I have some cocobolo, indian rosewood and some maple burl as well as some ebony for little parts. I am drawing and getting ready to make some initial length cuts.
My last bow was tons of fun to shoot but the shuttle table was only made to accept two fletch. I have since modified it to take three fletch and can now just buy 21" bolts off the shelf and go shooting. It's much more accurate since I have reworked the string catch and completely remade the bow from osage and hickory. I am getting groups of about 8" 100 feet but I am going to order a chrony soon so I can start actually testing the muzzle velocity of my bows.
Anyway, just thought I would drop in since I am back in the swing of bowmaking and get reacquainted with y'all. Here's a shot of the bocote slide action bow with my new woods. I have decided to make my new bows slide cocking as well but with an upside down roller nut trigger. I have my metals and a friend with a plasma cutter ready to go. Getting really excited.