Posted by SELFBOW19953 (Member # 297) on : Please excuse the sacrilege, but, I really don't like Kodiak bows, they feel clubbish in my hand compared to a Grizzly (and I've got a good sized hand). I have about a dozen Grizzlies and wanting more, hopefully one from each year from Grayling.
I've only got 3 Kodiaks, and at least 1 of them is headed down the road soon, I won't even bid on one.
Maintaining strong support and membership in these organizations is one very good way to keep a solid hold on the good old days.
And while we're into these good old days, how about the vast equipment choices we have today?
It looked to be in excellent condition and came with a quiver and 3 different sets of arrows.
Since we were already somewhat familiar with how well bows have sold from selling them for a client we naturally gravitated to it.From what I have been able to find, most data on dating Bears is geared toward Kodiaks.I know there are some similarities between the two, but not much is out there specifically on the Grizzly.Have you ever seen as many bow makers as those listed throughout the pages of Traditional Bowhunter?All are ready to make a bow to your every wish and desire.