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    http://www.google.com/imgres?q=dukes...9,r:2,s:0,i:80

    Guess we know whats the bow of the dukes was. Found the image on Martins FB page.
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    O(ne thing about martin re-using names over and over,its easy to figure out what bow company it is.

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    He needs to work on his form and grip a bit...

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    I think he could point it in a safe direction, it would be better for the camera man. Yes I agree with spiker he it all wrong and needs to work on form.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    I think he could point it in a safe direction, it would be better for the camera man. Yes I agree with spiker he it all wrong and needs to work on form.





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    too bad theyre just actors huh, let me hold this bow and look awesome for hollywood, i drive a muscle car and the south will rise again. waaaahhhhhh!!!!! pretty sweet huh. at least its a martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by dzsmith View Post
    too bad theyre just actors huh, let me hold this bow and look awesome for hollywood, i drive a muscle car and the south will rise again. waaaahhhhhh!!!!! pretty sweet huh. at least its a martin
    You wouldn't want all his headaches. Besides he can't go hunting as easy as you can.







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    I always wanted to strap dynamite on my arrows. I love them old shows!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmwr View Post
    I always wanted to strap dynamite on my arrows. I love them old shows!!
    Heck ya! I used to fling M80's out my sling shot when I was a kid, that was a blast

    On a note in concert with the thread though, from the way I understood it Martin used to supply archery stuff quite often for tv/movie use. I'm from eastern Oregon just south of Walla Walla, and the grandmother of one of my best friends growing up worked and retired from Martin in Walla Walla building arrows for them. I didn't realize that Martin supplied the Dukes' bows, but I did know that she helped assemble their arrows. I guess it would make sense that they supplied the bows as well
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