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OldSkoolArcher
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1963 Howatt Hi-Speed
55#
HS7 7908-54"
White 3M Glass

(Pictured with the "World Famous" 1963 White Glass Howatt Hunter also 55#)

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OldSkoolArcher
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kuch
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Those are really , really nice , bet they dont shoot bad either
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WOW!

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TBinMN
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Nick - those are sweet!

The sculpted riser lines, beautiful wood and great shooting characteristics of the early 60's Howatts really make me have split loyalties with them and my Bears!

You sure have some spectacular bows Nick - thanks for taking the time to post about them.

Terry

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Horney Toad
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Really pretty ones.

I'd like to shoot an old hunter along side with a newer one to see how they compare.

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cacciatore
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Great looking couple! I love myself those old DH with that incredible Brazilian Rosewood. What about the serial# on the HS?

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ksbowman
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Beautiful wood in both. I thought the Hi-speed had great wood color and grain til I saw the Hunter!

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HOLY COW....what a neat pair!!

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KYArcher
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Very Nice!!!!
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Beautiful.

[Cool]

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Gorgeous bows!

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4runr
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Absolutly beautiful!!

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I'm doing some research on Howatt Hunters and came across this post. Bow porn. That's what this forum is missing now days. We need more bow porn!

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Brad Lehmann

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Nice bows.
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