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    Posted 11 years ago

    hallsfinds
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    Dont know much about it. Know it was made by Fasco and they sold to Seattle Archery in the 1960's. It is a recurve bow. Possible ivory inlays. Any info about company or bow would be great. You can email us at lisahall47933@yahoo.com

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    1. thetoolguy60 thetoolguy60, 11 years ago
      I have collected many recurves over the years, but unfamiliar with "FASCO". I can tell you that the 69" is the length of the bow/string, and the 37# @ 28" means that when the bow is draw back to 28" you are pulling 37# of pull weight. The standard measurement for measuring draw weight is 28". The limbs are more than likely a white fiberglass laminate and not ivory.

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