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Bear Kodiak

buckisland1950

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Aug 15, 2007
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Savannah, GA
I really like the Bear metal take apart risered bows. I have an A, a B and a C riser with assorted limbs. The little Kodiak Super Magnum is another of my favorites, I just can't shoot it too well as I have a 29 inch draw and they stack so bad. The Kodiak Mags in lighter weights work well for me, have several old models in the 40 weight ranges and a new Ladies version in a 25 lb weight. Just plain fun to shoot.
 

coogzilla

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May 3, 2008
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So Cal USA
Kodiak Mag with Kodiak to show scale



A neat little bow.

Coogs

Don't get into archery. You'll start collecting these things. You might
even get to the point where you let a arrow loose and hit what your
aiming at. Then it's done, your hooked. Lifetime. 8)
 

coogzilla

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May 3, 2008
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So Cal USA
There both 52". There still hard to shoot straight. If ya get used
to one, a 60" is like driving a Caddilac. I never shot a 48" before.
Bear used to made a counterweight that screwd on the front. One
of them has the threds for it. I was thinking about making one. They
look like plain old 3/8" threads.

Coogs
 

buckisland1950

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Aug 15, 2007
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Savannah, GA
Bows?

Definitely do not get into shooting recurves as it is adictive. These are only the ones that I don't take down to store.



A few more on the other wall....



I love the short bows but you really have to hunt to find one in the lighter weights so that at a 29 inch draw you have something you can manage.....
 

buckisland1950

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Aug 15, 2007
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Savannah, GA
Also got some Hoyts, Black widows, a Browning, Had to have an Allen compound, Dynabow and a few others. Only one long bow which I competed in 3D's with for several years. Target shooting I relied on my Hoyt takedowns.