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    I bought a takedown model Martin recurve. The riser is metal with a picture of a bobcat or maybe a lynx? It came with two sets of limbs 60# and 80#. The 60# limbs have LR 7237 and the 80# limbs have LR 2354 written on them. Anyone have a clue?

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    Take a look at the actual Martin Jaguar Recurve bow? May this be yours?
    (2) Hoyt PCEXL

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    That sounds like the right riser, but the Jaguar is not advertised with either 60 or 80 Lb. limbs.

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    I've got an Old Martin Lynx take down, it uses the same riser as the old Lynx compound bow which happens to have been my first bow. I really like the Lynx take down recurve, mine has 65lb limbs but measures 74lbs at 28" on a bow scale. I'd love to find some 80lb limbs for it.

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    Martin lynx probably. Post an image.

    The only other Martin I've owned was a Lynx takedown. Mine had the larger cut out riser, my brothers had an older riser with much less cut out, purchased at the same time. I wasn't happy and didn't own it long. The have a real cult following these days.

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