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    Question mongolian bows by Classic bow?

    Just wondering if anyone has any knowledge or experience of the Mongolian bows made by Classic Bow?
    (I think their website is http://www.classic-bow.com)
    They're made in Hungary. They look good and their description sounds good.

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    A quick peruse of the site suggests that they are resellers for other manufacturers. If that is the case then perhaps it would be more appropriate to get a review on that manufacturers gear. If the bow you want is a Toth then get a review on "Toths" if it is a Grozer then get a review on "Grozers".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tristan
    Just wondering if anyone has any knowledge or experience of the Mongolian bows made by Classic Bow?
    (I think their website is http://www.classic-bow.com)
    They're made in Hungary. They look good and their description sounds good.

    Hi There,

    I knowthis Toth Mongol bow.
    This is a good bow, but you can buy it here for cheper price:

    Mongol recurve bow

    Good luck ,-)

    Regards, Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tristan
    Just wondering if anyone has any knowledge or experience of the Mongolian bows made by Classic Bow?
    (I think their website is http://www.classic-bow.com)
    They're made in Hungary. They look good and their description sounds good.

    Hi There,

    I know this Toth Mongol bow.
    This is a good bow, but you can buy it here for cheper price:

    Mongol recurve bow

    Good luck ,-)

    Regards, Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tristan
    Just wondering if anyone has any knowledge or experience of the Mongolian bows made by Classic Bow?
    (I think their website is http://www.classic-bow.com)
    They're made in Hungary. They look good and their description sounds good.

    Hi There,

    I know this Toth Mongol bow.
    This is a good bow, but you can buy it here for cheper price:

    Mongol recurve bow

    Good luck ,-)

    Regards, Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tristan
    Just wondering if anyone has any knowledge or experience of the Mongolian bows made by Classic Bow?
    (I think their website is http://www.classic-bow.com)
    They're made in Hungary. They look good and their description sounds good.

    Wildwood archery is an Australian company which sell Mongolian bows.
    http://www.wildwoodarchery.com.au/mongol_bow.shtml

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