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Thread: Wilson Brothers Black Widow Value

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    Wilson Brothers Black Widow Value

    I'm thinking about getting a black widow I found on ebay.
    I'm not sure of their value though. I have done a lot of research on the Widow Wall and other sites.
    I cant seem to find much.
    Serial number is 20014.
    I emailed black widow, and this is what "Roger" told me.



    Model HS 60” 41# @ 28” was shipped August 22, 1967.

    Anyone have an estimated value?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Black-Widow-...item27cff54d67
    Black Widow PMA II Recurve - Black Widow MAIII Recurve -Ed Holcomb 59 Replica Recurve - Hoyt Buffalo - 73 Bear Grizzly Recurve


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    You can always check the completed listing to see what a similar one like this sold for recently.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-BLAC...item257af89acf

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    Awesome.. I guess I didnt even think of that. Never crossed my mind that such an old bow would show up more than once in the same place! Thanks for the link!!
    Black Widow PMA II Recurve - Black Widow MAIII Recurve -Ed Holcomb 59 Replica Recurve - Hoyt Buffalo - 73 Bear Grizzly Recurve

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    I am not sure when they started making Widows that are "fast flight" string compatable. That may or may not be a factor in buying it. Roger could tell you if it is or not. That would make a difference to me.

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    1983 was when widow bows were made to,use fast flight string. Only a b50"should be used,on that. Depending on if the bow has any holes where a sight was used, or in what shape the finish is, its value would range from 200-325

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