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Old 07-27-2014, 01:17 PM
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Th Nova maybe,,but would require riser pockets to be manued and still not very forgiving or ideal geometry for a forgiving riser.

The HC has too much reflex in the handle section. Not suitable or attractive at all for a recurve riser.

An Apex 8 Warf maybe?
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Glen,,infairness,,do you have some photos etc. of some of your recent builds of this type you speak of?

You mentioned price in the OP so I am just wondering? Have you done any of the Game Masters,,one or two?
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Glen's 2nd picture riser kind of resembles the TAC Firefly riser's lines.
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The PSE?

The TAC is 19 inch riser, lots of preload but still the handle section had some deflex. Good LB geometry.
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I have just started doing some of these warf projects. Made one elk riser, ala voodoo's ILF stuff (not near as pretty though ) and one off this HCA tssr riser, using some ilf hardware made by Glen. Using 55# short tradtech limbs I came up with a a bow pulling 52# at my draw but it does only have about as 5.5" brace. Looks a bit like Satan's personal warf I was absolutely shocked at how well it shot. I've currently got Glen working on some integrated limb cup/pockets for it as some of the machining I had to do to get the hardware to attach leaves more than a bit to be desired. tip to tip it came out at 57" strung and it is very much faster than the elk riser (stiffness and degree reflex I'm guessing). It increased my point on distance by about 5-7 yards with the same arrow.
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Hi Sam, yeh the 2nd of Glen's pics, looks similar to a Firefly, I've had a couple of them, and they work pretty well for the longbow limbs, like you said.
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Well OK,,enjoy!
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MVM please post photos as you go ahead with this project.
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I'd like to see if that happens? How about a friendly Build off on a PSE Nova and two build along threads?

MV do one and anyone else who wants to do one also? I will do one if MV will? You in,,,,,,no pun, no attitude, just builds.
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I am doing two risers now that require new pockets being made and as soon as they are done I would do a Nova for someone they pay shipping only to post up here.
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Interesting
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