bow preference?

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  1. Batman74

    Batman74 Moderator Moderator

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    Coyote??? Look more like carp to me....;)
     
  2. rouser1

    rouser1 Senior Refuge Member

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    Ole Mossy...

    Did you get the cam and a half? or the Ram Cam? Just curious, I have been looking at them a little.

    I shoot a Hoyt Vortec currently.
     
  3. goose em

    goose em Senior Refuge Member

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    I shoot an Alpine Sidewinder and I love it. It is the second Alpine I have had and I dont think I will shoot anything else.
     
  4. ButchA

    ButchA Elite Refuge Member

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    Wow... a bowhunting forum! This is cool! :cool:

    My bow is an "eBay special". It's a lefty version PSE Edge 1000C from around 1996. I picked it up for $70 bucks (winning auction) about 3 years ago.

    Once I got it, I took it up to Green Top Sporting Goods (here in Richmond, VA) and they had to get it all setup for me. They thoroughly checked it over and told me it is still true and square in alignment, but needs "everything", as the eBay seller stripped it down to upgrade another PSE bow. It's got 65# draw weight, 65% let-off, and a 30" draw.

    I had to dump over $100 bucks into getting the bow outfitted, as you can guess. The eBay seller said the auction was for a lefty PSE bow. So, yeah, when the big box arrived, all I got was A bow... :rolleyes: (No sights, no rest, no quiver, no release, no ...anything!) :(

    Now I have a TM Hunter lefty rest, PSE 3 pin sights (20,30,40 yds), Tru-fire magnum release, PSE quiver, and a bunch of Easton XX75's, #2315 shooting 125gr field tips and 125gr Thunderheads.

    I have a photo of my old bow, and will find it and post it up.

    Butch
     
  5. SPED

    SPED Senior Refuge Member

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    I shoot traditional mainly. Black Widow MAII 57#@62". I have a few other recurves, but the Widow is what I usually shoot. I also own a couple of compounds but they are rarely used.
     
  6. mallard masher

    mallard masher Senior Refuge Member

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    MATHEWS SOLO CAM ALL THE WAY!!!!!! JUST GOT THE NEW OUTBACK AND MAN WHAT A BOW. COME ON OCTOBER!!!!!!! :tu
     
  7. SuperNova

    SuperNova Elite Refuge Member

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    Here's an easy question. Bowtech all the way;)
     
  8. SHOOTumINtheLIPS15

    SHOOTumINtheLIPS15 Elite Refuge Member

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    i shoot a new 2004 hoyt ultra mag....with the nap quicktune 3000 trophy ridge sites....limb saver two peace quiver...sweet bow i love it
     
  9. misfire

    misfire Senior Refuge Member

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    Hey Shooteminthesmaker,

    Does that quiver fit the triangular holes in the Hoyt riser? I need a new quiver for my bow and haven't looked at the limb saver brand. Do they make a 4 arrow quiver? Thanks!
     
  10. Batman74

    Batman74 Moderator Moderator

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    Was checking out the Parker site this evening and they have more stuff than I thought. Go check it out for yourselves at www.parkerbows.com

    I was impressed with the Phoenix bows.
     

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