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gabeb

Member Since 31 Dec 2015
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In Topic: Pigeon for pie

Today, 09:30 AM

Nice bird and I got back from summer camp only to see a rabbit in my yard

Thanks...did you get the bunny?

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Nope

In Topic: Pigeon for pie

Yesterday, 04:46 PM

Nice bird and I got back from summer camp only to see a rabbit in my yard

In Topic: Romany custom sps

Yesterday, 04:41 PM

And you've done it again finding another lovely frame

In Topic: Petite Olive Triplets

16 June 2017 - 06:52 PM

Sorry mate, but those are just plain and simply dangerous. the grain is going the wrong way!! With the weak cross grain at the forks, I'd be afraid to even pull back on the bands.

Maybe have a look here for the difference in cross grain and long grain strength.



I wouldn't have posted the listing if I wasn't confident in them, but thanks for the concern. Each was tested, as said in the OP.

Also consider that the small size of the frame is condusive to less strenuous BB setups, a fair step down from SS Black.

Again, thanks but the Nerd's already done his homework.
I shoot tiny frames with full sized bands and hunt so I really don't know buddy

In Topic: Petite Olive Triplets

16 June 2017 - 06:29 PM

I believe the main problem is a forkhit and any straight grain fork will break after one or two
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