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Toelke Super Static

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Bowmanmatt 11-Jan-19
KDdog 11-Jan-19
KDdog 11-Jan-19
nineworlds9 11-Jan-19
oldgoat 12-Jan-19
Biathlonman 12-Jan-19
Bowmanmatt 12-Jan-19
Biathlonman 12-Jan-19
kginrick 12-Jan-19
bowhunt 12-Jan-19
KDdog 12-Jan-19
Beendare 13-Jan-19
KDdog 13-Jan-19
Mike Burch 13-Jan-19
bowcrazy 13-Jan-19
bowcrazy 13-Jan-19
PistolPete 18-Jan-19
From: Bowmanmatt
Date: 11-Jan-19




Who owns a Toelke Super Static?

From: KDdog
Date: 11-Jan-19

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Love mine, you wouldn't be disappointed . Quick, smooth, zero hand shock. Dan and Jared are great to deal with. I think it only took a few months to get mine made. One of my favorite recurves.

From: KDdog
Date: 11-Jan-19




Btw, there's one at RMSG

From: nineworlds9
Date: 11-Jan-19




They are top of the heap, as are all Toelke bows, Ive owned multiples of all the models except the newest Whistler. I like the 60" Chinook better though, unless you draw over 30".

From: oldgoat
Date: 12-Jan-19




I agree with Chuck, Super Static is a sweet bow, but the Chinook is an amazing bow!

From: Biathlonman
Date: 12-Jan-19




I had one for a while. Unless your draw is pushing 30" or more I greatly preferred the chinook.

From: Bowmanmatt
Date: 12-Jan-19




Why do y’all prefer the chinook?

From: Biathlonman
Date: 12-Jan-19




Just as smooth, faster and quieter. The super static was my least favoite bow in the line.

From: kginrick
Date: 12-Jan-19




Because the chinook is the best recurve made in my opinion . And it seems that others agree , the caribow tutku is right up there also

From: bowhunt
Date: 12-Jan-19




Had 3 Chinooks and 1 S.Static and 1 Troll.My Chinooks were 60 inches.I did prefer my Chinooks over the Super Static.I liked the Troll more as well.

I thought I would love the Super Static based on its length.I expected it to shoot something like a Chinook would if it was 64 inches.The SS was okay for me.Nothing mind blowing.

Thats just my experience.Your mileage may vary

From: KDdog
Date: 12-Jan-19




Dang, I need to try a chinook. I just liked that the SS was 64"

From: Beendare
Date: 13-Jan-19




I had a super Static for awhile...and I would disagree with the "No hand shock" comment.

It was fast...just not that pleasant to shoot compared to my heavier riser recurves.

From: KDdog
Date: 13-Jan-19




I guess everyone grips a bow differently. I have zero issues with hand shock on my SS . I think it's a great bow, but it's also the only Toelke I've ever tried.

From: Mike Burch
Date: 13-Jan-19




Never owned a SS, but it goes to show ya how different everyone is. All ya hear is how great the Chinooks are compared to other 50s style recurves...and some say it like it’s a fact! Lol...so I decided to buy a couple to try out. They are very nicely built bows and very quiet, but I like the GN Super Ghost, a PSR, along with a Kota Killum a ton more. I’m not sure if it was the standard grips, which I thought felt really nice, or the two I had being 58”, but neither shot for me...like said, everyone is different. Now, I have a desire to try a 60” Chinook , with the classic grip just to see.

Matt, if ya can find a used SS at a decent price, give it a go brother, that way you know for sure. If it doesnt work out, you can sell without losing much money, if any at all. If I lose a little, I consider it a rental fee.

From: bowcrazy
Date: 13-Jan-19




I had a toelke ss as well. Much prefer the whip pika and lynx. If you can find a Dale Dye Big Medicine now that is one nice bow. I have one that is 58 at 29. Very well mannered bow with a larger heavy riser. I think mine weighs over 3 pounds.Cocobola and medicine wood limbs.

From: bowcrazy
Date: 13-Jan-19




I had a toelke ss as well. Much prefer the whip pika and lynx. If you can find a Dale Dye Big Medicine now that is one nice bow. I have one that is 58 at 29. Very well mannered bow with a larger heavy riser. I think mine weighs over 3 pounds.Cocobola and medicine wood limbs.

From: PistolPete
Date: 18-Jan-19




Never shot a SS, but the Chinook is great. Then, if you can find one, there’s the Curlew - Chinook limbs but a 3 piece takedown. I might even know where you can find a deal on a used one. PM for info.

Pete





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