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    The Rytera Bullet X or the Martin Moab, Which would you choose for a new hunting bow, and why??

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    Quote Originally Posted by hevyareo View Post
    The Rytera Bullet X or the Martin Moab, Which would you choose for a new hunting bow, and why??
    I ahve been amartin man since 84
    got a XT to hunt with last yaer and that is one awesome bow for hunting
    i am still a martin man that likes the other M for hunting



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    ooooooo you said the M work smokes. Do not let bunny see this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hevyareo View Post
    The Rytera Bullet X or the Martin Moab, Which would you choose for a new hunting bow, and why??
    I would choose the slayerX or the firecat Prox These are the good old days of archery. Too many great options to choose from!
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    i just picked up a bullet x and to date best bow yet if their in tune its all gravy,cant say enough about it.............
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    I am going to get a Slayer or a Firecat Pro. I have not decided between the two but one of them will be mine before the next hunting season.
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    i shot tons quite a few different bows when i was looking to buy and ended up with a Mathews Drenalin. Buy whatever feels the best in your hand. A pro shop owner from around these parts (he sold PSE) told me that no matter what manufacturer you buy from you will get a quality bow. I personally thought that the XForce pulled back like a broken down Ford but that could have just been me. Good luck in your quest!

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