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While at the Buck Hollow Pre-Spring Arrow Fling shoot last weekend, my wife said she needed to buy an old recurve so she could shoot their vintage bows only shoot in July. While explaining  to her we might be hard pressed to find a decent one in her weight range, a club member walked in with this bow. He had got it for his wife, but she wasn't shooting it. That was a bit of luck! 66 inch and 32@28. Her Bob Lee is 68 inch 32@28. She shot it yesterday and she really likes it. There's nothing on the bow that says who made it, but I think it might be  a Ben Pearson Cougar. Instead of being marked as 66 inch, it says 5' 6". 

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eddie c
Careful, she might not pick up the Bob Lee again.😁
Jackson, TN
Charter Member Traditional Archery Society
Public Land Hunter
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James Calamaris
Yep, it has Ben Pearson looking markings for sure. Looks good.
Jim Calamaris 

Club Member Traditional Archery Society

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nice bow, the main thing is always that she likes or loves it. My wife has laid claim to the 30# Bandito that I had recently acquired which is fine with me. I was out yesterday chasing a tennis ball with my Kodiak when she came and joined me with her bow. Keeping the wife happy is a big thing for sure. Well done Sir
"But a man drew his bow without taking special aim and struck the king of Israel through the joints of his armor." 1 Kings 22:34
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Got some more info. It's more likely an early Javelina, not a Cougar.
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