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    Cool Martin warthog magnum

    I have a beautiful wooden compound bow, around 20 years old, it says Martin Warthog magnum - CLWL 61508-7.
    Can somebody tell me more about that bow?
    that would be great
    MM

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    Default Wooden Warthog

    If you go to Archey Talk and look in the history section, year 1980-1989 there some pictures. I have one too, with burlinga wood and it still shoots great. Oldwood

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    Question martin warthog magnum

    I have a warthog, I bought it new when they first came out. It has been under the bed in a hard case for about 105 years, since I had to quit hunting. It is top of the line, burlinga wood and all that sort of thing. I have no idea of the value of this bow, my son's are no longer into hunting and so I don't have a source to hand it down to. Is there a market for these bows in mint condition?

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    donmo2
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    Red face oops

    make that 15 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by donmo2 View Post
    make that 15 years
    I thought you were just joking, but I did get a chuckle out of the "105 years" comment.
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    Same here.

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    That would be a great bow.

    Wow, a Compoundbow older than the patent for it.
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