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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-30-2008, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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yeah it confused me too after the fist time I looked at it & the shop owner told me it was made by Hoyt. I went on Hoyts website & couldn't find my bow. I was thinking this guy is trying to sell me an old bow as a new one.
I called him up & asked him how new it was & why I couldn't find it on their site He then explained the situation with them & found their site & researched them But did I really feel stupid trying to call him out on it
oh well I told him I haven't bow hunted since 1992
I think he should have known better LOL
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post #12 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-13-2008, 05:25 AM Thread Starter
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Well I picked up the new Bow Sat. & I just cant put it down.
I can not believe how great this thing shoots Quiet, Fast, Accurate & Light
I think I may have worn out the string already
I am truely impressed with this bow
I may have to buy stock in reflex like bruce
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SSSHHHHhhhhh !!! If it gets out how good the Reflex bows are
that Mathews company will buy them all so they can have good bows too...

"Now that's funny right there I don't care who ya are" LOL

All kidding aside, gfdeputy2, I'm glad you like your Reflex Bow.
Your comfort and satisfaction with the new bow will make you a more confident shooter,
confident shooters are always more accurate shooters.. Good Luck

Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch.
Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the outcome of the vote.
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post #14 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-13-2008, 11:48 AM Thread Starter
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OK Bruce I will keep my excitement on the down low but wait If I but the stock then what do I do catch 22 Oh well I guess I will leave the stock to the pro's & just enjoy my bow quietly
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Bruce, I'm sure Mathews could afford to purchase Reflex as their stock prices are probably fairly inexpensive, being a small company of/like Hoyt.
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Oh My you guy's are tough on each other w/ the bows
good thing I didn't mention I am a Ruger fan oops
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did someone mention RUGER??? My Is my Favorite rifle.

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I have a single-six Ruger! It was my first handgun I purchased in 1971. Fast drew on many bottles along Lake Erie.
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Yeah I used to work there & as they are local I try to support them. just picked up the LCP .380 sweet gun my fav. is my all weather .270 ulralite older style w/ the wood inserts & blued action as far as I know there are less then a handful of them out there as the all weather is not available w/ the blued action had it built for me when I worked there
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