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Nice Wing Redwing Hunter RH 35# 58". No twist, no stress cracks, no delamination. Few minor scratches, Great shape for its age. This would make a great quality, lighter weight bow for a beginner. Nice vintage bow for your son to start making hunting memories with you. 48 hour inspection period offered. $140.00 shipped

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would make a great columbus day present
 

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Hard to believe this bow is still here. Lots of guys have been saying they are looking for a light bow to get started and this is one of the good ones at a real good price.
 

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Thanks for the bump! It generated a few emails : )
 

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I'm a beginner

I am just starting out. I'm torn between several options, including a 40# Dream catcher, or a Hoyt Competition (if I can find one) or one lke yours. Question about yours. I've been told that the shorter bow length might be detriment I am 6' tall. Is that a true ascertion? WIll I most likely "grow out" of the light draw weight?

It looks like yours is one of those "Historical" wellmade bows by a good maker. Thanks.
 

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Ranger Ron

Hey RangerRon, it depends on your draw length, what your worried about in a shorter bow is what we call "stack", the bows draw weight stacks up quick and usually uncomfortably so. Sometimes causing finger fatigue and pinching. So....If your arms are as long as you are, you may have a long draw. Bows are marked for what they draw, usually at 28", this one is probably 35# at 28".
I can say this, I've had 3 red wings made by AMC/Head, one was a 30# the others a 45 and 55 all 58", I draw 26" and I loved the 30 and 45#, the were smooth and easy to handle.
SD Archer, nice looking bow from what I can see.
 

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Bow's been sold.
 
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