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love it!

groundhog wrote:

Rytera Alien X 

5 pin Spothogg

Trophy Taker full containment rest

Easton Flat line arrows 360gr

Old school string silencers

G5 broadheads & Rage 3 Blade

308fps

And quit as a whisper!

 

 

 

Love your bow set up!

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Nice looking moose picture

Nice looking moose picture groundhog

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You can sink some money into

You can sink some money into a top in bow. I just wonder when it will level out. They cant keep going up every year.

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I think bow prices will

I think bow prices will contiune to rise.  I know alot of people that buy a new bow every year and as long as that trend contiunes I believe they will keep trying to make them better which in turn is gonna cost us more.

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top end bows

GooseHunter Jr wrote:

I think bow prices will contiune to rise.  I know alot of people that buy a new bow every year and as long as that trend contiunes I believe they will keep trying to make them better which in turn is gonna cost us more.

 

 I agree, Me personaly I'm happy with my entry level bow with the few upgrades i did to it, it shoots great and has good groups. I just cant justify buying a new top end bow every year.

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Bows are like pickup trucks.

Bows are like pickup trucks. Each year they make a new bell and whistle and jack up the price tag, pay the people on tv who hunt a ranch, kill a nice 7x7 to hold the bow next to the animal and say if it was not for this bow.... I would not have killed this 7x7

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yup

fire5179 wrote:

Bows are like pickup trucks. Each year they make a new bell and whistle and jack up the price tag, pay the people on tv who hunt a ranch, kill a nice 7x7 to hold the bow next to the animal and say if it was not for this bow.... I would not have killed this 7x7

Amen!!!!

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I got my bow back from the

I got my bow back from the shop and will post a pic of it when I get home from work.

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What kinda rig you shooting?

I shoot a Matthews "Q2" I bought about 10 years ago set at around 62lbs. I use a prong style Matthews rest, a 3 pin fiber optic Cobra sight, aluminum arrows w/muzzy heads, and wear a hip quiver as well. I only hunt, no 3-D or any of that, so it suits me fine and am very happy with it.

Take care.

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