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|06-02-2014 07:16 AM|
|Hunting Man||I agree go used for first bow as you will get more for your money. Check your state laws regarding minimum draw weight for hunting. Have a pro shop set it up for you.|
|06-02-2014 06:00 AM|
there is nothing wrong with getting a used bow too but I would get it through a local pro shop not online so you can see it in person & see if you like the feel of it before you buy it |
just upgraded my daughter to the Hoyt Ruckus got it used (barly) great bow & only paid $100
|06-01-2014 08:57 PM|
So, im only 10 and getting a real hunting bow at that age is really hard.... But ive been looking at the diamond infinity edge, the draw weight goes from 5-70 lbs, so ill be able to use it for anything. But, its 350$ (with tax). Anyone know any good cheap bows? I've been saving up for 9 months (ever since last august), and I only have 250$. I really want to have it by next deer season. So, as I said, anyone know any good, high quality bows I will be able to grow into? Or should I keep saving and possibly miss the season?