I found someone selling one on craigslist for what seems to be a good price. I'm going to take a look at it tomorrow. Are there any problems they've had with these bows that I should be on the lookout for?
I ended up not taking the Reflex. The seller told me it was a 60-70 pound draw weight, but he had turned it down to 50. It's been a long time since I shot a compound, but my research led me to believe that can lead to weaking of the limbs so I passed. I'd like to find a bow that's 50-60 pounds, but would settle for 60-70 with a 29-inch draw. I'm hoping to make my purchase within the next month so I can be ready to bowhunt next season.
Find a local bowshop. I bet you will be able to find a bow there that fits your needs. Helps to have a knowledgable person fit one for you. My bow shop has lots of used and new bows so I'd find one near you and check them out.
My Highlander is for sale if you are interested....it has an adjustable draw lenght from 27-30 and is a 60-70 pound bow. I do have another guy interested but he has not confirmed that he is sendinf payment.
There is a listing in the archery classified. if you do not find what you want here look at ArcheryTalk.com's clasified they have alot of good deals. I bought my Katera there and could not be more pleased...saved alot of money too.
Hunting is not usually a pursuit where instant gratification abounds. It takes a lot of time, practice, resources and patience to be a successful hunter. So when someone decides that an area they hunted only once without taking an animal is worthless and devoid of game, I don't quite understand it. These people usually jump from game management unit to game management unit; trying a new one every year.
Now don't get me wrong, there are people that just enjoy scouting and hunting...