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Raffi-France
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Hi Everybody,
I'm a french archer and a I'm in love with Howatt bows...
I found a traditionnal recurve bow, but I'm unable to know what kind of bow it is..
may be a Howatt bow ? It looks like a Super Diablo, but the inscription is
H.N.75028 and I don't know Howatt bow model beginning with an N ? or maybe a Browning ?
Is there somebody who can learn me more about this bow ?
I will try to put some pics, it's my first time on this gang...
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thanks a lot for answers

[ December 25, 2017, 09:31 PM: Message edited by: Charlie Lamb ]

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oups, sorry for the pics size....

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Looks much like a Howatt for sure but not sure what the N stands for in the Serial number!
Looks like it was made in the 70's with the stabilizer bushing and that writing looks like the same writing as the bows made in the 70's.
I'm 99.9 % sure Howatt company made it but not sure which company?
I would like to know also and welcome to the Gang!

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I meant to say that bow case in the picture looks like a Howatt case as well!
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Thank you Keefer for your welcome. I read Trad Gang forums for years and it's an honor for me to post here...
I love vintage recurve bows from USA
Sometimes I found an interesting bow, but we have very less choice in France than you..

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another pic

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