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  1. Browning
    ::I also cross-posted in the general forum, but I thought I might have a better chance in the Browning-specific forum:: A friend was cleaning out his closet and gifted me a bow. He stated that it was a competition bow that has been converted for hunting purposes. I can't seem to find any...
  2. General Archery Discussion
    A friend was cleaning out his closet and gifted me a bow. He stated that it was a competition bow that has been converted for hunting purposes. I can't seem to find any information about it. It is an all-wood Browning compound bow with Browning labels on both limbs. The riser is completely...
  3. Traditional Archery
    Good evening, I just purchased a Fury I second hand for a good deal. I'm having some trouble identifying the draw weight from the factory scrawling on the side. I think it's 45# but unsure. Thanks y'all! PAK
  4. Traditional Archery
    Hey Everyone, I have a LH recurve bow that I need help identifying. I'll post picture below to help out. The words on the bottom limb read: "Falcon" 60" 43# @ 28" C.M. 2764 Thanks y'all
  5. Traditional Archery
    I was wondering if anyone could aid help me identify the model/era or year if possible of this Bear Takedown recurve as I have yet to come across a photo of any takedown that matches mine, Any help will be appreciated!
  6. General Archery Discussion
    I bought the riser in the pictures thinking this riser would fit my Samick limbs. I guess I should have looked closer. I've since been looking all over trying to figure out what kind of riser this is. Unlike most riser that have a flat plate or ILF for the limbs, this riser has a single post...
  7. History Talk
    Having trouble identifying the bow I just purchased. The stickers were painted over by a previous owner so I have no model/serial numbers. The paint job is also not it's original. The main reason for this is I'm trying to get the draw weight down to something comfortable. I'd estimate I'm around...
  8. General Archery Discussion
    Hey there everyone. I am new to this site and have a question for you all. I just acquired a recurve bow that is a laminate bow and it is 60" long. I believe the wood is maple. The only markings on it are 60" then 3330-G then 45#. It is all hand written on there. I am going to try to...
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