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Old 09-02-2009, 05:44 PM   #11
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Man, making my decision between DW, Ed Brown, and Fusion is TOUGH!!!!

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Old 09-02-2009, 06:11 PM   #12
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Man, making my decision between DW, Ed Brown, and Fusion is TOUGH!!!!
It's not hard, just get all 3. (you knew it was coming.
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If I were doing it, I'd order the Fusion with the appropriate amount as a deposit, then get the DW during the build. Still have time to save up the rest due on the Fusion before it's built. Just the way I do it - keeps fresh weapons in bound and keeps me from getting to fidgety.
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Old 09-02-2009, 11:07 PM   #13
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As promised, here are pics of the new 2009 CBOB.
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They've corrected the checkering overrun "problem" quite nicely I think.

As you can see, tighter than a bank vault
Damn! Beautiful! What grips are those?
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Those are actually red stabilized black ash burl. The only blank I've brought in to this point that I've had colored. It came out well I think. I may try more in the future. I won't stain wood, but if it's got to be stabilized anyway, I guess it's alright.
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Beautiful DW Sarge. Please let me know how she shoots. I'm thinking about getting a CBOB.

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Nice addition sarge!

Good choice, plus you already have a Fusion!

Greedy!

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He who dies with the most toys wins, right?
My next Fusion should be done in December.
Thanks, I'm glad you all like the new CBOB. They are wonderful weapons.
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