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Offline twotimer

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canyon archery traditions
« on: August 23, 2006, 09:41:00 AM »
hi folks,i recently purchased a longbow from mike baker,he had posted pics.of his product and the specs.and the eye appeal, and length,weight,ect.were right down my alley.58"49#@28".altho i had never heard of him or his company i decided to purchas the bow.i awaited the arrival with great arrived in a pice of 4" schedule 40 pvc.when i finally got it out,i was even more amazed at the craftsmanship up close.i have owned many bows in the last 4 or 5 years,a lot of the high end ones,the workmanship and attention to detail were up there with the best that i have owned.i immediately strung it,checked the brace,7" thats a good brace for me,i did't check nock placement,i started  flinging a few at my block and 3d deer targets,smooth drawing,whisper quiet,no hand shock,wow.altho the grip was a little large for my small hands the bow still performed exceptionally has a nice radiused shelf,not cut to center,but its not spine critical.i emailed mike and told him about the problem with the grip and he offered to cut it down for me and refinish the bow so it will all match up,at no charge,just can't beat that for customer service.people this guy makes an outstanding bow,if he ever gos into it full time,some other bowyers better look out.thanks mike for a great product.regards,robert
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Re: canyon archery traditions
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2006, 04:04:00 PM »
Where do I find Mike?

I would like to see soem pics and read soem info about his product.
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