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Could this be a Tubbs frog?


PhilipKT
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So I’m taking a couple bows to my friend the bow guy, I ask about this frog.

“Isn’t this a Tubbs trait?” I point out some things, and he says yes, definitely, and I say, “could this be a Tubbs bow?” And he looked it over, and he thought that the head was not enough Tubbs- like, But the frog was interesting, so I’m posting photographs of the frog to see if it’s possible as this might be Tubbs frog. It could also be just a German copy, But no harm in asking.

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1 hour ago, PhilipKT said:

“Isn’t this a Tubbs trait?” I point out some things, and he says yes, definitely, and I say, “could this be a Tubbs bow?”

This frog looks German to me. In my opinion, screws instead of pins in the liner, the round ferrel, and the shape of the thumb-projection don't fit a Tubbs frog.

What "traits" did you point out?

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