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    I have a Red Wing Pro Slim Line Recurve, 58", 50# @ 28". I am the 2nd owner. This bow is MINT. The number on it is SLR 3-4275. I am sure it is an early to mid 1970's bow. The sight was installed at the factory. There is no hazing in the limbs. The finish on the riser and the limbs are...
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    Hello I recently bought a auction storage unit. Among the contents were these Two recurve Bows. Wing Archery Slim Line Master 66" 25# SLM-1324 & Slim Line Competition 70" 33# SLC-263. I have found similar bows but I can't find these two. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Also what there...
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    Hi. I have been offered a wing slim line Master for $135. Comes with f ront and rear stabalizers, soft case plus extras. Everything is in excelent condition. The owner knows very little about archery and I know very little about the bow. on another site I was told to go for it. Does...
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    Hi Everyone I recently bought this Wing Slim Line Competiton II from a friend's estate. I want to bring it back to the condition of its "glory days," and have some questions. (The historian in me wants to make it "period" but also I want to use it!) I will be drawing it 30". When was this...
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    Hi all Am looking at getting one of the Spigarelli ZT arrow rests- slim vs regular - do any of you have preferences for one over the other? If you hate the rest which one do you prefer? Currently I'm still at the Hoyt super rest /Bear weather rest level which I really like because they...
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    I'm trying to fix up the first recurve bow I owned to hand down to my daughter. Does any one know if the limbs and risers from a "Wing Archery Slim line Competition" and an "AMF Wing Archery Slim Line Competiton II" are interchangeable?? Thanks.
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    If I remember right: when you double the outside diameter of a pipe the lateral stiffness increases for 8 times. There seems to be a tendency to provide heavier carbon shafts. Easton's slim line seems to be intended to get heavier arrows with similar outside diameter (maybe related to...
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