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    In the Black
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    where can i get this??

    i was looking at the equiptment section of this website: http://ayasarchery.com/equipment.html
    http://www.ayasarchery.com/images/compoundbow.jpg

    iv noticed a few differnt people that use those "swing v-bars" but i cant find anywhere that sells them. anyone know where i can get them?

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    we have a chap at our club who shoots with these (or very similar). I'm pretty sure he said that he purchased them in France (Paris).

    He's away on business at the moment (Germany) but when I see him I'll ask him.

    Simon

    (he swears by them but I think they are very heavy)

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    i emailed quicks and he said he was pretty sure no one has made them since the 1980's

    does anyone have a swing bar laying around from the 80's that they wanna get rid of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xeonsPWN
    i emailed quicks and he said he was pretty sure no one has made them since the 1980's

    does anyone have a swing bar laying around from the 80's that they wanna get rid of?
    If you can't find any, I'm sure they are quiet easy to make yourself?

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    i was thinking about making one. but i couldnt really think of a very good way to do it without access to a machine shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xeonsPWN
    i was thinking about making one. but i couldnt really think of a very good way to do it without access to a machine shop.
    Looks like a job for "Super Geoffretired" to me

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