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    Always been traditional. My two favorite bows are 52" Cascade Night Hawk 70#@28" and 56" Cascade Brush Hawk also 70#28"

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    I've got a black widow I bought last year to start getting into it. Plan on making it my "go to" bow after a couple years. Still trying to get comfortable shooting it and get the right arrows for it.

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    I shoot mostly traditional, I have a small collection of vintage Bear bows. I have at least one representative of each model that was cataloged in 1958. I have added a couple more since this picture was taken, I think I'm up to 9 or 10 total now.



    Bob

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    Sweet collection BobT. I'll have to try to get a pic of my grandpas Bear Kodiak Special that he gave me. He just passed this Monday so I think I'm going to have to get it back out to shoot again soon. It is a great bow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjsmallfield View Post
    Sweet collection BobT. I'll have to try to get a pic of my grandpas Bear Kodiak Special that he gave me. He just passed this Monday so I think I'm going to have to get it back out to shoot again soon. It is a great bow.
    Thanks! I love the old Bear bows, when I started my collection I also got into arrow making and string making. I'm sorry for your loss, I wish I had a few more things from my grandfathers, the few things I do have I really cherish!

    Bob

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    Hey I am pretty new to this Tradional thing. I bought a new Bear Grizzly #55 @ 28".

    I have shot it every day for three months and while it seems to shoot well and i'm getting better. I am already thinking about upgradeing to a Dalaa ( hope I spelled that right) any thoughts on these bows. I have a friend that loves his.

    Big investment for me in this downturn economy.

 

 

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