Well here is part 2 of the story.
This is a bow very similar looking to the first one, only a bit more mass, a lot of heated in reflex, the outers let a bit stiffer – but with a good twenty pounds more of drawweight.
After shot in it still holds a nice reflex of 6½”. Bracing that bow isn’t an easy thing, but it shoots like a dream, one of my fastest bows for sure.
I try to vary the leather handle work on each bow, here the handle is carved asymmetrical and the leather stitching is on the side. The finger grooves is simple underlays of leather strips.
Another special thing on this bow is: it is near to a centershot, because the whole area of fades and handle makes a whoop to the right side (seen from belly).
550 gram mass