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Order by:. Available to:. Free Shipping. AK Pin Alaska Bowhunters with beautiful kodiak bear lapel scarf jacket hat pin. Thank you. Business Hours: am to pm MST. In original box, NO returns on installed or electrical parts unless defective. All rights reserved. Solid brass belt buckle withKodiak bear. Bighorn sheep, moose featured in scroll decorated frame with"Alaska- the great state" across the lower edge. Posted with. It re 9T AMO 60" 43 and does include the Arrow Quiver as pictured. I believe that it is missing a round emblem or badge on the side and other than a few minor scratches from use.
This bow is in nice condition. The quiver does show some rust on the inside, but other than that is in nice condition also. Please me with any specific questions. Has a Bear medallion on one side. The images are of the actual items listed. See pictures for condition. Please magnify the pictures and review them carefully before bidding. A great find for any collector! This item is old so normal wear is expected. All items are'as is' per the description.
You should expect some wear or minor imperfections. Please bid with confidence and contact me with any questions that you may have. See our other items and combine shipping. I look I ship fast; it will ship next business after payment has cleared. Please wait for a revised invoice before paying for multiple purchases. No international shipments. I only accept Pay Pal. Payment is expected within 2 days of the auction close time. If payment is not received. The item will be relisted. We take buyer feedback Dating a bear kodiak recurve bow seriously. Please before posting feedback if you have any concerns regarding your purchase.
We list lots of items weekly. And occasionally make a mistake. Please allow Dating a bear kodiak recurve bow to 24 hours for a response, as our weekends are spent searching for unique and beautiful items to post for your review. You are bidding on a used. The patent date on the bow shows Grayling Michigan While not a show piece, It's not in bad shape for its age. This bow is still in Great functioning shape. The limbs are sound.
Many years of life left in this bow. The tips are in good condition. A must have for the serious collector. Do the research as see for yourself. No string but they are easily purchased through such vendors as Cabela's. This early Bear Kodiak features a raised medallion or coin. Cosmetically, the bow has no stress, no holes, no twists and exhibits only very minor scuffs on limbs where a Converta style quiver was attached. This will make a great Bear Archery collectible due to condition and a nice medium weight hunting bow if you choose.
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List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. Up for auction I have this vintage s or s recurve bow. I found this bow and the other two I have up for auction at a local estate. I am not an expert by no means and only know what I do know about these from researching online. So please ask questions if you have any. It has some sticky black stuff on the handle see pics I think this will clean up with the right cleaner. It has minimal scratches from use here and there on the bow. It's not perfect. So please know that.
There are two holes on the handle by the bear emblem see pic I will ship Dating a bear kodiak recurve bow as you see it in the pictures, I haven't a clue on how to take the string off. I'm selling this as is. Pat 2, From looking at pictures of other bows, I believe this Be sure to check out the other bows I currently have up for auction!
Shipping is free in the US! This is a 5 day auction! Thanks for looking! Dimensions Approximately Chips, and discoloration present. Notes Bare bow only. Actual Weight Approximately 1. Shipping costs are calculated using dimensional weight. Local pick-up is also available. All items are USED unless otherwise noted. We describe our items to the best of our ability. As I found it. The bear emblem on this one is chipped. Please anytime. You can bid with confidence as I am very trustworthy and take great pride in my eBay presence!
Monday- Friday. Thank you for looking at my listing I think it's but that may be the patent register year. Not sure but its nice. Made in Grayling. Michigan inthis bow has walnut risers with dark green laminate and ivory colored fiberglass tips. This is a 60" right hand bow with 44 pound draw. Bow is in very good condition with only light surface scratches. Be sure to ask questions early. As I am not always available for last minute questions!
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Buyer is responsible for any customs or import fees levied by their country. All comments. Click and to view my feedback. Here's your chance lefties! From the Grayling factory years. A smooth shooter indeed.
She is tuned and ready to fire when strung up. Serial is 5L Not responsible for uninsured items. Sorry US bidders only. Good luck bidding! This is a vintage Bear Kodiak Hunter recurve bow made between and and it is in excellent condition. There are a few very Dating a bear kodiak recurve bow scratches. The coin is flush brass and there is a factory installed threaded accessory mount. The limbs are straight and the tips are good. A string is not included.Dating a bear kodiak recurve bow
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