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    Wyoming Wildlife Artistry

    I've been looking for a custom trad armguard and stumbled on these guys:

    http://wyomingwildlifeartistry.com/W...try/index.html

    One of their armguards can cost you over $100 - but what craftsmanship!

    Anyone know if something of this quality is available from an Australian leatherworker (at a comparable price)?
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    Wow! Love the Arm guard with the hidden knife. And ur right about the craftsmanship mate, top notch! I'll also be interested in an Aussie equivalent.
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    I've discovered that Three Rivers Archery sells the plainer versions from around US$85- but I might drop the maker a line and see what sort of price they offer on direct purchase. Looking at the amount of detail carved into some of the designs however, you'd have to suppose that a few hours work have gone into making each one eh?
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    Have a look at Marksman Quivers. Mark does an excellent job with them and I have seen some of his scrolling work and it is damn fine also. You might be able to coax him into it, but his normal guards look a treat in any case
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    Recurve on trad gang in the sponsers classifieds Wyoming Wildlife Artistry have instock arm guards for i think its 20% off with photos of the ones in stock.
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    Second what Antonio said. Marks armguards are as good as I have seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Lara View Post
    Have a look at Marksman Quivers. Mark does an excellent job with them and I have seen some of his scrolling work and it is damn fine also. You might be able to coax him into it, but his normal guards look a treat in any case
    Hi Ant,

    Had a look on the Marksman web site - but can oly see details on quivers. Is there another site I should be looking at?

    Bobzilla - will also check out the discount offer on Trad Gang (haven't been online there for a while)
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    Recurve, in sponsors site, go to marksman quivers ,then the title 2012 teaser. arm guards there, they look good
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    funny, my sister was born in Wyoming.
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    Slightly different style but these are available now for those who are interested http://marksmanquivers.com/ARMGUARDS.php
    Cheers
    Mark.
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