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Old 12-29-2005, 01:39 PM
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allen bow, anyone know how to date or where to find more info on these? jim
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Old 12-29-2005, 01:55 PM
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You should be able to find all the info here.

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Old 12-29-2005, 08:13 PM
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Ditto on archeryhistory.com.

I've got two of them in my museum and each is slightly different. I actually shot one of them several years ago, but since have backed both down, like the others and just let customers viewall the relics. I've got some old magazine information on the company, but not much else.

Some of the others I've got are a Graham Dynabow, Darton Stinger, old Indians, and about 40 others. It's fun to see the expression on customers' faces when they compare these old bows to the new ones.
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I had an Allen "Rod limb Hunter" and it had sorta half round/half flat limbs on it. It also had hardware that looked like it was made by kids in shop class with a hammer and vise Pretty crude looking and was pretty slow and noisy as well.

I'm sure there were guys anxiously waiting for their new bow order to come in back then too so they could be the guy with the latest and greatest bow on the market
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sounds like the one i had, have worked on a few over the years but had one in the shop this week and didn't remember guitar keys on the cable anchors. thanks jim
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