Author Topic: Is Stabil-core , Carbon??  (Read 952 times)

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Re: Is Stabil-core , Carbon??
« Reply #20 on: July 18, 2022, 10:07:00 PM »
I apologize if i came off a bit testy and sarcastic. but it irritates me a lot when people post 2nd hand information gleaned on the internet as a knowledge base with obviously not much hands on experience in actual bow building.

Let me ask again politely Buggs.... Where does your knowledge base come from, and how many bows have you actually built?  I'm not being disrespectful, i just want to know if you can walk the talk.  love to see your work sometime .....  Kirk
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Re: Is Stabil-core , Carbon??
« Reply #21 on: July 18, 2022, 10:56:32 PM »
Its a little too late for the nice guy facade. And I'm not inclined to entertain specious requests, especially when they are thinly veiled attempts at acquiring degrading information. In the future, if you have a personal issue with myself, or anyone else, you should consider the personal message option, rather than airing it out in the public forums.
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Re: Is Stabil-core , Carbon??
« Reply #22 on: July 19, 2022, 10:38:09 AM »
Well I guess that answers that question…. :dunno:

 This isn’t personal at all Buggs. Like Mike said earlier. This is a place where we share personal experience in bow building, and associated info regarding materials and their applications. If you have experience working with carbon fiber or other products we use in bow building, that could be helpful to some folks.

But…. Information is only as good as it’s source, and can be misleading to beginning bowyers. If you are a beginner yourself, with a good knowledge base In materials used to build bows. That’s cool…. Just say so. Guys with more building experience can help sort out fact from supposition, speculation, or theory. 

I’m done with this thread…. I was just trying to be helpful sharing my experience.
I think we are beating a dead horse now. :deadhorse:   My apologies for ruffling your feathers.       Kirk
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Re: Is Stabil-core , Carbon??
« Reply #23 on: July 19, 2022, 12:10:22 PM »
Guess different folks have ideas of what's personal. Typically when someone belittles or insults another, it's considered personal. I do agree with you that the horse has been beat to death. My feather are fine, but let me apologize for ruffling yours, I obviously struck a nerve and caused a negative reaction. Not sure how, but I will try to avoid any provocation in the future.

I'm surprised this thread has not been censored, negative threads seem to disappear pretty quick around here.


I was rereading the thread to try to see where it went sideways and saw that I had made a statement out of the original context. I mentioned unidirectional carbon, meaning as a bow back, where the discussion was about the materials used in Stabil-Kore, which is not a bow backing material. In the future I will try not to deviate from the original topics to avoid causing any negative responses.
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