I recently came across a recurve that seems fairly standard as they come - laminated, one full piece, pretty good all things considered. However, I'm a little curious as to where it came from. It was really an amazing find, I just saw it on the side of a Pennsylvania road, like it has fallen out of somebody's car and had sat there for a few weeks. I dusted it off and's still very nice.
I can only find a few markings as to where it may have come from. The most telltale is a logo just below the riser that reads "Wolverine 'Super 57'". The other is a marker near the logo that reads "WSK/352" then "36#/57955". Just under that is also in sharpie "Barb Wood". After some googling, it appears this bow was made by somebody called Cliff Coe(or Cliff Coe Archery, as in a company?) but that's the extent of the information I was able to get. Anybody here know what this is?
Some Saian mountaineer struts today with my shield. I threw it down by a bush and ran when the fighting got hot. Life seemed somehow more precious. It was a beautiful shield. I know where I can buy another exactly like it, just as round.
That's not meant to be as harsh at it looks :oops:
"Never run when you can walk. Never walk when you can stand. Never stand when you can sit. Never sit when you can lay down. Never lay down when you can sleep. And never pass up a supply of clean water." Capt. Haldane HBO Series; "The Pacific"
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