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    Default Need opinions on Nemesis limb

    38 days until leaving for Africa and I've got a splinter coming off my limb. Just finished dialing in my broadheads yesterday afternoon and found the splinter. It's about 4" long. Runs from the limb bolt washer to up above the rocker assembly. The butt end of the splinter is about 3/32" wide.

    I had planned for this to be my backup bow, but I'm re-thinking that now.

    I've read that this is a common problem with another brand, but I never though much about it. Most folks seem to think it's not a problem. Just sand it smooth and coat it with clear nail polish.

    I'd like to hear some opinions here and whether anyone else has experienced this.

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    Can you take a photo so we can see it for our selves

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishingandHuntingUSA View Post
    Can you take a photo so we can see it for our selves
    LOL! Taking a picture is easy -- I'm an avid photographer. Posting it would be a different story. I'm a bit cyber-challenged.

    I'd be happy to email it to anyone willing to take a look. I'll do that soon.

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    Posting the pic is easy. Click on photo icon ( 4th over from right ) when the pop up panel shows, click basic uploader on lower right, Under insert image in bold, are two tabs, click from computer, then browse , find your image, clock open, then click upload. Even I can do and I'm an old gomer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Posting the pic is easy. Click on photo icon ( 4th over from right ) when the pop up panel shows, click basic uploader on lower right, Under insert image in bold, are two tabs, click from computer, then browse , find your image, clock open, then click upload. Even I can do and I'm an old gomer.
    I'll give it a try.

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    By Gum, I think I've done it. Thanks for the help!

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    Done what? Got the pictures posted or got the splinter fixed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfisher View Post
    Done what? Got the pictures posted or got the splinter fixed?
    LOL! I'm more excited about getting the pics up than I am worried about the splinter!

    Time's to short to deal with the splinter until after the trip. Of course, by then, I won't remember how to post the pics. Heck, by then I may not even remember the splinter.

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    It should be fine, I would not worry about it

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