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Hunter's Niche[R] unveils new Predator[TM] recurve.

The Predator Hunter is a new recurve designed by Hunter's Niche master bowyer Ron Pittsley. The three-piece takedown is made with the same quality workmanship as the company's Custom Classic, and you don't have to wait as long to get one in your hands as you do with a lot of other traditional bows. Measuring 60 inches, it has a solid African Bubinga riser, black glass limbs, and a low shelf. Draw weight is 45 to 70 pounds at 28 inches, brace height is 71/4 to 73/4, inches, and its string material is Flemish weave D97. Contact: The Hunter's Niche, PO Box 142, Dept. BHM, East Tawas, MI 48730; (989) 984-0838; www. huntersniche.com.

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Title Annotation:What's New
Publication:Bowhunter
Date:Oct 1, 2006
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