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    Hey, went by the archery shop and pulled back an XT and Bow tech hey I was suprised at the smooth draw and let down of the xt. They must have had 65 lbs on it. I like the short bow for hunting as my 37" Martin Pride has got into my climer 3 times in the last 2 years and cost me some meat. Although I have the seat adjusted it up so as to make it closer to my stand when I sit down giving me more bow room. I do like the XT's draw. What are some of the pro's and con's of this bow. not some advertizing hype? God Bless Holy Smokes



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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    Hey, went by the archery shop and pulled back an XT and Bow tech hey I was suprised at the smooth draw and let down of the xt. They must have had 65 lbs on it. I like the short bow for hunting as my 37" Martin Pride has got into my climer 3 times in the last 2 years and cost me some meat. Although I have the seat adjusted it up so as to make it closer to my stand when I sit down giving me more bow room. I do like the XT's draw. What are some of the pro's and con's of this bow. not some advertizing hype? God Bless Holy Smokes
    Look into the Ross as well, less money, same draw cycle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    Look into the Ross as well, less money, same draw cycle
    Yeah the ross is a good idea, i went to a shop and shot one they are very similar to a switch back and cheaper. But they are a very comperable bow.
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    I agree, shoot as many bows as you possibly can and then go and buy that XT.


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    wait till the 15, then see what you think.....
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