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    is there any good info on new bows coming out in 2011? i cant find any mags or anything~ been out of archery for 2 yrs and want to get back into it> i also have a friend who wants to start, and want to get him going in right direction on new bow purchase(want good bow but not wanting to drop 900 buck yet lol) Thanks for any info u can give me.
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    its hard to find a bad bow these days. it really comes down to fit and feel and even looks! i have been out of the game for almost ten years and couldnt be happier i decided to return!! i was blown away by the advancements that have been made, i personally love the pse line, they have come a loooong way. i took my time and looked at many different bows. mathews, hoyt, bowtech, g5 quest, even darton. they all make a fine bow. i did alot of research online by simply googling diferent bows and reading reviews. watch vids on you tube.
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    I would rather get a top of the line used rig a coupla years old vs a new middle of the road rig.
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    Lots of great offerings these days! The Bowtech Assassin package is tough to beat for a top of the line starter. 7" BH/330 ibo complete w/ rest, sight, quiver, and wrist sling for $500.
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    Just shot the Hoyt Carbon Express... I can barely hear that thing go off... A TRUE 320 arrow speed with hunting set up...... Shoot it, you will love it...

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    Check out missionarchery.com. You'll be surprised!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ALL4HUNTIN View Post
    Just shot the Hoyt Carbon Express... I can barely hear that thing go off... A TRUE 320 arrow speed with hunting set up...... Shoot it, you will love it...
    What's a HOYT carbon express?

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    The K&K Vengeance is overall, the most impressive bow I've shot to date. MSRP $769. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9q5h41PYfk
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    That is one sweet looking bow.

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    what is the spec on that K&K bow??
    u aint seen country yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by archeryassasin View Post
    what is the spec on that K&K bow??
    33" ATA, 7" brace, IBO with smooth mods 330 to 338, with speed mods 334 to 342.
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    If price is a consideration, have a look at the Alpine line this year. Great bows at incredible prices in comparison. Strother Valor is another high value price point bow. Bowtech Assassin also seems to be an exceptional value if you're looking for an entire package. It was so refreshing to see so many respectably priced offerings this year. But it would be difficult to find a bad bow regardless of what you choose.

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    The Best bows I've shot so far this year are:

    1. Hoyt Carbon Element
    2. The BowTech Invasion shot nice

    I hope to shoot a Maitland Retribution soon as their 2011 bows with the new VTR cams are starting to ship.

    I'll either set up a Retribution or a Carbon Element for my personal bow.

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    New Z7 Mag is a surprizing tack driver. I bought it for a hunting bow but now am considering selling my C3 conquest because the Z shoots indoor dots effortlessly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed View Post
    Lots of great offerings these days! The Bowtech Assassin package is tough to beat for a top of the line starter. 7" BH/330 ibo complete w/ rest, sight, quiver, and wrist sling for $500.
    just shot one the other night and i have to agree with you on that one. its one heck of a deal on a fine bow.
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    sounds like a nice set up
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed View Post
    Lots of great offerings these days! The Bowtech Assassin package is tough to beat for a top of the line starter. 7" BH/330 ibo complete w/ rest, sight, quiver, and wrist sling for $500.
    wow are they that cheap? I thought they were $600. good thing I'm on a traditional shooting kick right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wood View Post
    33" ATA, 7" brace, IBO with smooth mods 330 to 338, with speed mods 334 to 342.


    Same specs and looks of every other bow he has ever made...

    When are people gonna stop following him around with their noses so close to his ass that if he stopped quick they would know what he had for lunch....

    HE IS A JOKE plain and simple....
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post


    Same specs and looks of every other bow he has ever made...

    When are people gonna stop following him around with their noses so close to his ass that if he stopped quick they would know what he had for lunch....

    HE IS A JOKE plain and simple....
    well this should wad some panties...

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    well this should wad some panties...
    Gave me a good chuckle.

    But, go post that on AT and the flames will go for 5 pages by morning.

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