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    Default Take down recurve recommendations

    Any suggestions for a take down? I'm looking for one easy to store. I'm not going to hunt with it I just really enjoy shooting hay bales. I don't want to spend a ton, just a little fun in the off season. Thanks

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    Samick sages are a good value takedown. I like my bear custom kodiak but they are a little pricey.

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    I own a Great Plains, Rio Bravo take down recurve and I couldn't be happier with it.

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    Are you left handed? If so, I have one with four sets of limbs that I would make you a really good deal on. It's a Bighorn recurve.

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    No I'm right handed. Thanks for the recommendations I will check them out.

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    Bear 76er standard or heavy if you want to hunt someday.
    Now left only to be a turd in the forrest and the circle will be complete.Use me as I have used you

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    I have a Samick Sage and second Troy's suggestion on it. It shoots really well and looks like a far better bow than the sticker would make you think. It's fascinating that they haven't went up in price at all, really, since I bought mine five years ago, which hasn't mirrored what's been true for archery gear as a whole. My advice would be a Sage, and purchased from 3 Rivers Archery. They have really, really fast shipping and great service. I bought mine because I wanted to try a take-down without dropping a ton, to see if I would like it. I'm happy enough that I haven't felt the need to look for anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amigo Will View Post
    Bear 76er standard or heavy if you want to hunt someday.
    I've got a 76er I got off ebay, great takedowns wish they still made them. The minutemen too.

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