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Another McBroom LB Review
« on: November 02, 2014, 08:56:00 AM »
I have to agree with Todd on McBroom bows!!!  I bought the one that Brian posted on the Sponsor's Classifieds.   68" 59@28, stringfollow, with brown glass over a 4 lam yew and actionboo core and tip wedges, and a highly figured bacote riser.  The last photo shows the amount of stringfollow (I measure it at 1 1/4").  Fit and finish is superb.  Light in the hand, quiet (even without silencers), smooth drawing, and no handshock.  Shoots heavy arrows with authority.  

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Re: Another McBroom LB Review
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2014, 07:50:00 PM »
I'm going to follow Phil here and say I also just received one of Brian's String Follow bows that he posted in the sponsors classified's.  

This one is 49@28, 66", Yew veneers over toasted boo core lams.  I'm truly impressed.  Excellent craftsmanship, superior performance, quiet, smooth, and absolutely dead in the hand at the shot.  

Keep it up've got it going on!
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