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Looks good, and obviously good enough to fool someone.:p
 

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Larry, that is awesome.
Bet there are some other few oddities out there from the early ones.
 

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LOL - I guess film dip should always be done with the grain, not across - maybe it should be re-dipped in photo carbon fiber, film for lightweight and extra strength.;)
 

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i took that riser hunting a couple of times and the dip sure kept the grip area nice to touch with bare fingers.
 

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Very nice!

Does it tend to swell in humid weather?:rolleyes:

Erich
 
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Steve

There is a mottled camo anodized one.

Erich
 

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no, erich, it's been very stable. it's a great film. martins used the same make film on compound risers. the maple was among some samples the company sent. by the way, erich, this is one of the first risers david had made. it was just machined and raw when i bought it. really like it. it's 16 1/2" straight line measurement from tip to tip of the limb supports.
 

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ERICH, without pics - well, you know.....
DON't BE SUCH A STRANGER HERE, poke yer head in a bit more often.
Tell us what you're doon up there in the cold....well maybe we don't need details...
Larry, I do not believe you. If you send it to me so I can see it better, I might believe you. PM me for address details.
 
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I bet you have to shoot those crappy fake wood carbon arrows out of it to be real Trad 😀


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All joking aside, that riser is very collectable; and adding that it's owned by one of the legends of modern archery makes it ultra unique. Larry, you should break out a Sharpie permanent marker and put your signature on it...probably end up in a museum someday.
 

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if there is ever a david sosa museum i would send it in a heartbeat! don't think i'm too collectable!! lol
 
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