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Author Topic: Current Production Bear Super Kodiak vs Kodiak Hunter Limbs?  (Read 137 times)

Offline Eecho

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Current Production Bear Super Kodiak vs Kodiak Hunter Limbs?
« on: August 15, 2022, 09:56:27 AM »
I'm looking to add a current production Bear to my modest bow collection and was wondering if there is a difference in the working limb length between a SK and KH. They are both 60" bows but the SK appears to have a longer riser? Thanks!

Online Captain*Kirk

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Re: Current Production Bear Super Kodiak vs Kodiak Hunter Limbs?
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2022, 09:45:12 PM »
They are very different bows. I have the Kodiak Hunter and K-Mag which use the same riser, just a difference in limb length (60" vs 52") with maybe a 3-4" sight window, whereas the Super K has riser caps with a much longer sight window more in line with a Tamerlane (which I also have a few of)...large enough for a Bear hunting sight to be added on some of the original models. The Super K was, and is, available with a 64" option from 1967-1970, (Grayling bows) and 2011 and up (Gainesville bows)
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