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ceme24
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Oh, I forgot one. I would really like to have a Wellman Hurricane Hunter - lefty of course.

If you're interested, item 201608780329 on the big auction is a righty. They were in production quite a few years and I have seen them in different woods. I see about 1-2 a year but never a lefty - yet

They were made locally here and I would like to own a piece of that history

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Greyrider
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My best recurve would be my green strip Bear TD. The bow I would still love to own is a #1,B handle Bear TD
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mahantango
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Carrolls Gentleman Jim, 50-55#.

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We are all here because we are not all there.

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Orion
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Would like to find a lower weight (45-50#) Great Northern 64-inch Critter Gitter or Jack Harrison Black Wolf, J.D. Berry Viper or Fred Anderson Skookum with the same specs.
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TOEJAMMER
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My Jack Howard Gamester that I got from Jack in 1967, maybe 1968.
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david janssen
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I would love to find a nice 1966 Kodiak in rt hd around 40#-45#.My birth year.

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David Janssen

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cacciatore
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A bear Signature TD,lh.

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1993 PBS Regular
Compton
CBA
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damascusdave
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You know I have skirted around so many Tamerlanes I could not begin to remember...I finally stayed on track and just bought a 1966 HC30 lefty...apparently I was just waiting until the prices came down a bit...the thing I like best about the bow is that the brush rest is still in great shape...many of them are missing it entirely

DDave

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I set out a while ago to reduce my herd of 40 bows...right now I am down to about 47 by my count...someone help me please

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Archery_Collector
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Most treasured I own? My fathers Hoyt Pro Medalist.

Most treasured, non-sentimental bow(s)? My '49 grizzly, Stamped Grumley and my 2 KII's

Looking for? A Damon Howatt El Dorado, cool bows!

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Shooting recurves before recurves were cool

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reddogge
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Most treasured is my original target bow, '66 Bear Tamerlane. Bought, sold and rebought again. Glad to have it back.

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PBS Reg member 1973
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stagetek
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The two I'd never sell are a pair of 67.5 Super Kodiaks. One is 64" and 48#. The other is 60" and 48#. Not a scratch on either of them.
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Horney Toad
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I'd like to find a lefty 1967 Tigercat, about 50 pounds or more.
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trubltrubl
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of my BEARS ..i cherish my 1970 B takedown, and realy enjoy my 1967 Superkodiak. Would love to get a 1968 Superkodiak in LH at 60 lbs...and would love to get an original A riser in LH
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92Fspc4
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I treasure all of my bows so much I have trouble leaving any at home. My Samic sage and journey are the ones I couldn't live without.

The one I long for is a 62" grizzly in a hunting weight. Also an indian seneca with zebra wood riser, and a b riser magnesium take down and a pearson palemeno.

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Jon Stewart
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Picked up a 63 Grizzly dogleg, near mint, yesterday at a shoot. 35#per and shoots great.
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