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    New,but probably 25 y.o. snagged off epay. Bought the Trebark 2117's,dipped and crested 4 1/2" shield cut. Young feather burner and 4 Bitzenburgers makes short work.

    I shoot competition 3D with hotrod recurves and longbows.Been at it from the invention of McKenzie targets back in the 1980's.

    I usually go through a cpl dz shafts a season..... the last 1/2 dz get broadheads screwed on for hunting. These are for 2019.... got another dz of carbons to set up. Will post up a pic of those when done. They were a Christmas gift from one of my sons last year. I still like aluminum but,they just keep getting harder and harder to find.

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    I have a 1953 Bear Recurve 60 lb pull, I’m course what it’s worth

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    • #3
      I may take it to the gun show, looks like you did good.
      Last edited by Randy C; 2 weeks ago.

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      • #4
        Randy,if it's straight,as in no limb twist..... and in pretty good shape,depending on model.... you're gonna get the best $$ selling it on Ebay.

        Just have to take a bunch of pics. But look on the bay to see what your model is bringing.

        A gun show wouldn't be my pick of places to sell it. Good luck.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Intheshop View Post
          New,but probably 25 y.o. snagged off epay. Bought the Trebark 2117's,dipped and crested 4 1/2" shield cut. Young feather burner and 4 Bitzenburgers makes short work.

          I shoot competition 3D with hotrod recurves and longbows.Been at it from the invention of McKenzie targets back in the 1980's.

          I usually go through a cpl dz shafts a season..... the last 1/2 dz get broadheads screwed on for hunting. These are for 2019.... got another dz of carbons to set up. Will post up a pic of those when done. They were a Christmas gift from one of my sons last year. I still like aluminum but,they just keep getting harder and harder to find.
          I'm glad to hear aluminum arrows are still in demand. I just looked at some I have not 5 minutes ago when I was cleaning out a shed here, first time I've seen them in years. They're Easton xx75 2117s. My son in law is a hunter and hunting guide and usually kills a couple of deer a year hisself. I asked my daughter a few years ago if he'd want them and she said he only used carbon, I thought okay. I'd love to get back into shooting a bow but I have a bad elbow so it's probably just a dream.

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          • #6
            My cedar arrows work just fine.

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            • #7
              Bear,I still shoot woodys..... heck,make the dang shafts on one of our moulding machines.It spits m out 3 at a time,23/64".

              But,we shoot in the rain and they get so saturated it just becomes too much work. They shoot great on nice days.

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              • #8
                Polyeuthrane?

                Body shot deer thed to snap them off.

                I like the fiberglass of the '60s; still have 1 doz target shafts for my Browing.

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                • #9
                  Another dz.... these are 400 spine carbons. Destination, pro 3D archery,tearing up east coast circuits. Will shoot an action pic once completed

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