I am considering buying a new compound in the Spring. I am presently shooting an older Whitetail II by Bear. It has served me well, I have been successful at hunting whitetails and on th 3-D tournaments.
However, I think it is time to move up. I have been looking at Martins, the Jaguar boasts 305 fps at a very affordable price, but, a local archery dealer told me that they have a magnesium riser and shouldn't be exposed to really hot or cold temperatures. I live in Nova Scotia, Canada and our bow season runs from the end of September until the second week of December. -20 degree temps are not uncommon in December.
I would like to hear from anyone who shoots a Martin, especially a Jaguar. I would also like to hear reccommendations on a new bow from experienced archers. Thank You
[ This Message was edited by: ladderstand on 2003-10-06 17:26 ]
[ This Message was edited by: ladderstand on 2003-10-06 17:27 ]