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Ben pearson 709 hunter 58" recurve huntin bow

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Item Classifieds' started by JungleBoy, Sep 26, 2010.

  1. JungleBoy

    JungleBoy Woodburn OR Member

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    JungleBoy Woodburn OR Member

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    Bump price drop
     
  3. JungleBoy

    JungleBoy Woodburn OR Member

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    Bump
     
  4. Spec.-K

    Spec.-K Longview, WA Active Member

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    Length of pull...?
    Poundage...?
     
  5. JungleBoy

    JungleBoy Woodburn OR Member

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    I found this on google.

    Ben Pearson Hunter 709, a 58-inch recurve, with a 45-pound draw weight at 28 inches.
     
  6. gun runner

    gun runner Estacada Member

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    There is no length of pull on a recurve. Only on compound bows 58 would be the length of the string.
     
  7. jlittlewolf

    jlittlewolf Eugene Member

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    Not to snub but the length of pull on recurves and longbows are determined by the length of the bow... If you draw past their 90 degree angle of the limb and string bad things can happen...
     
  8. gun runner

    gun runner Estacada Member

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    For general purpose there is no length of pull. Your personal length of pull would normally be different then with a recurve. But a 58" bow is not that long but will accommodate a shooter with a personal length of pull for a recurve of at least 31"
    Above: that is Maximum lenght of pull and where bad things happen. Some one with a short 26" to a longer 31" can shoot the same bow.
     
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    jlittlewolf Eugene Member

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    That is the thing... For general purpose most people do not know there can be a a max range they should stick to for a good shooting recurve/longbow and that length can make the difference of feel... Just wanting people to be careful so they dont overdraw a bow and have a limb snap or a string come off or deal with stacking and finger pinch trying to make one fit their draw.
     
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    JungleBoy Woodburn OR Member

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    bump
     
  11. marksbriar

    marksbriar nc New Member

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    Is bow still for sale