Dating damon howatt bows
This bow's short 58" length stores a great amount of energy quickly, and is especially suited for archers with draw lengths up to 28".Manoeuvrable and lightweight, this bow is as easy to carry as it is to look at!Attention if you have renewed your paid membership on the site but it has not taken effect within 24 hours please send the tech account a private message here to get your account corrected and for further instruction.There is a connectivity error with Paypal and the site Thank you from the management I just bought a Diamond Razor Edge (by Bowtech).
My friend asked me some of these questions and got me thinking about it. I'm certainly no Larry Hatfield, but I'll offer my input: "I know they where bought by Martin Archery and use the same plant to build bows" - Martin bought the Damon Howatt Archery Manufacturing Company from Bob Paisley in 1976. "When did they start making bows" - Damon began making bows in 1938, and built his first shop in 1944. Shot my first couple of bow kill deer with this bow so It's a bit special. I'll post pictures as soon as I figure out how to do it, but for now I'll describe the markings to see if it rings a bell with anyone.
I am thrilled by its compact size (31" length) and power. Draw length is between 19 and 29", and the draw weight is between 29 and 60 lbs!
I also want to use it to explore ideas I have about a non-permanent modification so it shoots steel balls instead of arrows, making it the ultimate power slingshot.
Perfect for the archer with a longer than average draw length, the 62" Hunter will perform well for draw lengths up to 30".
It's longer length adds stability and accuracy, providing control to it's impressive cast and speed.