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  1. Buranurra's Avatar
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    New bow - Toelke Whip

    Hi all not much new on this section so I thought I'd share details of my new bow that arrived yesterday!

    Toelke Whip by Montana Bows.

    62" Whip cocobolo riser yew veneers bamboo cores sheep horn tips 57# @ 28 custom made to these specs for me.











    Cheers

    Jase
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    Very nice mate. They are a great shooting bow. My mate has my old one and had a matching recurve as well.

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    Great bows from a great bowyer ...
    nice one
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    Hey man don't mind me asking but how much did it set you back????
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    Quote Originally Posted by gippibowhunter View Post
    Hey man don't mind me asking but how much did it set you back????
    Around $800
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    The Tolke Whip is the best Deflex Reflex Bow I have ever shot - they are superb. You will fall in love with this Bow. Several of my Mates have them. One in Whip particular is fitted with one of those Bow Bolt T/D assembly's, precision piece of gear - Lovely

    regards Jacko
    "To my deep morticication my father once said to me, 'You care for nothing but shooting, dogs and rat catching, and you will be a disgrace to yourself and all your family.' "

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    Looks very nice, bet you cracked a smile when you unwrapped it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacko View Post
    The Tolke Whip is the best Deflex Reflex Bow I have ever shot - they are superb. You will fall in love with this Bow. Several of my Mates have them. One in Whip particular is fitted with one of those Bow Bolt T/D assembly's, precision piece of gear - Lovely

    regards Jacko
    Cheers Jacko, I am really happy with this bow!

    Quote Originally Posted by bent arrow View Post
    Looks very nice, bet you cracked a smile when you unwrapped it
    You betcha - It arrived at around 6pm and could resist going out to the backyard to fling some arras into the rinehart cube.

    Cheers

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    Looks very nice.

    Whats the handshock in those smaller mass risers like?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyD View Post
    Looks very nice.

    Whats the handshock in those smaller mass risers like?
    THanks Andy,

    It is very dead in the hand, in my limited experience I'd say there is no hand shock due to the materials and engineering on this bow.
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