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    Just a few pics of my 1976 Martin Dynabo. Picked it up as a collector item rather than a shooter. Needs a new string but is in otherwise pretty good condition.
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    And a few more pics of the bow that I couldn't fit into the opening post...
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    Thats pretty cool,nice to see some them old martin bows.

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    That's a nice Bow. I wish i had that one.

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    Wow! now thats a wild looking cam! Very good looking bow, riser reminds me of some of the Hatfield Takedowns, wood laminates limbs, Great old Cheetah ! Thanks for sharing. Heck of a 1st post! Welcome to the site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Wow! now thats a wild looking cam! Very good looking bow, riser reminds me of some of the Hatfield Takedowns, wood laminates limbs, Great old Cougar ! Thanks for sharing. Heck of a 1st post! Welcome to the site.
    Thanks elkslayer.. Looking forward to contributing to the forum when I can

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    that is one wild and crazy sweet bow.

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    Nice innovation way back when. Gotta admit looks like a cool bow.


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