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reddogge
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Someone wanted more bow porn in the previous thread about Howatt Hi Speeds.

Howatt Monterey
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Early 60s Howatt Hunter
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vintage-bears
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I'm looking to find one of those !

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warpedarrow
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Love it. You don't get beauty like that with maple laminates.

Does anyone know what the NE Plus Ultra designation meant? The NE part in particular.

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Zwickey-Fever
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Drooling here,,,Would love to have one of those!!

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Now therefore take, I pray thee, thy weapons, thy quiver and thy bow, and go out to the field, and take me some venison;
Genesis 27:3

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Zwickey-Fever
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Martin Damon Howatt Scorpion
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Now therefore take, I pray thee, thy weapons, thy quiver and thy bow, and go out to the field, and take me some venison;
Genesis 27:3

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reddogge
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Ne Plus Ultra is a Latin phrase meaning:

the highest point capable of being attained

the most profound degree of a quality or state

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Thank you Red. I never studied any Latin so I was clueless.

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Zwickey,

They are out there and can be purchased right.
Trying to sell a great bow for what it is worth is a tough sell at the moment. I therefore turned into a purchaser for the time being. I bought a great old Howatt Hunter for $103 and have another equally as good deal in the works.

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Zwickey-Fever
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quote:
Originally posted by warpedarrow:
Zwickey,

They are out there and can be purchased right.
Trying to sell a great bow for what it is worth is a tough sell at the moment. I therefore turned into a purchaser for the time being. I bought a great old Howatt Hunter for $103 and have another equally as good deal in the works.

Yes, the Martin Scorpion can be purchased now. I have had mine since December 2015. I obtained it directly from Martin at the time but 3 Rivers is now selling them on their website. I have several Martin bows and am always on the look out for more of them. The Scorpion is a snappy bow, quick, quiet and accurate but, in my opinion not as forgiving as the Martin Hunter.

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Now therefore take, I pray thee, thy weapons, thy quiver and thy bow, and go out to the field, and take me some venison;
Genesis 27:3

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reddogge
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Here's my Hunter in action. I gave it to my son several years ago however he doesn't have a lot of time to shoot these days. He has good form and is a good shot considering he's in his late 40s and really hadn't shot a bow since he was 20.

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Just noticed you can see the blur of a white capped XX75 Autumn Orange arrow I made for the bow.

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Nice bow and great pic of arrow at speed.

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Zwickey-Fever
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Looking good Reddogge!! Great picture! There's nothing like a vintage DH Martin bow!! [thumbsup]

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Now therefore take, I pray thee, thy weapons, thy quiver and thy bow, and go out to the field, and take me some venison;
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These are awesome. I love Bears but there are so many great bows out there deserving of Bow Porn!

Thanks for sharing.

Jack

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Love the glass on the Hunter.

Very nice bows!!!!

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