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    • LimbLover
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      Does anyone know how to convert an old Bear compound riser to an ILF compatible takedown?

      If so, I’ve got an old Bear Whitetail Hunter that would be perfect for this as it is shaped like an old recurve.

      I’ve heard of people that machine the mounts for the conversion but I don’t know who they are.

    • Robin ConradsRobin Conrads
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      You might check with Morrison Archery, Belcher Bows or Zipper Bows. They run an ad for ILF bows and limbs. Maybe one of them would have some ideas for you. Let me know if you need contact info but there is an ad in the magazine with all three companies listed.

    • Hiram
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      I “Warf” Bows for people all over the world. Australia, Finland, Ireland, and well over a hundred for people here in the states. My phone number is 363-479-6277. I also convert to DAS connection.

    • bruc
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      What does “warf a bow” mean. I’m Curious?

      Bruce

    • Hiram
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      BRUC wrote: What does “warf a bow” mean. I’m Curious?

      Bruce

      That is the name of Bob Gordons Boxer. He started “warfing” in the early 80″s. I wrote an article for the Australian based E magazine in the JAN/FEB issue which gives the history.:)

    • bruc
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      Hiram do you have a contract with this E magazine or do you pay them:wink:
      Bruce

    • Hiram
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      Since I write for them, they pay me!:)

    • Hiram
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      A “Warf Bow” is really just an old compound Bow riser converted to except ILF limbs.

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