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I have a set of Sky Hunter Supreme limbs that I want to put snake skins on and don't know where to get it done. Any help would be greatly appreciated.





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He may not have been the first to do it, but Bob Morrison's work certainly sets the mark. He has done it long enough and often enough to make an art of it. I did one set as a DIY using the alcohol-preserved skins (as opposed to dry) and instructions from 3 Rivers, and might consider doing it again someday. It was time consuming and required careful work.
Part of the problem is finding legal skins that are properly sized with a pattern well proportioned to your specific limbs. Having Bob do it is well worth the money.
 

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I have an email in to Bob. I've seen some of his work on his web page and it looks great. Wasn't sure if he would do other brands of limbs or not.


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I had a set of Bob's Morrison-skinned WW CC Carbons for several years.
I also had a Shawnee longbow with his skins.
Both nice.
 

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After going to Bob's web site. I now realize Bob is only about a couple hours drive from me. When the weather warms up. Think I will drive up and get a close look at his snake skin limbs. I'm in the market for one more set of limbs. [ Later
 
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