The bow does not have any sight holes, the limbs are straight, there are no cracks.
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The bow does have a few very minor marks from normal wear. Very nice condition string straight and shoots. I cleaned the bow and removed the arrow rest so it will need a new one. Comes with quiver, arrows and sight. Over all condition is really good some ligh This is a beautiful bow!!
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Look at that woodgrain!! Strings up straight and shoots good. She has some small scratch She has couple tiny scratc Pre owned grizzly recurved Bear Bow. Early 70's risers, used more "natural" colored woods. Sorry, can't help ya with the serial 's, never followed them that closely.
It is a Kodiak Hunter. Join Date Mar Location buffalo, newyork Posts Bear recurve age This site has all the info you need to date your bow. Optics and Electronics Want to buy or trade? Sights, scopes, stabilizers and dampeners Want to buy or trade?
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Strings, cams, modules and limbs Want to buy or trade? Treestands, Blind, and Accessories Want to buy or trade? Items Only Want to buy or trade? Nels started his own bow making business.
However, his private venture lasted only two years before he took a job as a model maker for an appliance manufacturer. Not all Bear bows made in these early years were made by Nels. There were dozens of other bowyers who made Bear wooden bows, mostly the lower line lemonwood models such as the Ranger.
These bows were simply marked "Bear Archery" in a written form. Upon Nels departure, Fred moved another employee by the name of Bob Meeker over to supervise the manufacturing of the new bow lines. Even though bows were then largely the result of machine work, Bob came to be considered a fine bowyer in his own right.
The Polar and Kodiak were introduced in the following year, Finally, in August the Bear Take-Down recurve went into production, appearing for the first time in the catalog. Unfortunately, the TD did not sell well and the line was discontinued after just 2 years.
Fred was an avid hunter and promoter. Bear was hands on with design, development and manufacturing processes at his company. Archery equipment was carefully examined and tested by men who had expertise in bow making, and many years of experience in the industry. Skilled workmanship, top quality material and precision machines resulted in a high demand for these well-crafted bows.
Fred Bear sold the company to Victor Comptometer in , but remained president. From to today, Bear has changed ownership a half-dozen times.