Regis Posted June 14, 2005 Report Share Posted June 14, 2005 I'm "restoring" a bow that has a relatively large piece broken out on the front side of the tip mortise. The cheeks are fine and you can not see anything from the outside but, there is no wood under the plate for about 3mm (and jagged). What is correct? I can drill/cut out evenly and plug the hole. Then cut new mortise. Or, I can use a filler? Or? The value is probably only $750-$1000 but, I still want to restore it correctly as if it were a very valuable bow. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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