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recurvgurl
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Hi everyone! This is my first post. Total newbie to collecting and Archery in general but love it. I came across these at a yard sale. I want to know can I use them or should I put them on a shelf?  -

[ July 19, 2017, 07:48 PM: Message edited by: Tony Van Dort ]

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Bob Gulliksen
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Looks like a Case Kiska
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I thought so too Bob! The pic I posted was too big here's another with the other two. I also wondered why they aren't sharpened?
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#1 Kibbe Big Game #2 Case Kiska #3 Case Konvertible
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Considering that those heads were made in the late 1920's and early 1930's, I would not use them.

Nice find, a few great heads to start a collection.

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