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Couple more bows for sale....
« on: Oct 03, 09, 03:52:11 pm CDT »

I have a couple extras to sell, if anyone knows anyone interested.  They're $125 each, plus shipping.

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#2 Elvish Longbow.









The script reads "Stand your ground" and "Fire Arrows!"  In Elvish.

(Trivia fact.  This is what Elrond is yelling in the beginning of FOTR while facing Sauron's forces in the beginning of the movie.  Yes, I'm that much of a geek that I looked it up.)
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Re: Couple more bows for sale....
« Reply #1 on: Oct 04, 09, 09:20:03 am CDT »

Geek.  In a good way, of course.  What's the draw weight and length on these bad boys?
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Re: Couple more bows for sale....
« Reply #2 on: Oct 04, 09, 12:14:51 pm CDT »

Geek.  In a good way, of course.  What's the draw weight and length on these bad boys?

#1 is a 66" inch flatbow, with a 35+/- draw @28"

#2 isa 72" longbow, with a 37lb draw @ 28"
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