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Anyone on here use a recurve or longbow?  I have a compound, but have been shooting my Dad's old recurve.  Probably 50 years old, Browning.

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I have a custom Black Widow, take down, re-curve. Haven't shot it much but I intend to, to get ready for a fall deer hunt.

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I had a Bear Kodiak, 45#. Like an idiot I sold it for $25 which is what I paid for it. Same bow is now over $400!

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5 hours ago, skeet3t said:

I had a Bear Kodiak, 45#. Like an idiot I sold it for $25 which is what I paid for it. Same bow is now over $400!

I had one of those too.

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I just got new arrows with feather fetching and some kudu point broadleaf.  I have somewhat bought in to the Ed Ashby single bevel heavy tip broadleaf.  I am only going up to 150 grains.

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I have an older Herter's 47# recurve still in good shape bought it in the mid 70's. Doesn't get out of the case much but still like to pull it on occasion.

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My first was a cheap PSE Sable TD recurve 45#..... I had a sweet older Pearson (can't remember the model name) 50# glass backed, 42" ...surprisingly smoother than the Bear Super Magnum 50# 46"

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