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  1. #1
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    Jan 2008
    Buckley, Michigan

    Default Cross Bow Suggestions

    My friend has shoulder issues. He's shopping for a crossbow. The ones with too much weight forward are still bothering him. Any suggestions? Anyone try the Parker Cyclone EXT? How about the inverted limb models?

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    Ten point.
    I have had lots of brands and you can't beat the ten point for accuracy.I have 2 because my boy's started hunting deers at 8 years old. Have killed deers every year. They are now 13. The one switched to compound last year and killed 2 with it.
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    I second that, ten point are great. My uncle has had 5 crossbows and loves his ten point. very light bows and very accurate too. He is still able to shoot it 7 years after being diagnosed with MS.

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    Tenpoint is my recommendation for a light weight model. Check out the GT Flex models.
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