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January 28, 2008

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Looks like an old Bear bow to me.

Jim

The Rambo II bow was a Hoyt, There was quite a bit of advertising about it at the time.

But the bow with Stallone in this picture looks like a different riser.
http://www.archeryhistory.com/compounds/80.htm
If the link works the ad is about halfway down.

http://www.archery-interchange.com/forum/compound-bow-discussion-q/12549-rambos-compound-4.html

Here's another link if it doesn't link you might have to copy and paste.

It's an archery blog site that states that Stallone used a couple of different bows.
The original was the Hoyt mentioned above,
A Gamemaster, And a Matrix.
The current film is a Hoyt Provantage.

Supposedly from someone from Hoyt....

Yeah, I remember the old Hoyt Rambo. Pretty wild that he's still using that old icon. Check out the tear drops....too funny!

Looks like it's enhanced with HGH! - Oh, sorry, that's his gun!

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