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tradbhuntr
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I am thinking about getting a Shawnee Cougar. Does anyone have any information good or bad about this bow? How does it shoot? Is it smooth, is there any handshock? I heard you can switch limbs from longbow limbs to recurve limbs. Any information will help me make a decision. Thanks. Ken
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If you are still considering. I have several of Bob's bows and a Shawnee Cougar that I picked up last June 64# 62" at 28, I love the Shawnee it shoots great. There is no handshock and it shoots exactly like my one piece Cougar.

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I just ordered one a couple weeks ago. I ordered a Shawnee Dakota i'm still undecided about weather i should get 62" or 64" limbs for my 29 1/2" draw. What do yall think? Kevin
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Lost Arra
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I have three Morrison's and love them all, matter of fact, after buying these bows over the past 6 months I have not had the slightest inclination to look at another brand. I know it would be a let-down.

My Cougar is a one piece, is quiet and well mannered.

I am sure not a bow expert but I think the biggest plus with Morrison bows is that they are very tolerant of varying spine arrows. I have one stumping quiver filled with a smorgasbord of arrows and it shoots them all well. I think it has something to do with how the rest is cut ("center-cut").

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Trad,

I just recieved my new Shawnee from Bob, and its a smoker! The riser is made of Texas ebony, with kudu horn inlay on the front of the riser and on the limb tips. The limbs are backed with Canebrake (sp?), and the handle has a grizzly paw on it. Its named "B.C. Bound" since we are moving back to British Columbia (from Alberta) in the near future. I own another of Bob's recurves, and really enjoy it as well. I highly recommend the Shawnee, it shoots like the rig! Good luck.

Jeff Lander
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