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    Oneida guys.

    Need a model on these if possible. Believe they're both Tomcats, look to be the same. What do you guys think
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    I have no idea what model they are because I have only saw this brand of bows one time in person, but after shooting one I'm in the market for one. So if you would like to sell one please pm me a price
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    my buddy said they might be phantoms . are they for sale . im thinking on doing some bow fishing and heard these were a great bow for not a lot of money thanks.
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    What is the current model 2014

    I had a Strike Eagle years ago fast and deadly

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    The H500's, H250's, TC's, Phantom's, and Screamers all have a similar style. It is only little differences (cams, limb tips, shelf width, etc.) that show the differences.

    If you will take the grips off, you should find serial #'s etched there. If you will please provide those numbers, it will go a long way to identifying the bows without you needing to answer a bunch of particular questions about the bows.
    It's never really finished.

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    serial # is the only real way to check.

    http://www.oneidabows.net/forum/view...php?f=43&t=312


    SERIAL NUMBER HISTORY CHART FOR C.P. ONEIDA EAGLE BOWS
    * NEARLY ALL SERIAL #'S WERE LOCATED UNDER THE GRIP. THE VERY FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION, THE SERIAL# MAY BE FOUND ON THE SIGHT WINDOW BETWEEN THE TWO SCREW HOLES (H500 SERIES) YEAR MODELS SERIAL #
    1982-89 H500 H5=H500
    1984-89 H250 H2=H250
    1987-88 SE600 SE=SCREAMING EAGLE
    50% LET-OFF

    1989 SE689 LXV SELXV=SCREAMING EAGLE
    689 65% LET-OFF
    1990-91 STRIKE EAGLE KC=STRIKE EAGLE
    1991-92 TOMCAT I T=TOMCAT
    1990-92 PHANTOM I P=PHANTOM

    1992-2000 AREOFORCE A=AEROFORCE
    1992-96 TOMCAT II TC
    " " PHANTOM II PC
    1997 T III TC

    1997 LITE FORCE MAG LM
    1998-99 STEALTH SEQ
    2000 BLACK EAGLE BE
    2001 BLACK EAGLE C.P.A

    THE SERIAL # ON BOWS BUILT AFTER 1987 CONTAIN A LETTER THAT DESIGNATES THE YEAR THE BOW WAS BUILT. THE LETTER IS IN THE THIRD POSITION OF THE NUMBER.

    YEAR LETTER
    1988 B
    1989 D
    1990 F
    1991 G
    1992 I
    1993 J
    1994 K
    1995 L
    1996 M
    1997 N
    1998 O
    1999 P
    2000 Q
    2001 A NEW OWNERSHIP
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowcycle View Post
    The H500's, H250's, TC's, Phantom's, and Screamers all have a similar style. It is only little differences (cams, limb tips, shelf width, etc.) that show the differences.

    If you will take the grips off, you should find serial #'s etched there. If you will please provide those numbers, it will go a long way to identifying the bows without you needing to answer a bunch of particular questions about the bows.
    Will do. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fury90flier View Post
    serial # is the only real way to check.

    http://www.oneidabows.net/forum/view...php?f=43&t=312


    SERIAL NUMBER HISTORY CHART FOR C.P. ONEIDA EAGLE BOWS
    * NEARLY ALL SERIAL #'S WERE LOCATED UNDER THE GRIP. THE VERY FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION, THE SERIAL# MAY BE FOUND ON THE SIGHT WINDOW BETWEEN THE TWO SCREW HOLES (H500 SERIES) YEAR MODELS SERIAL #
    1982-89 H500 H5=H500
    1984-89 H250 H2=H250
    1987-88 SE600 SE=SCREAMING EAGLE
    50% LET-OFF

    1989 SE689 LXV SELXV=SCREAMING EAGLE
    689 65% LET-OFF
    1990-91 STRIKE EAGLE KC=STRIKE EAGLE
    1991-92 TOMCAT I T=TOMCAT
    1990-92 PHANTOM I P=PHANTOM

    1992-2000 AREOFORCE A=AEROFORCE
    1992-96 TOMCAT II TC
    " " PHANTOM II PC
    1997 T III TC

    1997 LITE FORCE MAG LM
    1998-99 STEALTH SEQ
    2000 BLACK EAGLE BE
    2001 BLACK EAGLE C.P.A

    THE SERIAL # ON BOWS BUILT AFTER 1987 CONTAIN A LETTER THAT DESIGNATES THE YEAR THE BOW WAS BUILT. THE LETTER IS IN THE THIRD POSITION OF THE NUMBER.

    YEAR LETTER
    1988 B
    1989 D
    1990 F
    1991 G
    1992 I
    1993 J
    1994 K
    1995 L
    1996 M
    1997 N
    1998 O
    1999 P
    2000 Q
    2001 A NEW OWNERSHIP
    C.P. ONEIDA EAGLE BOWS
    Q is not for 2000 99% of the LFM had a LMQ and that was year 1997 only They were mostly all made then. I wished someone would update this info because the Q was on the limb tags for all LFM I have had an they were only made in 1997 except maybe one or two when Oneida Labs was moving the stock they had when they closed down and none were made in 2000 that was mostly Black Eagles and Pro's. This has been know for years and it seems to continue mis-information. I own 3 LFM and had 6 at one time and they all had LMQ for a serial number... So don't take the Q as a 2000 model because it is not if it is in a serial number... For an Lite Force Magnum! Once they closed the Oneida Factory in New York all this information was lost and it was just more guess . Back in the day there was someone that found all the registration cards that Oneida Labs had on file in the trash when CP Oneida Moved the Factory to Michigan this person once would provide the information to Each Serial Number as to the Model, the Draw Range, Draw Weight, the Camo Pattern it was made in whether North American Camo, Michigan Autumn, Maple Mist and so on. He help many back in the day with identifying bows but that is long gone and because some see this they think they have a 2000 model and that is not accurate Q was for 1997 and it had a White Limb Tag...

    The only thing that did change on the LFM Models was the actual string length the early models had a 43 1/2 an about mid production they changed it to 43 1/4 and that is the common string length being most were 44 inches tip to tip I have one that is 46 tip to tip and talk is it was made for a fingers shooter and they used the Medium AF Outboards and not the LF Outboards which uses a 45 3/4 string not common but a custom made one at Oneida Labs... See the attached picture one is 44 the other is 46 and it was made at the Oneida Lab Factory because it has the anodized Riser and the custom Oak Leaf pattern but one is longer than the other by 2 inches... I still own the 46 one but sold the other Anodized one when I was out of work and need some money for the house payment wished I would have never sold it but too late now...

    LFM
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    What is the string length for the screaming eagle tried contacting onieda but they haven't said anything back I'm getting the string from extreme bowstrings. Thanks

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    What draw range is it, some models used different outboards and what is the Tip to tip length w/ a string on it? I am not up on this model. But different models have different string lengths.

    I would contact CP Oneida at info@oneidaeaglebows.com if you haven't already try and be specific so they might be able to assist you. SO many models hard to know with out more information.

    LFM

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    american eagle bows has pages that show string lengths for all the standard oneida bows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemiboy92 View Post
    What is the string length for the screaming eagle tried contacting onieda but they haven't said anything back I'm getting the string from extreme bowstrings. Thanks
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