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Re: 59'ers

Postby Jett » Wed Apr 29, 2009 12:45 am

FD - Haven't heard of anyone doing a replica, don't know why either, it's hands down the best performer of the vintage Kodiaks. Never could figure out why they moved the limb geometry after producing such a winner. My buddy's been wanting to copy one, but I don't know where he's at on the project (huntin' right now & I ain't even left the house for two weeks other than to see the doc). He was going to do a '65 but I was talking him into the '64 - I'll get him to shoot mine & get him pumped to do it.
"Plungers are for toilets." - Hank
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Re: 59'ers

Postby kbel5 » Wed Apr 29, 2009 12:02 pm

FD
Cover the shipping and I will send you a 1956 or 7
(can never get them straight) 64" 50# Kodiak Special to try out.
I don't care for the longer ones, 60" and 62" for me.
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Re: 59'ers

Postby Jett » Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:50 pm

Ooopps! I thought FD was talking years not length. I have a couple 64"ers. I like 'em.
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