Bob Lee Bows
1483 Hwy 175 West, Jacksonville, TX 75766
Monday thru Friday, 8 to 4 CST
We do offer a payout plan for our Stock Bows (the ones that are prebuilt and ready-to-ship). This is a great option for shoppers who fall in love with a Stock Bow and want to secure it before it gets away. With a 10% downpayment, you will be able to split the remaining cost among 6 monthly payments. Each month, you will receive an invoice via email reminding you of your payment due. It is important to note that if the payments are not received in a timely fashion, or if you choose to cancel the purchase, your downpayment is nonrefundable. On each Stock Bow product page, you will see this clickable option. If you choose it, the deposit will be calculated for you in the Cart, along with the remaining balance to be split among 6 payments. To shop our Stock Bows, CLICK HERE. We also offer a short payout on our Custom Bows – with 50% down and the balance due in approximately 3 months.
We accept all major credit cards – VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express – plus PayPal, certified money orders, cashier’s checks and E-Check (secure payment directly from your bank account).
Obviously, we have a great appreciation for the sentimental value of a Wing bow. Bob’s personal collection is is proudly displayed in the lobby of our Jacksonville facility. However, we can be of little help in determining the build date. The records for those bows have long since vanished, and the numbering system changed several times during Wing Archery’s duration. Occasionally, the serial number will reflect a “reverse” month and year that the bow was built. But more often, the numbers were randomized and lend very little information as to the born-on date of the bow.
This is another vague area. As with any “collectible”, a Wing bow is worth precisely the amount of money a buyer will pay and a seller will accept. Obviously, cosmetics and shootability factor into the amount, but we rarely offer an opinion. While there are a few models that are considered “rare”, the majority of the Wing collectibles we see today are still available in great volume.
That is correct. Bob introduced the first detachable limb bow in 1961 with the Presentation II model, an overnight success, and a forerunner to the takedown bows on the market today.
Typically, a drop down of 15 to 25 percent poundage will be comfortable.
Yes, we do offer refinishing. Call us to discuss options and to let us know when you will be shipping your bow.
Yes. You would need to ship the sight to us so that we can install inserts on your bow. We would also have to add a release loop to the string.
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