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Lewis Hollow Archery 3 piece "DEAD END" recurve
« on: November 02, 2005, 07:38:00 PM »
after looking at this web site for several months,and seeing only 1 piece bows, they looked really nice and i had heard good reports on them,i just thought "i wish he made a take down"
checked his web site recently after hearing he was now making a 3 piece, contacted Chris and talked about his new bow, and exchanged several emails,
he told me he had one that would fit my requirements and sent it to me to try out.
man what a bow,the riser is just the right weight , the grip is awsome, and the accent stripes are very nice,
after receiving the bow i played with the brace height and it seemed low but performed well,after an email he told me he designed this bow to be shot with a low brace,so at 6 3/4 " it was smoking and never once hitting my arm,
the bow digested 2018's with 125 grain heads very well, but the bow shined with 70# spined sikta spruce shafts and 125 grain heads, with a total arrow weight of about 635 grains.
the bow is dead in the hand, very fast and very accurate, at 23 yards i could shoot very tight groups with broadheads,
the bow is also quiet
this bow is 60" and 55# @ 28" and can be seen on his web site.
Chris is a very nice guy and really knows his bows,he is prompt to return emails and phone calls,we have talked via phone and several emails about my order ,discussing woods and doing a few extras to the  bow which im ordering.
all around one of the nicest guys i have dealt with in traditional archery.
Chris builds an awsome bow , priced very well and you get alot for youre money.
if you want a great dependable bow that anyone can afford look no further.
if your not living on the edge,your taking up too much room!!

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Re: Lewis Hollow Archery 3 piece "DEAD END" recurve
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2005, 03:00:00 PM »
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