Beautiful bow. It is an "A" riser which is a little more scarce than the "B" Riser. It is also the first edition. You can tell by the Brown Bears on the back of the clamps. 1971. The limbs are the original white tips, but only 45#. They are number 2 limbs which bring the most intrest.
The price might sound rediculous, but he already has two bids on it. It will sell.
Is it worth it? It is to the two guys that are bidding on it.
We always say that old bows are worth what someone will pay...no more, no less.
I have a "B" riser with original 50# limbs. Mine is in as good condition as this one, but my limbs are not matching SN. Both 50#, and well balanced. I have shot them in my Green Stripe riser.
My riser has the Bear Premium sight routed in, and this seems to reduce the intrest for some reason.
Anyway. the "A" riser up right now is a beauty, and it would not surprise me to see more bids...even in this economy.
-------------------- JACK MILLET-TBG,TGMM Family of the Bow
"Don't worry about tomorrow. If the sun doesn't come up in the morning, we will play in the dark" - ME
The most important part of your hunting setup is the broadhead. The rest is just the delivery system. Posts: 4086 | From: WHITE, GA | Registered: Jul 2003
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