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    Default Anyone use Parker bows?

    Im about to buy my first bow. I found a good deal on a parker bow.
    Cabellas has a Parker Phoenix, and a Parker Pioneer XP (the specs are what I want).
    Parker Phoenix was $619 now its $379.
    Parker Pioneer was $599 now $349.

    Anyone have experience with Parker brand at all? Any experience with those two bows listed?

    I don't need top of the line stuff because im just starting out and $400 is about all I want to spend on a bow.

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    My son shoots a parker and loves it. Good bow for beginners or intermediates, and those appear to be good prices. I would, though, find out how much it will cost for the local pro-shop to set it up to you dl and everything else, sometimes that alone can suck up the savings. It is also good to get in with a good pro shop that is willing to help you out along the way.
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    Default Love my Parker

    Quote Originally Posted by brian View Post
    Im about to buy my first bow. I found a good deal on a parker bow.
    Cabellas has a Parker Phoenix, and a Parker Pioneer XP (the specs are what I want).
    Parker Phoenix was $619 now its $379.
    Parker Pioneer was $599 now $349.

    Anyone have experience with Parker brand at all? Any experience with those two bows listed?

    I don't need top of the line stuff because im just starting out and $400 is about all I want to spend on a bow.

    LOVE my PARKER Phoenix. Quiet, shock free and fast. What more could you want. Unfortunatley, do to shoulder surgery, I am in the market to sell the bow, Cobra sight, quickie quiver and gold tip 5575 camo arrows.Sorry I am keeping my Ultra Rest. The bow is set up with 29" draw with 70ln limbs. $450 TYD Insured. If interested let me know. You can e-mail me at gmace64@hotmail.com. I do accept PayPal, so you can use your credit card, but add $20 to cover the fees.

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    Seems like a good deal!.

    Unfortunately I bought the Parker Pioneer XP yesterday. I think I will be happy with my purchase though.

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    Default Great Bows

    Quote Originally Posted by brian View Post
    Seems like a good deal!.

    Unfortunately I bought the Parker Pioneer XP yesterday. I think I will be happy with my purchase though.


    I am sure you will love it. I do love my Parker. I think I will keep it as a backup. Enjoy

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    Never shot one but am looking forward to trying one soon!!
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