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Thread: Shakespeare archery recurve

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    Shakespeare archery recurve

    Had a guy at work bring me one. Are they worth anything for as a collectors item or just shoot it?



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    Shakespeare archery recurve

    Some do collect them but its most likely a shooter. I've had 2 vintage Shakespeare's and they're good shooters. Just make sure its in good working condition, check for cracks or delaminations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aim-WellArcher1 View Post
    Had a guy at work bring me one. Are they worth anything for as a collectors item or just shoot it?
    Which one?

    Like guyver says, there seems to be a little collector interest in Shakespeares, but nothing like the Bear aficionados, etc.

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    its a sierra model x18 amo standard 52" 45 lbs.

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    yall left me hanging

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    Shakespeare archery recurve

    Shoot it
    Hoyt GPX, Spigarelli BB riser, Bernardini Cobra
    Border Hex 7, Hex6 BB2 & CXB.
    Board bows and selfbows galore

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