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Can you post pics of the bow here? Make the most of all that comes and the least of all that goes! We are like women hearing about babies. We need measurements model serial so you can date them pics if you can.
Our humble beginnings date back to when our Grandfather Clarence Love turned his passion for archery and the building of bows into a full time. included people like Fred Bear, Earl & Ann Hoyt, Ben Pearson, and many more.
Our humble beginnings date back to when our Grandfather Clarence Love turned his passion for archery and the building of bows into a full time business. The original office and work space for Fleetwood Archery was the kitchen of their small home in Denver, Colorado. Clarence was soon joined by our Grandmother Irma and, together, they grew the business quickly with many new ideas and products that were not available at the time.
Soon they moved out of the kitchen and into a small warehouse and were not only building longbows and recurves but were fletching arrows, manufacturing quivers, armguards, gloves, tabs, fletching tools and even broadheads. Clarence and Irma were also competitive archers and would travel all over selling their goods as well as shooting with many of the elite archers of the time. Clarence and Irma were an important part of helping to start the Vegas Archery tournament, which is still considered among the biggest tournaments to this day.
Their business grew and they had the opportunity to sell. In Fleetwood Archery was sold to Outers corp. With the help of their son, Don Love, they started a new retail store in Denver. Insert Denver Archery and due to their long tenure in the archery community they had plenty of insights as to what was missing in the retail world. Denver Archery grew and soon became Western Archery. Western Archery was a retail and wholesale company providing equipment and service to the entire Rocky Mountain region.
He was a very shrewd business man and was always alert for opportunities to grow the business. One such opportunity came in the form of his oldest son Stan, who had just graduated from college.
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VINTAGE 60″ BEN PEARSON FIBREGLASS BOWS X 4 Fibreglass bows these were bought at auction and I know nothing about them. Have a close look.
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The first arrow heads were found in Africa and date back to about 25, BC. Earl Hoyt and Ben Pearson developed affordable, high-quality bow hunting.
The archery season is well underway now and will run through Jan. During the entire archery season hunters can harvest either sex. But I am saying that the modern archery equipment is so precision tuned that it can substitute or make up for lack of hunter skills. Archery hunting is one of the oldest techniques for harvesting game.
Stone arrowheads were found in Africa that date to 50, BC and may indicate that Africa was the birthplace of the bow and arrow. When explorers reached America the American Indians were already masters of the long bow. The long bow was the primary instrument for taking wild game during that period. Archery as a sport did not arrive in the United States until the late s and it was not until around that Ben Pearson was credited with beginning the mass production of archery equipment.
In its hay day, the Pearson company employed over people. Ben Pearson died in but you can still purchase archery equipment from Ben Pearson Archery now located in Brewton, Alabama where 26 people are making a new line of Pearson archery equipment. My first bow was made by Pearson. Archery equipment continues to evolve and it has seen many improvements and changes over the last fifty years.
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Currently have more than vintage recurve bows for sale, many makes and models, both RH and LH. Hundreds of old archery catalogs and magazines to peruse. Org and TraditionalArchery. Net has officially launched, although a couple of pages are still under construction. Check it out. Org ; TraditionalArchery.
In , Ben Pearson began making recurve bows in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Despite diversification that eventually brought as many as 1, employees, the.
Ben Pearson Bow. I have had an old recurve bow for probably 30 or so years now, it is marked “Ben Pearson Collegian ” Also has on it the following info: AMO,” 40 ” USA What arrow length and type should I get to practice with and any idea how old this thing would be? Originally Posted by backyard. That is possible best to go into a shop throw an arrow in a bow and pull it back then measure it then you know for sure Sent from my SM-GW8 using Tapatalk.
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Discussion in ‘ Equipment Reviews ‘ started by Sticknstringarchery , Mar 28, I know the bow I am reviewing is a target bow and all but, I will also reviewing the new Atlas later. I was introduced to Pearson back a couple of years ago when the Tetrick Family bought and moved the company to Monroe NC. I have worked in the industry for a target manufacturer for a couple of years and have been shooting for a little over five years.
The Cyber Camp of Traditional Bowhunters. Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Home Help Login Register. We went to the Pope and Young clubs 50th anniversary yesterday and while we were in Rochester we stopped at the Footed Shaft, my first time there, a very cool place. I purchased a Ben Pearson Hunter and am interested in what year it was made. It’s serial number is AE I’m thinking about , if anyone knows for sure please let me know.
I think they went to four digit ‘s in the 70’s? Blackhawk Trad Bowhunter Posts: At one time I had a zebrawood Hunter with green glass I had dated to My guess is your bow is from that era. Thanks for the link, there is no arrow on the opposite side. It must be from then.