Here's something fun to talk about. Older compound bows that are still relevant to use or hold a special place in your bow collection. Usually when classic archery equipment is discussed, it's traditional bows that come to mind but I was wondering about compounds. It's highly dependent upon opinion given how fast they evolve. My bow is older, but I don't consider it to be a classic. What old bow, if you saw it in a pawn shop, would tempt you and why. Did it have a special design that you liked that has gone away? Was it your first bow? Was it a model that seemingly everyone had back in the day? For me, I would be tempted to grab a Jennings Buckmaster. I just like the looks of the split limbs that have a recurve bend to them. Last year at a 3d shoot, I got grouped with a guy using an old Browning wheel compound. He shot aluminum arrows with fingers off a flipper rest. I thought it was a pretty cool setup. I wish I had gotten the model of his bow.