Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall

New Bear Montana

Messages posted to thread:
Cobra7 13-Jan-22
grizz 13-Jan-22
Riverwolf 13-Jan-22
longbow1968 13-Jan-22
Treeman 13-Jan-22
bluesman 13-Jan-22
Altitude Sickness 13-Jan-22
TGbow 13-Jan-22
BigB 13-Jan-22
Snowshoe 14-Jan-22
buckeye 14-Jan-22
fdp 14-Jan-22
instarcher 14-Jan-22
Monte 14-Jan-22
Dry Bones 14-Jan-22
Barber 14-Jan-22
Bassmaster 14-Jan-22
From: Cobra7
Date: 13-Jan-22

Cobra7's embedded Photo

Traded my Striker Sport for a Bear Montana. I shoot it much better. First group at 20yards.

From: grizz
Date: 13-Jan-22

grizz's embedded Photo

From: Riverwolf
Date: 13-Jan-22

.Not surprising ;^)) Congratulations !

From: longbow1968
Date: 13-Jan-22

Yes they are sweet. Mine shot well from day one, kind of my go-to bow I suppose.

From: Treeman
Date: 13-Jan-22

It's a nice bow for sure! I just ordered arrows for mine.

From: bluesman
Date: 13-Jan-22

They are a nice shooting bow . Nice shooting

From: Altitude Sickness
Date: 13-Jan-22

No wonder you like it. Nice shooting

From: TGbow
Date: 13-Jan-22

Those are good bows..nice

From: BigB
Date: 13-Jan-22

Best factory longbow made.

From: Snowshoe
Date: 14-Jan-22

Appears you made a good trade:^)

From: buckeye
Date: 14-Jan-22

Nice group!

From: fdp
Date: 14-Jan-22

"Best factory Longbow made"

That would be hard to dispute.

From: instarcher
Date: 14-Jan-22

I really love my Bear Montana too. It just points and shoots so well along with great accuracy. Killed a buck with mine this past fall.

From: Monte
Date: 14-Jan-22

Agree! Very forgiving. Extremely quiet. I have two of them.

From: Dry Bones
Date: 14-Jan-22

REALLY liked the first Montana I had, the second one not so much. There was a few years between the makes and I preferred the grip on the first as it was a bit more full and not as "refined". To agree with you though. They are good shooting bows.


From: Barber
Date: 14-Jan-22

They are great bows ! I have owned a few of them.

From: Bassmaster
Date: 14-Jan-22

Bear bows just keep on ticking. Not much of a problem when you want to sale either.

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