I'm about as in shape as a 150 lb person can be and anxiously awaiting its string but I have a hard time imagining myself using it as a daily shooter, I am curious as to whether it will loose a broomstick....
I'm really hoping that someone on here will know where any info on these 1950-60 era canadians can be located. I shoot a 35#er daily an unless they were getting crazy with the maple syrup I don't think it is similar. The riser is a good 4x the size of my sage and the limbs significantly stiffer.
?????? With out pictures or make it is hard to say. But this is how I read it. It's bow #100 out of how many, 30 pounds of draw weight at 28" draw----(not 30" and don't know where inseason came up with that), standard is 28". length of the bow is 68".
Bow is 30lb, 68" and (not 100% sure but I would be willing to bet) the bow model is the #100. Here's a slightly edited cut-and=paste from an earlier thread on AT - do a search on "Dunmark".
Les Dunsdon was one of several Ontario bowmakers in the 50s and 60s. In the mid 60s, Dunsdon and another bowyer named Harry Markham joined up and called their company Dunmark. Later in the mid 70s they connected with another Toronto area company called Archery Craft, which became Dunarco, then DACO for short. DACO bought a US company called Outers (Astro compounds) which made the Astro Regency which was a '70s top target compound bow.
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