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    Default Hunting Bow pics

    Ok now we should all have our bows finished for season so lets see some pics. I just love to see different combinations of bows and accessories. And may I say GOOD LUCK to you all this season.

    I'll start things off with my baby.
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    Hey Hoosier,

    Hope you are up to date with your shots, because you might need your tetanus shot after taking your “baby” of that rusty pipe.

    But there again, I can't think of a better place for a Mathews to hang.
    Last edited by Jay Are; 09-06-2006 at 02:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Are View Post
    Hey Hoosier,

    Hope you are up to date with your shots, because you might need your tetanus shot after taking your “baby” of that rusty pipe.

    But there again, I can't think of a better place for a Mathews to hang.


    no seriously... what is your hunting bow hanging behind the MAthews? Is it like one of those cool RealTree ad's where they go "here it is!"? I've looked all over that picture and have yet to find a hunting bow

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    Do I hear a hint of jealousy from you poor poor hoyt and bowtech shooters???? Sorry fella's after shooting those wanna be bows for so long you must be all torn up seeing a real hunting machine.


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    No jealousy here BowhuntnHoosier. That Mathews is a fine shootin' machine man. Nice pic too.

    Here is a pic of my 2006 Bowtech Tribute. I use it for Spots, 3-D and hunting Whitetails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    Do I hear a hint of jealousy from you poor poor hoyt and bowtech shooters???? Sorry fella's after shooting those wanna be bows for so long you must be all torn up seeing a real hunting machine.
    a spear is a real hunting machine too... doesn't mean I'd wanna go hunting with one! Make sure you have your Video camera along for that hunt... I've never seen an arrow bounce OFF a deer before

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    Now thats what I'm talking about Rebel Thats one sweet looking shooter. If it had not been for the XT I would be the owner of a Tribute. It was a very nice shooting bow.

    Now see there guys thats what this thread was intended for showing us your hunting bows. Unless your ashamed of them or something Jay Are and Dredly?????????????


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    Quote Originally Posted by YankeeRebel View Post
    No jealousy here BowhuntnHoosier. That Mathews is a fine shootin' machine man. Nice pic too.

    Here is a pic of my 2006 Bowtech Tribute. I use it for Spots, 3-D and hunting Whitetails.

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    I got a ???? How the heck do you remember which five spot your shooting at?????
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    ashamed .....of...Jay Are and Dredly
    yes we are.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    I got a ???? How the heck do you remember which five spot your shooting at?????
    Well 1st they blindfold ya and the you come to full draw and anchor see. And then they spin you visiously 3 times in a tight circle while chanting Pick-A-Spot...Pick-A-Spot. Then and only then, you let er' fly brother. I get x's all the time. Huh, works for me.

    Just kiddin' man. Them are high score 5 spots.

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    oh and buy the way how long do your arrows last shooting them into plywood like that? (pressboard)
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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    Now see there guys thats what this thread was intended for showing us your hunting bows. Unless your ashamed of them or something Jay Are and Dredly?????????????

    My hunting bow isn't getting here until tommorow (Ross CR331). If you want I can post a pic of my Old Glory tonight when I get home... but I don't want you nancy boys that shoot MAthews to get all jealous and drool all over your keyboard

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    here's what I will be using this year, Hoyt Trykon. It will be forsale in november the end of the month... the complete package
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    Quote Originally Posted by lungbuster View Post
    here's what I will be using this year, Hoyt Trykon. It will be forsale in november the end of the month... the complete package
    must be a real shooter.......
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    Default its a great shooter

    I buy a new hoyt ever year, It shoots great... thats why its the hostest selling bow this year...
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    I would like to see numbers between the Trykon and the XT.......
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    When I bought my Trykon there was a wait because so many where sold so fast.. The Place I bought it from sells both hoyt and mathews, I could have got a switchback in my draw right away... that shop alone said he had never sold that number of bows so fast.. they sold like hot cakes, I would also like to see numbers it would be fun.. don't get me wrong I shot the xt just like the trykon better. I am a hoyt man but will shot everything under the sun to find something better. I also like ross..
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    To start off BOWMAN if I am not mistaken I think I read a couple of posts from you in the past saying that you would buy a HOYT Trykon over the XT. Besides most of the guys buying Mathews are previous Mathews owners and don't know what a good bow should shoot like J/K
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radar View Post
    To start off BOWMAN if I am not mistaken I think I read a couple of posts from you in the past saying that you would buy a HOYT Trykon over the XT. Besides most of the guys buying Mathews are previous Mathews owners and don't know what a good bow should shoot like J/K
    funny thats the same reason that people buy Hoyt over Bowtech...

    I'd like to see the numbers comparing the Trykon to the XT to the Tribute!
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    All I can say is my XT is shooting GREAT and I am not a previous Mathews owner.


    So come on lets see some more pics. Or are we the only guys with hunting bows this year????????????


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