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Hanover Hydrographics - Camo Dipping

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  1. jbuttolph

    jbuttolph Newb

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    I wanted to let you guys know that my new hydrographic printing business is going to be up and running in about 2 weeks. I am just finishing up the shop now. If you need anything dipped in camo, I will be glad to do it for you. We offer hundreds of patterns which can bee seen at www.hanoverhydrographics.com. I will be adding pics of actual projects as I get them.

    This is the same process that the major manufacturers like Bowtech, Mathews, Hoyt, etc., use to decorate their products. I can put a pattern on any hard 2 or 3 dimensional object up to 6'-6" long. Thanks for looking.

    Jeff Buttolph
    Hanover Hydrographics
    Owner
     
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    Pretty cool stuff you have there. I'll definately keep you in mind if I need something dipped.
     
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    Just curious, what's ballpark on a dipped bow?
     
  4. JayB22

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    Any idea on what a price would be for a whitetail skull dipped?
     
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    Saw some bear and deer skulls dipped in Harrisburg.....definately cool.
     
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    MNKK Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I say it is. Thats about what everybody else charges, if not more. I've been looking into it myself. ;)

    I would have to have some incentive to give this guy a try though. I like seeing and hearing other customer reviews.

    Also, I'd like to know if you'd get a deal if you got EVERYTHING done, complete bow, quiver, sights, etc?
     
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    I am open to working out package deals. Since I am just starting up, it may take a little bit for the feedback to be generated. Actual pictures of my work will be posted on my website in the next couple weeks. Feel free to check out my feedback on Archery Talk also. This will at least let you know what type of person I am.

    Shoot me a message or phone call. I would love to earn your business. My contact info is all on the website.

    Thanks.
    Jeff
     
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    Whitetail skull dipped is $65
     
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    to the top
     
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    Do you have the kryptek highlander pattern?


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
     
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    When I click the link it just goes to a log in screen? Thanks
     

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