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Bit of a strange question, my old furry friend of 16 years passed a few weeks back. He was my hunting, fishing, going in the woods, and errand buddy. I got him cremated and I've heard on a podcast of a Bowyer putting ashes in the lamination of the limbs or riser. Wondering what bowyers do this so I can keep bringing my buddy with me on my adventures.
 

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Sorry to hear but I doubt a real bowyer will mix his epoxy with ash to use in limbs laminations - nobody wants limbs delaminated due to “bad glue”.
 

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Bit of a strange question, my old furry friend of 16 years passed a few weeks back. He was my hunting, fishing, going in the woods, and errand buddy. I got him cremated and I've heard on a podcast of a Bowyer putting ashes in the lamination of the limbs or riser. Wondering what bowyers do this so I can keep bringing my buddy with me on my adventures.
Sorry for your loss. Perhaps instead of using the ashes for a structural component, you could get a decorative inlay set into the side of the riser or something? Perhaps under the palm of your hand as you grip the riser.
 

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I lost mine in July last year.. best dog I ever had..

he is still with me everyday...cause I’ll be vacuuming that little bastards hair outta my truck for the next 5 years..LOL

I’ve heard of people putting ashes in their quiver before..under the foam in hood in a little baggie or something to that effect.
 

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sorry WYATT - - we do get close to the dogs.
I like the idea of having the dog with you on adventures, what about in a baggie in a billfold in a hunting pants pocket?
 
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