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PoorFolkBows Self Bows

We are happy to announce that we were able to acquire PoorFolkBows.com. A site about making your own bow on a budget. We believe that this will be a valuable addition to our site and really admire the work that Poor Folk Bows has done in the past.

In addition, we would like to thank the team at PoorFolkBows.com for creating such a great resource. We’ll work hard to keep information current and provide even more value for our readers.

In particular, we would like to thank Sam Harper, the original creator of PoorFolkBows.com, for allowing us to republish his truly awesome content!

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How to Dye a Bamboo Backed Bow 

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Disclaimer: All pictures were made by Sam Harper and belong to Sam Harper, the original creator of poorfolkbows

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