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New Post 3/20/2012 5:34 PM
  elwaynumber7
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Tech info on High Country Bow 

Hi, Rick here;just signed up.I have some Tech questions on a bow I just won on gunbroker; It's a HIGHCOUNTRY MACHINED SUPREME PART#0074584 it's 41/1/2 inches from axle to axle.It's camode in realtree.What did these bows retail for,and what years were they produced.It cleaned up very nice,but draw weight set very high, hard to draw back.Would appreciate info on this bow.Thanks RICK.

 
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New Post 3/20/2012 8:51 PM
  host
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Re: Tech info on High Country Bow 

I don't know the specifics of that High Country bow, but I have owned a High Country Bow enjoyed it very much.  I would recommend that you take the bow to a archery pro shop and have the bow checked out.  Check to make sure the bow is set for your draw length and perhaps reduce the draw weight.  Most archery pro shops are very helpful and will be able to provide you some great information and support.

Good luck with your new bow.

 
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