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Sold off my collection of old and new Bear stuff and bought new Martin stuff.

Two Savannah longbows, two Hunter recurves, and 6 dozen arrows (2 doz ea wood/aluminum/carbon).

Looking at some 3D targets for the yard... think the standing bear and full size bison are just what I need... of course, after seeing Troy, a heavily armed hoplite/lightly armed Hittite would be good too. ;)
 

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Very much!

I tried the Savannah and the Hunter before I bought them.

IMO, both look as good and shoot as well as some much more expensive production and custom bows I've tried over the years.

Both are hard to beat at any price, unless ya just gotta have certain types of woods, glass,and the grip shaped to order, then custom may be the way to go.
 

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DO YOU SHOOT CEDARS? and if so what spine 11/32 50 to 55 or 11/32 55 to 60 or 23/64 60 to 65 just got the bow last night but not sure what arrow will do best my savannah is a 55# bow at 28" i draw at 27 " not sure which to buy please say you shoot cedars and that it's 55# and that you tried them all and found best flight with------? :?
 

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I shoot 'em all.

My bow is 45 lbs, I draw 27 inches.

Aluminum: Easton Legacy 1916s
Carbon: Beeman Classic 500s
Wood: 11/32 at 40-45

All fly straight as arrows. ;)

I shoot fingers (2 under/1 over) w a tab.
 

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Martin Hunter rocks

Martin Hunter rocks

Martin has good customer service.

I only shoot wood arrow with feathers
 
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