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    Since I get aroud a bit despite my limited transportation would anybody be interested in reading a review of Indiana, & Kentucky Shops & ranges of all types, big & small that I visit?
    Yamaha EX Coumpound, 50#@28", Toxonics sights.
    Bear-BlackBear Compound, 35#@28".
    Martin 35#@28" Recurve.
    AMF- WingArchery Slimline RedWing Pro 45#@28"
    Easton 1816 Lite, 100 gr Fieldpoints.

    Chance favors the prepared mind-Tsun Tsu.

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    I would love to read it. Don't think I would be going all the way to Kentucky but you never know. I would like to make it to Chris's shop over in Illinois sometime. What was that address Chris I will map it out and check the mileage. Maybe Fury and some of the guys can meet me somewhere and we can carpool over.


    "HONDA"

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    FUN!
    That would be a nice day out.

    I've been thinking of buying a PSE Firestorm Lite.

    Anybody have any thoughts?
    Yamaha EX Coumpound, 50#@28", Toxonics sights.
    Bear-BlackBear Compound, 35#@28".
    Martin 35#@28" Recurve.
    AMF- WingArchery Slimline RedWing Pro 45#@28"
    Easton 1816 Lite, 100 gr Fieldpoints.

    Chance favors the prepared mind-Tsun Tsu.

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    PSE Firestorm light.....LOUD, LOUD, LOUD....also being 30" its not a very easy to master bow....although the brace height is pretty genourus.....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    I've shot the PSE Firestorm Lite quite alot and I prefer the single cam. It just seems to have a much better feel to it, also, if you ever have shoulder problems, you'll love the single cam.
    Even tho it has a good brace height, your form needs to be tight because of the A to A. As far as the "noise", I shot it in a confined space and didn't notice anything out of the ordinary, just find a good stabilizer.
    Keith
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