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The 2-piece riser is made of brown and black Hard-Rock Maple featuring limbs overlaid with clear maple, backed and faced with high strength black fiberglass.The tips are handcrafted and layered with black and white fiberglass.Few bows of any kind reward the hunter with such a classic combination of feel, power, and sheer shooting authority.The 3-piece riser is constructed from black phenolic with a brown (Bolivian Rosewood) accent stripe and capped with Bolivian Rosewood.It would have been considered an "entry level" bow by the cam style.I would contact Bear directly with the serial number to verify. If you don't mind, let us know what you find out.The limb cores are made with maple laminate and overlaid with high strength black fiberglass.Tips are handcrafted and layered with white fiberglass then the bow is polished to a high gloss finish.
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Based on the dating procedures listed below we determined that this was a Fred Bear Kodiak Recurve bow from 1965 in excellent condition. After we got the bow to our store we noticed that inside the big quiver was a smaller single quiver.
Based on a light embossed marking on this smaller, leather quiver that we pulled out we were able to date it to the late 1940's.
1967 marked the end of one era and the beginning of a new one at Bear Archery: after 17 years of production, the Super Kodiak replaced the very popular Kodiak line of bows.
Fred Bear himself used this model bow for many years, on quests for African lion, cape buffalo, Alaskan polar bear, and the British Columbian grizzly bear.