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Tom M

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Just got my new 3R catalog and looking at the Tomahawk bows. Some beauties there. Wondering if anyone here has one or shot a Tomahawk in the past especially the SS series? Interested in your thoughts on bows.
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Wondering that myself

The Old Mountain Mesa bow got raving review on the Trad Lab

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Old Mountain Mesa is made in China. The Tomahawk bows are made by Jim Belcher.,
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I have a 30yr commemorative Tomahawk SS .  The quality of its construction is excellent, the design of the handle fits my hand very well, and no complaints from others I’ve let shoot it.  There is no hand shock as would be expected with a bow of this design and it is reasonably quiet.  It is dead in the hand, basically a very well designed and constructed bow with no noticeable bad aspects.  Good bow.
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I shot a few of them about 6 years ago. They were ok, but didn't justify the price to me. Too many bows out there that can be had for less money and better shooting. Just my take on them though.
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I stopped in 3rivers a couple of years ago and purchased a SS supreme. Great bow shoots hard and fast. No troubles with it. I am selling it because I have went down in draw weight.
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I have a 30th anniversary SS Diamond, 64"/58#... [thumb] Beautiful bow, very fast and accurate. Absolutely zero complaints here.
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Got a Tomahawk SS from Jacques in a trade two years ago.  Thought it was well made, stable and easy to shoot.  Wasn't really shooting R/D bows at the time so I traded it in early 2019.  Probably would have kept it if it were 2 inches longer.  Pictures of the bow at the bottom of these threads on TAS.  Top one is mine, bottom one is Jacques post.

https://forum.traditionalarcherysociety.com/post/tomahawk-ss-original-series-gone-10043509?pid=1308325152


https://forum.traditionalarcherysociety.com/post/clovis-6-9908632?highlight=tomahawk&pid=1306324359



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Tom M

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i still on a quest. One draw back to the Tomahawk is the lengths availabl. I want a 68” bow. I think the longest I can get is 66”. 
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i didn't think they drew smooth at all. grip was ok, better choices out there IMHO
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