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Thread: Is this bow a Martin .. Prototype maybe?

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    Riverfisher
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    Default Is this bow a Martin .. Prototype maybe?

    Thanks for any info, I just aquired this today.









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    xxx
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    Can you post any pictures of limb stickers or cards you might have gotten with it?

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    riverfisher
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    Thank you, the only markings on the bow are the numbers on each limb shown in the last picture. This came from the estate of a man who purchased quite a few prototype sporting goods, lures, turkey calls etc. etc. he was collector.

    The bow doesn't look like it ever had a sticker, I don't see any signs of one being on it. Someone referred me here (to Martin), they felt that it may be a prototype Jaguar ??

    Any ideas on that serial number?

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    I'm going to direct somebody to you who likely will be able to help you out next week. Or, at least maybe get an answer. I've asked a few people to look at the pictures. The riser is interesting, and the elliptical wheels were used on a variety of generations and years of bows.
    Last edited by selil; 07-21-2007 at 11:19 PM.

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    riverfisher
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    Thank you, I will keep checking back.

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    I think this bow has been narrowed down to an early Bowman.

    Edit: Confirmed - Stewart Bowman made - 30 years old.

    Thanks for your help, if you woulod like to remove the thread please feel free to do so.
    Last edited by riverfisher; 07-23-2007 at 02:00 PM.

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