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  1. Warfin' Wall
    G'Day all. I'm Aaron, a first time poster and part time lurker from Australia who's looking for a little help with my first project. I have a Hoyt Spectra riser and I have purchased a set of ILF plates from Mr Loc Do. I plan to do the conversion of this riser when I have a few days off work...
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    I need someone who can convert a BB Panther riser I just bought into into a warf. I know many people do it theirself but I do not feel like possibly distroying this beautiful riser. Please let me know of a good warfer that I could contact. I prefer quality over a good deal.
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    Hello, new to a lot of this, my new BB warfed riser is on way back to me from BobG. I've peppered Bob with SOME q's and I've gained some insight, but where can I read on how to set tiller? I hate to keep bothering Bob so much. Can some here give me basics on it? I am guessing tiller is...
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    Just found out about the warf phenomena while doing a limb conversion on my gamemaster and immediately pulled my old Jennings Split T out of the closet. I would love to shoot the old girl again, only without wheels. Does anyone know if this can be done? Also, how do I get in touch with Bob...
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    Hi folks, have watched with much interest all the great stuff that has been done with old compound risers. First and for most must thank Bob Gordon for going a head and seeing what will work and what won't. Yes good on ya Bob:youdaman: Recycling, I just love it!! There's been some great retro...
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    If i would like to put high perf. limbs, such as hoyt g3's or winnex limbs in a warf design, seeing that the original compound limbs didnt have the spring loaded detent common in FITA limbs, are there adapters out there or what?thanks. :sbrug:
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    Hi Folks! Hope to hang out here a while.... A friend led me to Bob Gordon, and I got "WARFED". I am 61, and have owned or shot a great many of the top bows... always searching for just that perfect one.... I bought a Black Bear risered WARF from Bob with 45# KAP carbon/wood limbs, and am...
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    A friend of mine bought a used high country bow and needed to go to the pro shop to get the string re-served, along with replacing that 2 prong rest with some kind of a round deal with brush bristles in it. Can't remember the name, but it had somthing to do with whiskers & biscuits....anyway, i...
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    If I supplied a Bear riser, and a set of Quinn limbs, how much would you charge to assemble, test, and tune?
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    I put this bow together a while back and really liked it so I decided if it was going to be a keeper I wanted to do a camo job proper. I considered a film dip, but after seeing Dave’s camo and reading about it from the supplier’s sight I decided to go that route. It only took Dave about two...
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    ANYONE EVER TRY BINGHAM'S LIMB PATTERNS FOR LIMBS ON A WARF RISER..IS IT EVEN FEASABLE TO DO? BOB? ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR A NOT SO EXPENSIVE ALTERNATIVE TO WARF LIMBS????????? :help:
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    Was at a trad 3D shoot in Coleta, Illinois today. There was a guy that just had some old and new bows laying out for display. Most of them were Martins and looked real nice. Had a Bushmaster that was to die for. One had a shiny gold riser with that real machined look (Septre II riser) and had...
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    I've been working with a rigid Formaster and using it in conjunction with Viper's advice regarding memorisation of the desired final body position subsequent to the loose. It has really gone nicely and I'm more relaxed now and my release hand just kinda flops behind my ear as if it hadn't a...
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    Its all DAS's fault! After looking at the pictures of the DAS riser with his Custom "Balance / Ballast set: Machined of solid brass and aluminum", and reading about the "SIMS E-2000 / DAS stabilizer (this is a 3” model SIMS E-2000 with a custom weighted add on disk that matches the DAS bow"...
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    I will be receiving my warfer real soon and I was wondering who had suggestions on arrows. The warfer should be between 48-52 pounds at my 28 - 29" draw (I hear my draw may increase from it's nomal 28"). It will also have carbon limbs and a fast flight or D-97 string. I think a carbon...
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    Hi all, due to much going on I haven't had the chance vist TradTalk much, but I'm happy to see a lot of new members! I managed to get away to shoot a 300 round last Thursday night...I'm the only stickbow shooter, so I decided to take the Warfer...41#@28 rigged with Bobs outstanding elevated...
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    Hi Folks, Just got my first Warfer Riser in today. Its a Proline riser and I have placed a pair of Sky Conquest Limbs on it and would really like to shoot it in a 3D meet in the morning. My plunger and elevated shelf have been ordered so thats out for tonight. However I am in the process of...
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    OK I finally got to the archery shop to use there chronograph. Got my warfer a few weeks back and all I can say is WOW. I finished my league with it and took first place. I found and sent Bob an old Bear Black bear riser and my short Win&Win Synergy limbs. These limbs are marked at 44 or 46#...
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    Yesterday I was looking at a 2004 edition of Archers Bible. There was a Bear Badge compound bow that looked like the limb angles might work. Anyone here seen one. Thought this would be the place to post this since this is where the Warf Minions hang out.
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