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Barnett Archery "Sioux" (1988) Jennings Unicam  (1987)
Bear Archery "Compound Bow Kit" (1981) Bear Archery (1983)
Bio-Tech single track cam
Jim Cox "Black Ram" (1987)  Browning Archery (1982) with X-Cellerator Cams
Browning Archery (1989)
Vortex X and Ambush X
Martin Cougar Pro Series (1982) features double wheel cable guard.
Martin Cougar Pro Series (red) 1980-81 with stainless arm dual wheeled cable guard with threaded holes in rod to adjust wheels and  choose a 5 pound override This bow also featured  single groove eccentrics.
Golden Eagle (1982) featuring similar cable guard  and custom wood inlays.
Darton Archery (1989)
Delta V  (close up)
shows draw module and string bumper
Bear "Delta V" 
Bear Archery "Delta V" (1981) Martin Archery (1988)
Golden Eagle Archery (1987)
Double Eagle with hand painted animals
Golden Eagle Archery (1983)
"Firebird" with "E cam"
Original prototype Jaguar 
(made in the early 1980's)
Production model version 2
Production model version 3 Jeffery Archery "44 Magnum" (1981)
Jennings "Silverstar" (1980)
featured inlays with etched Turk, Egyptian and English artwork.
Jennings Compound Bow Kit (1989)
Martin Onza 1980's-1990's
Shown above is a special edition
gold plated model.
Martin Pack Rat take-down compound
Pearson Archery
"Mach 1" (1981)
adjustable in 1/2" draw
lengths ad 5 lb weight

Pearson Archery
4 wheel model
40% let off

Proline Archery (1987)
Medallion Series with hand painted animals
PSE Archery  "Excalibur" (1982)
TSS Quadraflex (1989) Hoyt Archery (1985)
"Rambo" compound
York Archery (1983)
"CNC-1" with "Alpha cam"
early CNC riser compound
York Archery (1985)
PSE Archery (1986)
Jet-Flite and Jet-Flite Express
Golden Eagle
"Hunter Turbo" (1989)
Martin Archery (1983)
Jaguar, Cougar Magnum, Cougar II,
Warthog B, Cougar Magnum with cams,
Bobcat with cams.
PSE Mach II  (1983)
with photo of Pete Shepley
Rare prototype cam in string design
This bow was made using a 
Howatt Mamba recurve 
Cam is built in to bowstring. Makes
an interesting design but not one that 
works. The cam hits the limb when shot.
This bow also features a cable guard with
a roller and slide.
(designer unknown)
Hoyt Archery  "Contender", Button Buck" and "Stag" (1984)
Crazy bow. Built just for fun. Made almost impossible to shoot.
 The sight window is a standard
right hand design but the grip is upside down. One limb and cable is white, the other is black. One limb has an eccentric wheel the other has a cam. 
(Martin Archery 1985)
Prototype cam  test  bow. (1986)
Design includes round roller wheels
on each limb with the cams in brackets on the riser. 
(Howatt Archery, Martin Archery) 
Darton Archery (1986)
wood riser side track cams
Jeffery Archery (1983)
Pearson Archery  (1982)
Shadow and Equalizer
Bear Whitetail Hunter
featured 3 weight adjustment system
Bear Archery  (1984)
Super Brown Bear, Brown Bear
and Pronghorn Hunter
Bear Archery  (1984)
Tamerlane and Super Kodiak
with BioTec single track cams
Stemmler Archery  (1982)
Centaur  (40" axle to axle)