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    an older friend of mine showed me his bow today. He's wondering what it's value is, thinking of selling it. Shakespeare Wonderbow, beautiful old bow. One-piece recurve, 68", marked 35+, almost spotless, pretty wood & white limbs, help me know what to tell him it's worth? it is straight, decent...
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    Check this out... Sent from my LG-D959 using Tapatalk
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    It looks like it should work based on the couple photos I have. I don't know the difference between it and the equalizer or spoiler. I searched the forum here and couldn't find anything, I know its annoying with people asking the same questions over and over when a simple search answers it...
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    Hi all- I just got a beautiful Shakespeare Super Necedah and am wondering how I can find out the age of the bow (serial #s maybe?) I believe they were manufactured from 68-7? I think. I've got so say- I've got a couple takedowns and this bow is super, super smooth and intuitive to shoot- much...
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    Picked up this old classic bow yesterday for $75... Its in decent shape. Very minor stress cracks in the glass and a few scuffs. Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk
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    I am trying to accumulate serial number for the most popular Shakespeare Bows, The Sierra, The Yukon, and the Necedah. When Shakespeare shut it's door in 1976 the company began to destroy information. It wasn't intentional but over the years all the information about the archery branch of the...
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    I just bought a X-12 Wambaw model in good condition except for a hole drilled in the riser - one right through the medallion! Argh! Anyone have an extra that they'd be willing to part with or know where I can get one? Thanks.
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    Hi I have been trying everything I know to get Shakespeare catalogs from 1963-65. No luck!!! I have huge information gap 1963-65 and was wondering if I can start a thread to ask for help with bows of these years. my private email - [email protected] --and my blog address---...
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    I just listed my QT on Ebay. Here is the link
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    How do you compare one riser to another and what is riser length? I am posting this as a new thread and on Broadside's (Bryan's) recent thread to pass around a Shakespeare 17" riser. I will post it on the original thread also. Question 1- What criteria determines how one riser outperforms or is...
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    I think so much of this 17" riser that I can't keep it to myself any longer. This beats the other 17" risers I have shot. I would like to pass it around to any of the regulars here on TT who would like to try it. I will ship it to the first one who reply's to this thread that they wish to...
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    Hey everyone, I picked up a Shakespeare Wonderbow at a swap meet last weekend for $30 and someone stopped me and gave me a little info about it, so now I'm really intrigued. It says it's a 69" Shakespeare Wonderbow Model X 15 45#+(it could be 19 or 16 cause there's a enough of the number missing...
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    I am negotiating for an early Shakespeare Wonderbow KAIBAB, Mdl X-27 , 50# 56" Ser # L9186ER. This Bow is in Great Shape. Any Dating Info.? Ideas on how much to offer?
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    I'm new to traditional archery and I don't want to spend to much on my first bow because I plan on upping the draw weight when I can. I'm looking at a reasonably priced Shakespeare Recurve. Anybody have any bad experiences with them? Are they decent for starting. The most I'll be doing with it...
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