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Jim & Bob are pretty good friends......
I compared your link pic to pics of several of my Morrisons I've had.
Pretty good close match, like you say.
Darn nice risers.
 

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It was the blind ILF mount and the limb pockets that caught my attention. Plus the adjustable ILF plate. I really like my Morrison and hope to get a new one someday...
 

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If i was going to copy an "instinctive", "i don't look at the arrow" riser, the Morrison is the first one i'd think of. morrison risers shoot where i look, f i don't pluck, creep, or peek........i could happen :)
 

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I own both ,both great risers and both very different in the hand.
Isn't that a huge part of personal preference? What your hand 'likes' is subjective and probably not even conscious, but when a bow 'just fits' it will work a bit better than one you have to consciously set your grip on. 'Hand geometry' is unique.

That's one advantage of 'modern' risers vs. traditional wood, you can just change the grip to whatever you prefer. If you're buying wood, 'try before you buy' is more critical.
 
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