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    info on this type of bow

    So a friend gave me a bow,

    I dont know much about it anyone got any insight?


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    With its length and that long counter-balance it is probably a target bow of some sort.

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    The extra arms off the riser (not the limbs) makes it look like the Oneida design but with fewer cables. Definitely a target-style stabilizer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camo tung View Post
    The extra arms off the riser (not the limbs) makes it look like the Oneida design but with fewer cables. Definitely a target-style stabilizer.
    That was my first guess Oneida. Possibly early model. It's definitely setup for target / competition. That stabilizer is not tree stand friendly

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    Reminds me of the old Bear Archery "Whitetail Hunter"-reduced-vintage-bear-whitetail-hunter-bow-45-marion-americanlisted_29157089.jpg
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    The old owner never used it.
    He bought it off a guy that said he had it built custom and there are no timelines on when it was built.

    I can't seem to find replacement cables to set it up.
    I have several strings though.


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    Looks to be 1980s vintage or so. Definitely a target bow with that stabilizer.
    I'd rather make a difference than a dollar.

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