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    Default DIY wrist sling in PACKER colors!!!!

    Just wanted to share a sling I made with our favorite team colors (PACKERS) to go along with the strings/cables Hutch made for me. Don't think it turned out to bad for my first try at it. Now gotta get new arrows fletched with green and yellow blazers and all will be set again, lol. GO PACK!!DSCF3201.jpgDSCF3202.jpgDSCF3203.jpg
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    Cool very cool, and you are right not bad for the first try, actually really good.







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    Very nice.!
    Go Pack Go !!!!!!!!

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    Thanks guys, arrows look pretty good also. Think I'm gonna need to make another in some pretty colors, lol.
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    very proud. just too bad i didn't think of it first, i should be the one representing. its been very stressful being so damn good
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    @ bender our defense does suck and running game is pretty much non-existent so better keep scoring a lot of points.
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    Around here those would be Oregon Ducks colors......HELLO, Rosebowl !!!!
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    going to have wait till monday i guess. ever see what a badger can do to a duck?
    p.s. do the ducks even have team colors anymore?
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    Looks good, like that you took the time to add the "spine" in the top section of the braid. Putting these things together is pretty fun once you get going with them.
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    Thanks. They are addicting once you get the hang of the diamond braid. Definitely going to make at least one or two more. I think the "spine" is a must to set the cobra weave off.
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