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Find Year Of Fred Bear Bow By Serial Numbers



Date your Bear bow by serial number if it was made between 1965 and 1969. Serial numbers were placed on the limbs of most Bear bows, along with the weight and length of the bow. The first number stood for the year of manufacturing. So, a "5" at the beginning meant it was made in 1965, a "6" was made in 1966, a "7" in 1967, an "8" in 1968 and "9" at the beginning meant it was made in 1969.




Find Year Of Fred Bear Bow By Serial Numbers


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Every manufacturer has its unique way of identifying the age of their bows. Some have used serial numbers since their first production. Meanwhile, some are difficult to guess because of the rapid marking changes over the years. Unfortunately, Bear Archery is one of them.


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