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Old 01-20-2004, 09:05 AM
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Default Darton bow finish

I bought a darton fury 2003 and noticed that the camo had alot of bubbles in it. I like the bow but am unhappy with the lack of attention to detail..Any similar problems?
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Old 01-20-2004, 11:50 AM
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I don't believe that really has anything to do with Dartons "attention to detail" Generally, those processes are outsourced and are not the easiest process in the world. They tend to be quite expensive so a few bubbles probably doesn't matter in the overall allure of the bow, change their toletance or Quality control. Not to say that I don't blame you for your concern but I wouldn't " hold it against them" they still make a very fine bow that is one of the best shooters on the market... I'll take that over a few bubbles in the film dip any day. Good luck with your new bow. TGK
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