I'm really sorry that I didn't see your message earlier today. Usually I get a pop up notifying me of a PM...didn't see it this time. I was under the impression that Hunt4Jesus was going to sell you his recurve?
If that has fallen through, all I possibly have is a Stalker bow in the Coyote model. It's my son's who lives in Tupelo but he has no plans to use it. I bought it off ebay for $750 four years ago and he used it on one elk hunt. I think he would take $375 for it and it has a newer string and a bow quiver. From memory its 58" long (would be ideal for a 28" draw or less) and has about a 55 pound draw at 28"...its a little stout. This bow has the static recurve limbs and you can go to the Stalker custom bow website for more info on the bow. They are high end bow that will cost around $1000 new. This one looks brand new.
I don't know anyone that has a Bear. Might find one on Ebay
If you want to know more about the Stalker, let me know. Where are you located?
Hey, Mark: Thanks for the reply about the outboard. $900 is more than I have to spend right now, looking for something under $700. It's not a matter of value, it's an issue of cash in hand. If you still have the motor after a couple of my items sell I'll let you know. See you at the shoots soon. Tal Mc
Not sticking my nose in anything. Just offering advice from experience. The laws have changed regarding non-profit organizations since the last MBA. All non-profits must register with the Secretary of State. This law was passed by the legislature a year or two ago to create a database for residents to search whether an organization they were considering donating to was in fact a non-profit and had at least been vetted by the State. There are some financial penalties for not registering.