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    7.5 hyper flex limbs carbon . 62 inch 32# bow ,19 incn riser ,rosewood riser . $1100 pictures on request
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    1. Has anyone done this? Is it worth considering, or just get a Dryad 15" riser? a) ILF might effectively "relax" the limb pad angle; is this OK? 2. Mock ILF. Alternatively, I'm thinking of routing slots in the limb butts: from the bolt hole to the end of the limb butt. Then limbs...
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    BORDER COVERT HUNTER , Hyper flex 7.5 limbs , 32#@28 $1100
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    What year did the Hunter become FF safe? Thank you
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    Hey guys, I’m new to the bow world. I was recently given an old browning folder hunter 2. I can’t seem to find much information on it, year, price... hopefully you can help me out. Thanks in advance!
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    Is there one similar in size and performance? Is there one?
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    Hey everyone, I was recently gift a Bear Kodiak Hunter that I am pretty sure is from 1970 or so. serial # KT.... AMO 60" 40x# I think brass medallion. My draw is about 26 in. I am looking for advice. I don't think it's been strung for probably 10+ years, but it did see some good use in it's...
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    I am reluctantly putting my Covert hunter up for sale. It is a right hand 62" with 19" riser. Limbs are mint medium Hex7 H, 45# @ 28". The riser doesn't have a mark on it. It is a exceptional piece of Indian rosewood paired with the schedua accent and quiver inserts next to the limb pockets. The...
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    I am looking to buy a pair of Border Covert Hunter, Hex 7.5, 8 or 9, long limbs, 35 to 40 lbs at 29 inches. Thanks. Russ
  10. Warfin' Wall
    Good evening! I have a question. I have my first compound bow which was a Hoyt Spectra Lite Hunter. Since the limb surface in the pocket is not flat I would assume it’s not a candidate for a WARF bow. Would this be correct?
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