I have seen people take some of these bows and strip off the factory camo which you can do but it is a lot of work or you can just recamo the bow and you will again have a great hunting bow. I believe that it is missing a round emblem or badge on the side and other than a few minor scratches from use. When asking questions regarding a listed or purchased item, please allow a day for responses as I check my messages every evening. One end of the string is a bit frayed. Among those that I would like to single out for their help in this effort are Joe St. Draw weight is nice and light on A and B riser for hunting. We Cannot Reimburse Return Shipping Costs.
For example, a serial number of 5L212 would be a 1965 Bow. This bow has handling marks consistent with normal use. Be creative and mount these for various uses- hooks. The riser looks to be nice. Best I can tell, it was made between 1948 and 1953, but I can't seem to find out much more. No cracks and no twisted limb.
Available in draw weights from 30 pounds all the way up to 60 pounds, you are sure to be able to get the right draw weight for your needs. The Decals and Silkscreening The small Running Bear decal was first used in 1948, and was replaced by the large Standing Bear decal in mid-1953. The bleeders which were used in these slotted Zwickeys were very large compared to the bleeders that we see in todays broadheads, but the idea worked and encouraged Fred to continue with his experiments. This has a slight departure from traditional long bows in that it has a lot of reverse curvature to the limbs as opposed to the smooth curve of traditional long bows. Below are the approx date ranges for the type of coin used. Please let us know if you have any questions or would like more pictures.
Shipping is to the lower 48 states only. International bidders: Please contact me before bidding!!!! During this time over 60,000 records were sold. Top Pick: The Martin Archery Jaguar Elite Bow is a well built bow that is also has good looks to boot. Arrow Rest Many recurve bows are shot using the grip hand as an arrow rest. In modern times, many shooters still love the feel of a long bow and all of the power it can bring to bear. If you need any information regarding this bow please call the owner Jay at 313-686-6166. Does the archer want a modern recurve such as a Bear Kodiak, or an older design such as a Magyar Horse Bow? By Cupidsgatearchery: Almost all recurve manufacturers made their bow that would require a string 4 inches shorter than the stated bow length, except when Hoyt riser is used which would require a string 3 inches shorter than the stated bow length instead.
Delamination and the wood is in real nice shape. Overall, this is a reasonably priced bow that is well made and fun to shoot. We ship Monday through Friday. It is the most simplistic of all archery equipment and has been around for thousands of years. Every model Bear bow made from 1953 to mid 1972 have the 1953 Canadian patent for the working recurve design on the lower limb. Is there currently anybody making a reproduction of this bow? I have a 1953 Bear Tigercat recurve 53 that's been hunted and has some version of windows sights on it. Vivid colors and fantastic display appeal will make this a welcome addition to any collection.
Keep your e y e s p e e l e d for some real Hard-To-Find-Beauties! These models were all 4 arrow design and were last listed in the catalog in 1971. I do not intentionally hide a defect about an item, but again, you should ask any questions you have before bidding. Most of this finish chips off leaving a very dull gray metal underneath. It has the patent applied for yellow sticker on bow. And while we're into these good old days, how about the vast equipment choices we have today? However, his private venture into the bow making business lasted only two years before he took a job in an appliance manufacturer as a model maker. The Grizzly kept the leather grip until 1964.
Not in my humble opinion. Some of these considerations are purely cosmetic -- i. You are buying this used bow in As Found condition. The 1955 catalog is shown on the left, with the rare 1957 pictured on the right in this photo. There are tens of thousands of these great bows out there to be found and many more that their owners would like to know more about. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
We take the time to make sure that the item you purchased from our auction is packed well. The Cub replaces the Ranger in late 1951. A great find for any collector! By far the most popular and commonly found bow will be a Bear Archery recurve or longbow. The limbs are straight-no twists-no stress lines. The winning bidder is expected to pay.