'm finally joining the fun :D
Here is a Herters CV
One of the smoothest bows I have

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Re: Herters CV

Postby Jett » Mon Feb 16, 2009 12:34 am

My dad has an old Heter's; it's the only one I ever shot. It shoots nice, but I don't like its looks, LOL! I look your's - at least what I can see of it! What are the specs?
"Plungers are for toilets." - Hank
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Re: Herters CV

Postby kbel5 » Mon Feb 16, 2009 12:47 am

It was abused and unmarked when I got it, it scales 42#, length is weird like 62,5"
took a while to get any info at all.
I added the pimple, errr overlay to cover 2 site holes
The cocobolo site window came out pretty good, other side is a nice piece too.
Its asymetrical, I thought it was messed up when I got it, had never seen unequal limbs before.

I have a crap load of pics now, I tried to make a couple more posts, but seem to have lost my new skills.
Copy the the code, click the IMG button, paste the code, preview post ,just the damn code, no pic.
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Re: Herters CV

Postby Jett » Mon Feb 16, 2009 12:55 am

I can relate! I'm a little challenged myself. Stuff works fine for others then I go to try it & WTF!? Sometimes it's me & other times it's just my 'pooter luck, LOL! I like what I see though. Post more when ya' can!
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Re: Herters CV

Postby Steve Milbocker » Mon Feb 16, 2009 6:07 am

Nice job Kurt, did you checker the grip? Can you buy those feather rests or do you make them?
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Re: Herters CV

Postby kbel5 » Mon Feb 16, 2009 11:17 am

Steve
No the grip was checkered when I got it,
I have some before "face lift" pics I'll get up.

The Feather rest's are made by Daryl Damron, "Trap" on TG, he sells them, tried a couple of other makers, his are the best, he also sells them on Ebay.(SHAMELESS PLUG ALERT)
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