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Goshawkin
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I have 2 of Bob Swinehart's elephant broadheads. He was the first guy to kill Africa's Big 5 with a bow ( Howard Hill didn't get a rhino) It doesn't get much cooler than that for me!
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That's pretty cool, do you have a pic of the Broadheads?

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Goshawkin
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I can't post a pic on here from my phone. I can email or text a pic to someone if they could post it here. I made a display with one of the elephant heads, a dead head and a Hill head. Swinehart used all 3 on the big 5. Lion,leopard and buff with a deadhead. Rhino with a Hill head.
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My favorite is my 67-1/2 super kodiak. Such a pretty bow and a real nice shooter too.
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PAPALAPIN
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Jack Howard Supreme Target bow... only two known to exist.

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"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.

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crazynate
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I have a 10" Detroit Archers patch I like a lot. Only one that I know of in existence is owned by Johnny Razorhead. Just an odd item. Actually got it on here from a very generous trad gang member.  -
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T4HALO
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Mine are my 56 & 60 Kodiak Specials. I like how the Silver turns to pea soup green. Both shoot well.

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mullet
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My most prized was my mint '58 Kodiak until I picked up a '59 Kodiak last week.
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Captain*Kirk
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Without a doubt, my '69 HC300 Tamerlane.

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ron w
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Mine is a not so cool 67' Kodiak Hunter, just a nice old bow. I have a Polar and an Alaskan also. Some of you guys have great collections......... [Not Worthy]

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david janssen
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My 66 Kodiak 35# almost mint shape.Just got it a few weeks ago.Such a smooth shooting bow.

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crazynate
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I also have a late sixties kodiak hunter ron w. Great shooting bows and they are very well built.
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Pack animal
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This is probably my coolest
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I only have 3 as well. Mid 70's SuperMag.  -

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A Grizzly and a SuperMag

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ncheels
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Mine coolest is my near mint 1964 White Wing 69".
Love shooting this thing.  -

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