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  1. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by Jtrack View Post
    Hi Dave, just bought bows for my 2 grandsons this christmas. After setting them up, I thought to myself, I need a bow myself, so I just purchased my first ever Compound Bow. Its a Jennings Titan, sticker on it has Bear Archery 1990. It appears to be a Jennings after Bear takeover bow. It's a very nice lightly use bow, no dings, scratches, or scraps on it. Fully loaded with 5 pin glow sights, biscuit rest, tube peep site, "D" loop, stabilizer, quick release, armguard, 12 carbon arrows with 4 target heads and 4 broadheads all in a nice case, you know the works, ready to hunt. Anyway, it was set to 70 pound draw weight and a draw length of around 30 or so. I have tuned it down to around 55 lbs, which is about right for me, with 3 turns. The bow doesn't appears to have cams on it, just 2 pulleys. It also has on the cables 2, 5 notch 3/4" size disc about 4 inches off each pulley, that appears to be for length fine tuning. Itching to get this thing setup so I can Shoot it. Over 30 miles to the nearest Archery shop. I can't seem to find any info on it searching the web. Wondering if you or anyone else may have the manual for this bow. May have to follow your previous go to advise and see if Fred Archery can help. BTW, there is a You tube video on a Jennings that looks very close to what I have. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ik9Cspb91Vw. Thanks for any and all help guys.
    Private message sent
    Dave



  2. #102
    Great link. I'll add it to my links.
    Thank you,
    Dave

  3. #103
    Added link to Ben Pearson catalogs
    Listed are the links to all the available manuals and to other resources.

    Manuals

    Allen bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/uq4i9qx7e5y07byk71m0
    Barnett bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/x2mvw5lsqrilk4towb3u
    Bear bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/3300544e64d864a2ddd5
    Carroll bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/b341ni7x7lzfev7fv3bo
    Darton bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/c3aq7afhrqz9qs23frcc
    Golden Eagle bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/09f9d638434e180f20ad
    Jennings bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/9c8lk998sbqct5ci8mda
    Martin bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/u68up46qmvcfe4xxkzrc
    Olympus bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/0ompy6lwed4ffp1a3xb1
    Pearson bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/9v9vt7kous0oxftjt1cg
    PSE bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/3jrsrsp0f0r0m9paygx4
    Saxon Arms bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/av1ycirpyrd72cau0nfo
    Wing bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/9937zd6liogebntcsf81

    Resources

    Bear customer service: bearcustomercare@beararcherypr oducts.com
    Ben Pearson catalogs: http://www.benpearson.com/vb/showthr...et-of-Catalogs
    Darton manuals and catalogs: http://www.dartonarchery.com/Product-Info.html
    Hoyt tune charts: http://www.hoyt.com/customer_service...une_charts.php
    Martin older manuals: http://www.martinarchery.com/manuals/
    Oneida manuals: http://www.oneidabows.net/forum/viewforum.php?f=43
    PSE tune charts: http://tune.pse-archery.com/default.aspx


    I'll post links to any new information as it becomes available.

    Dave

  4. #104
    Try getting information on a Bear "Whitetail Hunter II". It is almost identical to yours. My brother-in-law has one and he was told that the discs adjust the poundage of the bow. How true that is? I don't know, but maybe the bear catalog for the year this bow was made will say what those little discs are for.
    Good luck.

    I'm sorry, but it seems that all my replies were already posted before. I'll be more careful the next time.

  5. #105
    The eccentric wheels on a Whitetail II (not sure if that is the same as a Whitetail Hunter II) will have adjustments, modules I believe, to change the draw length. Any change in the draw length will probably change the draw weight somewhat. However, the adjustment for the draw weight is usually made at the limb bolts. The earlier Whitetail Hunter (again not sure about the Whitetail Hunter II) had the draw weight adjustment made at the weight adjustment arms that are near each end of the riser. The only discs (they have several different length slots the primary cable can feed through)I've seen on some bows are on the cable yoke and those are to make small adjustments in the draw length.

    Dave

  6. #106
    Thanks guys for the info and help. Whitetail II, Kodiak I and II, Whitetail Hunter II, Whitetail Legend, Bear Flare, Bear Bruin, Silent Hunter, all look like variants of my bow. Some have recurve limbs, different draw weights/lengths but all have basically the same type setups and wheels.

  7. #107
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    old manuals

    Hi, i saw that you have some old manuals. I was wondering if you have manuals for a pse express elite? Or for an old golden eagle hunter? They both have relatively small cams, I'm trying to figure out if there's anyway to adjust the pse dra bbw length and any other info i can find out about both of them. Thanks, Brian B_kleidon@hotmail.com


    Quote Originally Posted by Dave J View Post
    Listed below is some of the information on older compound bows I have available (PDF files).

    Allen Compound Bow Information

    Bear Alaskan II Compound Bow Fact Sheet

    Bear Delta V Instruction Booklet

    Bear First Strike XL, XLR Product Information

    Bear Polar II Compound Bow Instruction Manual

    Bear Tamerlane II and Alaskan Compound Bow Instruction Manual

    Bear Whitetail Hunter Compound Bow Manual

    Carroll Archery Compound Bow Information

    Darton Instruction Manual

    Golden Eagle Archery Owner's Manual

    Golden Eagle Owner's Manual

    Jennings Compound Bow Information

    Jennings Compound Bow Instructions

    Jennings Unistar

    Martin M-41, M-7, M-20, M-48, M-38G, M-38, M-1, M-100, T-40, T-1, T-20, and all Pro Series Compound Bow Manual

    Precision Compound Bow Information

    PSE Compound Bow User's Guide

    You and Your PSE Compound Bow

    Wing Compound Bow Information

    I have more information available than listed above. 1976 through 1993 Darton catalogs. More manuals for older compound bows, I wont supply the files for these , but links to the manufacturers web page where they are located (I feel that if the manufacturer went to the trouble of making the manuals available for download you should at least visit their website). And other miscellaneous literature, all in PDF format.

    Dave

  8. #108
    Hi bkleidon

    Check the PSE and Golden Eagle links. There might be a manual that will work for you. Golden Eagle https://www.box.com/s/09f9d638434e180f20ad
    PSE https://www.box.com/s/3jrsrsp0f0r0m9paygx4

    Dave

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    Hello Dave, could you please send m

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave J View Post
    Listed below is some of the information on older compound bows I have available (PDF files).

    Allen Compound Bow Information

    Bear Alaskan II Compound Bow Fact Sheet

    Bear Delta V Instruction Booklet

    Bear First Strike XL, XLR Product Information

    Bear Polar II Compound Bow Instruction Manual

    Bear Tamerlane II and Alaskan Compound Bow Instruction Manual

    Bear Whitetail Hunter Compound Bow Manual

    Carroll Archery Compound Bow Information

    Darton Instruction Manual

    Golden Eagle Archery Owner's Manual

    Golden Eagle Owner's Manual

    Jennings Compound Bow Information

    Jennings Compound Bow Instructions

    Jennings Unistar

    Martin M-41, M-7, M-20, M-48, M-38G, M-38, M-1, M-100, T-40, T-1, T-20, and all Pro Series Compound Bow Manual

    Precision Compound Bow Information

    PSE Compound Bow User's Guide

    You and Your PSE Compound Bow

    Wing Compound Bow Information

    I have more information available than listed above. 1976 through 1993 Darton catalogs. More manuals for older compound bows, I wont supply the files for these , but links to the manufacturers web page where they are located (I feel that if the manufacturer went to the trouble of making the manuals available for download you should at least visit their website). And other miscellaneous literature, all in PDF format.

    Dave
    Dave could you please send me the manual or any information about a very Allen compound bow. I would like to know how to adjust draw length.

    Thanks Angel

  10. #110
    Hi Pastor Angel

    Here is the link to the Allen compound bow manuals: https://www.box.com/s/uq4i9qx7e5y07byk71m0

    Dave

  11. #111
    I recently received several bow catalogs from a member of the Archery Talk forum. I will be scanning and creating PDF files of the catalogs and making them available to download. I'll list the catalogs here as they become available.

    1991 Jennings Compound Bow Catalog, can be downloaded here: https://www.box.com/s/9c8lk998sbqct5ci8mda

    Dave

  12. #112
    I recently received several bow catalogs from a member of the Archery Talk forum. I will be scanning and creating PDF files of the catalogs and making them available to download. I'll list the catalogs here as they become available.

    1998 Pearson Catalog, can be downloaded here: https://www.box.com/files/0/f/542797145

    Dave

  13. #113
    1992 Jennings Compound Bow catalog added.

    Can be viewed or downloaded here: https://www.box.com/files/0/f/312456171

    Dave

  14. #114
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    Dave.
    Do you have anything on a 1999 Diamond (now Bowtech) compound?
    It has split limbs and modular draw length cam.
    Cam only has letters DL on it.
    Thank you.IMG_20130216_071631_2.jpg
    PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE RISING COST IN AMMO PRICES I WILL NO LONGER BE FIRING A WARNING SHOT.

  15. #115
    Hi lc12

    I don't have any literature on Diamond / Bowtech.

    Dave

  16. #116
    Added 1994 McPherson catalog, view or download here: https://www.box.com/files/0/f/685810523

    Dave

  17. #117
    Added 1995 XI Compound Bow and Accessories catalog (abridged), view or download here: https://www.box.com/files/0/f/687701093/XI

    Due to the large size of certain catalogs, only the bows and their specifications pages will be copied. Abridged catalogs will be labeled as such.

    Dave

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    Dave J, thanks for the work of putting these all together and giving access to these manuals.

  20. #120
    Thanks rustynail996. At the moment I'm adding archery catalogs that were recently given to me.

    Dave

  21. #121
    Added Mountaineer Archery 1995 catalog. It can be viewed or downloaded here : https://www.box.com/files/0/f/700604559

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave J View Post
    Hi lc12

    I don't have any literature on Diamond / Bowtech.

    Dave
    Dave,
    Just got back in to town.
    Thanks for the answer even if it was not the one I was looking for!
    PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE RISING COST IN AMMO PRICES I WILL NO LONGER BE FIRING A WARNING SHOT.

  24. #124
    lc12
    If I find anything on Diamond/Bowtech in the future I'll let you know.

    Update: Added Golden Eagle - Satellite 1994 catalog

    Dave

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    I don't see it listed but is there any chance you may know the specs on a browing heat bow? I am trying everything i can think of to get those. Thanks.

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