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Offline BLACKDOG #1

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Leon Stewart
« on: March 02, 2015, 12:25:00 PM »
My wife and I had the pleasure of meeting Leon Stewart at ETAR in 2013. His display caught my wife’s eye by the beauty of his bows. Every bow is just as stunning as the next. After shooting my wife’s bow I decided to buy a Leon Stewart of my own.  I called Leon and bought a used bow, what a shooter, I was so pleased I bought another. After buying 2 used bows my wife talked me into ordering   a new bow from Leon and picking out the woods myself. I really did not want to drive 5 hours to his shop but my wife talked me into it. Boy I’m glad she did. I assumed he would set aside an hour or so for us, but Leon had set aside his entire day. Not only did he take the time to show me all the different woods available, but he helped me select what would not only look good together but would also shoot well. He invited my wife and me into his home to see his personal collection and many hunting trophies. He allowed us to shoot all his own personal bows and the bows he had in stock for sale. I was like a kid in a candy store. I will definitely be making the trip again. The bow I ordered was well worth the wait. Everything I thought it would be and more. What started out as 1 bow for my wife has turned into 5 Leon Stewart bows in my own collection.  Every bow a different poundage but all shoot exactly the same. Not only do they shoot where you look, they pull smooth, are extremely fast and are dead quiet. Everything you could possibly want in a bow.  I have shot a lot of bows in my time and I have bought and sold many. I have finally found the best bow for me.  The whole experience made us feel not like customers but friends. Thank you Leon, for all your time and hospitality.   ]web page[/URL]   ]web page[/URL]   ]web page[/URL]   ]web page[/URL]   ]web page[/URL]

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Re: Leon Stewart
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2015, 05:22:00 PM »
Well said, I had the pleasure of going to pick up my bow at Leon's shop and it was a very nice experience, great bows from a good man.

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Re: Leon Stewart
« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2015, 02:00:00 PM »
Great bows indeed, I have five also.  Three take downs 3 piece and two one piece.  Just very nice bows.

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Re: Leon Stewart
« Reply #3 on: October 11, 2015, 06:26:00 PM »
I agree, the quality is fantastic, I have one his originals when he first started from 1992 66" one piece.  It has only seen sunlight a few times but shoots extremely smooth and straight

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Re: Leon Stewart
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Offline Bill from NJ

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Re: Leon Stewart
« Reply #5 on: March 25, 2016, 07:53:00 PM »
I have read this original post a few of months ago.

After reading about Leon Stewart, I did my research and homework.

I also made the trip to visit Leon Stewarts shop.

I can honestly say this was the best thing I ever did.

After a brief discussion on what my needs were, I was able to shoot a few of his bows out back.

I really enjoyed myself. I also got the grand tour of the premises.

I can validate every word of your original post, good man, great experience.

I highly recommend Leon Stewart as a bow maker.
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