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dbd870
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If could only have one I'd keep my early 70's Grizzly.

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A Grizzly and a SuperMag

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Jmorgan@sheridanwy.net
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TD PSRX
40@28 with a full length GT entrada 500 spine and 200 up front

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BowMIke
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Morrison Shawnee's are my favorite.
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carbonflyr
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hill country wildcat is my go to
i have a acs-cx that is giving me fits but still have high hopes it'll come around

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KyStickbow
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Bear Montana

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Aim small...Miss small!!

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ToxophilitePastor
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Thunderstick MOAB

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He (Jesus Christ) is before all things, and in Him all things hold together (Col. 1:17).

Moab - 64", 55@27"
Hill Cheetah - 66", 58@28"

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danshao
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My titan with tt limbs for the most part. If I need more performance for heavier arrows etc I'd just pick up the whippenstick recurve.
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yeager
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My 2002 Bob Lee Classic Takedown.

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Wisconsin Traditional Archers
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P&Y Club, Official Measurer

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Tradcat
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Toss up between Toelke Whip & Great Northern Bushbow
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macksdad
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My Hill Country Wildcat static 62" #59@30" super smooth fast and quiet

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Hoyt Buffalo #45@28,#50@28, #55 @28, #60@28
Hill Country Wildcat 52#@28
Hill Country Wildcat Static #57@31
Rick Welch Accuracy Factory

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Kip
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Bob Lee with longbow limbs had one few years ago that blew up and found another with short riser and long limbs.Have other bows also Bear takedown mag riser and a wood riser that also are great.Kip
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tzolk
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The Toelke 68" Super D for me. Although I reckon most bows are more reliable than the shoulders that deal with them.

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All the Best!
Todd Z

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ShrtRnd
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Out of the three in my signature, this past year/season I have been using the Stalker Coyote FXT the most.

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Robertson Stykbow Peregrine 60" #65@29"
Robertson Stykbow Prairie Falcon 62" #62@29"
Stalker Stickbow Coyote FXT 62" #53@29"

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Tom
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Whatever is in hand-depends on the clown holding it.Some days are certainly better than others for me but I am really liking a 1 piece Mentor-51#@29.

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If you think you can or think you can't-you're right.

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dnovo
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I'm really loving my Caribow Featherhorn 53#
It's my go to bow since I got it

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Compton

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