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Posted: 12/8/2003 12:26:34 PM EDT
My son has an Oneida bow that the previous owner sprayed with Bowflage. We'd like to remove it and recamo it. What is a good thing to use to remove the bowflage without damaging the fiberglass/wood on the outboard limbs?

Link Posted: 12/8/2003 12:36:18 PM EDT
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 12:36:25 PM EDT
Buy bowflage remover.
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 12:39:23 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 12/8/2003 1:14:16 PM EDT
i've heard gunscrubber works. i bought some bowflage last lear when it went on clearance at gander mtn but havn't tried it yet.
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 10:02:22 PM EDT
Thanks guys!
Link Posted: 12/8/2003 10:15:10 PM EDT
Oneida! An uncommon bow indeed. I have an old Screaming Eagle that at one point in time was considered one of the fastest bows out there. Now fifteen years later we have bows that shoot as fast as the typical cross bow. Oneida was in trouble for a bit, but now as C.P. Oneida, things look to be doing fine. Once you shoot and hunt with an Onieda, it is hard to change your tune. When the funds are there, I plan to purchase a new one. Good luck removing the bowflage, sorry I don't have a solution for you.
Link Posted: 12/9/2003 3:07:02 AM EDT
Brake Cleaner + Roll of paper towels.
Link Posted: 12/9/2003 10:40:28 AM EDT
Chida66, Yes, my son and I are Oneida fans. We use them for bowfishing. Seems like Oneidas throw those heavy bowfishing arrows better than other bows. Scott
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