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None of us could ever thank enough the early pioneers of the sport that through their tireless efforts put bowhunting on the calendar for all of us to enjoy.
Although with the relentless anti-hunters' threat, there is no doubt that bowhunting would cease to exist without the constant efforts of organizations like The Professional Bowhunters Society, The Pope and Young Club, The Wildlife Legislative Fund, The National Rifle Association and many other national and state organizations.
The bow will have handpicked Tiger Myrtle limbs and a riser made with beautiful Ziricote. We are truly blessed to be able to do what we love every day and we could not have done it without our traditional family and friends that have chosen Black Widow as their bow of choice.
Thanks to everyone who has helped Black Widow in achieving this goal.
All are ready to make a bow to your every wish and desire.
Since we have the opportunity to sell a lot of different items through our e Bay Drop Off Store, certain things start to stick out that seem to sell extremely well.
One item that sticks out are the vintage BEAR Recurve Bows.
Posted by Novaln1975 (Member # 4273) on : There is a 59 Grizzly coming my way. I am shur that this thread is going to interest many collectors and probably contribute to the recent hype on these bows... -Simon Posted by seboomook (Member # 18601) on : I like 'em too,up until '64, but my '68 56 inch was my first trad bow and my son shoots it now. The Kodiaks, I've read that the '69 with black glass and black limb tips is rare, beats me.
It will be my first Griz and I too would like to know more on these bows. I've learned quite a bit from Wade and Bjorn in a recent thread. The Magnum has black tips with black over white on the riser, the Hunter has white tips with white over black on the riser. Posted by reddogge (Member # 17294) on : My first real recurve (discounting a horendous green solid fiberglass bow) was a Grizzly I bought new in 1967 or 1968. I have one now, a '66 Grizzly, pretty bow and good shooter.
Im totally amazed at how good everything has become for all of us traditional bowhunters.