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That's a nice-looking old Hi-Speed. Too bad they drilled it for that sight. Usually the holes don't affect it any except from an aesthetic standpoint. I believe they started making Hi-Speeds in the early '60's. If the limbs are straight and in decent shape, I'd say that bow is probably worth the $150 asking price.
 

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I called the seller and he stated there is no string with it. I think I should string it before purchase, right?
now to try to find a string around here with out having to order it like I normally have too.
 

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If I were a southpaw I'd buy it at that price. Had a similar one, heckuva a shooter.

Can't say I've ever seen a curved-stripe lefty before.
 

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creeper, what is the brand name on that sight? thanks.
Think it's a Nottingham (Rugged Hunter???). cost $5.00 in 1970 half the price of a Merril at the time. The one I had came with 3 pins and plates on the ends so you could tape it on or remove the plates and use screws.

How can I remember that when I can't keep the grand kids names straight?
 
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