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    Default How do you properly measure strings for a Browning Cobra?

    I have a Browning Cobra Recurve bow my father gave to me. It still has the original strings on it. He bought it years ago while he was a instructor in the U.S Navy over in Great Lakes. He took it out to hunt camp several times but never took a critter with it, just a lot of empty beer cans. My interest was peeked again when I received a catalog from 3 rivers archery on Trad bows and accessories. I did call 3 river but the order department had no clue as to measure for some Flemish strings. The Bow techs will be back Monday. I figured that I would post here before I made an order. I would like to get the bow shooting again, It's in great shape. I would like to shoot Trad too.
    It's a browning Cobra bow. My father bought it around 1972. It has the serial number on the side plus 50#, 50" a.mo.

    What string length do I order?. Everyone keeps telling me to make sure it's Flemish.
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