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I would like to see some pictures of your bow that U hunt with .here is mine and I 'm a firm believer in the old saying ".KEEP IT SIMPLE "

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Heres mine Bear grizzly 45 lb

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That's wicked , I think that's a beauty I never used the recurve I have a friend who has 1 and said I could have it but it's left hand . No good to me .I would like to try it

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My new Pearson STEALTH

Aline Quiver and Stabilizer
Bicuit
Cobra sights
Scott release
easton Carbo Excel arrows

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R C that's a mean looking machine .

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Thanks for the compliments on the bow. That was my first attempt at backing a bow with snakskin. I was super pleased with the results. Whats that lefthand bow your friends trying to unload. I have two lefthanded kids that shoot recurves.

RC that Alpine quiver sure fits on that bow perfectly. Talk about a bow set up that knows its boundries! Im betting that thing is very user friendly in regards to clearance in the stand. Nice rig!

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I 'm not sure what kind of LH bow it was when he tol me it was LH i wasn't too interested in it

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Thanks guys.

Pearson just sent it to me a few weeks ago and I got tired of the noisy Kwikee quiver and went shoping for the best quiver I could find.

The Alpine is quiet as it is mounted in rubber grips. It slides up and down so fittng my bow is easy.

Holds arrows really tight yet allows them to come out in a flash!

The bow is maxed at 65 pounds and my arrows are 26" and I am shooting around 290 fps.

The Stealth has ZERO kick or vibration. Smoothest bow I have ever shot!

Ultra accurate also.

I shot Mathews for 12 years but Pearson won me over!

That snake skin backing job on the recurve is PHENOMINAL!

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Hey ya think Pearson will send me one too? Think

I'll try and get a pic of my old clunker in a bit.

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Here's my setup:
Browning Heat
Trophy Ridge Sight
Biscut
Cobra Release
Easton 2413 Alum. w/ 100gr Thunder Heads
X-Ring Stabilizer
Kwikee Quiver ( which I never shoot with on)

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Redrider,,, Is that what they call the boss heat ? .My son has a boss heat .He started hunting rabbits with it last winter and got about 15 with it .

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