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Old 11-17-2008, 09:35 PM
hunt2dayfish2morrow hunt2dayfish2morrow is offline
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Which ever bow you get, have it checked out by a pro shop. Have it fitted to your draw length and weight. If your not sure that you want to bow hunt this could be an inexpensive way to get started. If you decided you like it than you can go all out and buy the biggest and baddest bow that you can afford. GOOD LUCK AND GOOD HUNTING!!!!!
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Old 11-18-2008, 02:35 AM
cronarct cronarct is offline
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i have a fred bear and i love it... i have it set to 63lb pull with 29" draw... just right for me... but deffiantly get it checked out before shooting it esecially since they are so cheap/free... u dont want to go pull one back and have a limb snap and come back in snap u in the face, or a string break and slice u open... so be carefull get the pull and draw set for you first thing before even sighting it in... and then have fun
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