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    I'm debating, been away for a couple years, can't decide if I want to stick with what I got or get a supra max....decisions, decisions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    I'm debating, been away for a couple years, can't decide if I want to stick with what I got or get a supra max....decisions, decisions.
    Go for it , and make some of our buddies here , Gator and Westy " jealous " !


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpshooter View Post
    Go for it , and make some of our buddies here , Gator and Westy " jealous " !

    Haha, I'm thinking long and hard the specs are exactly what I've wanted for years, if I can sell my two bows and cover the cost I may just do it. Would love to get my hands on one.
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    Nothing planned, but I if inherit $$(not) or hit the lottery I'll try one of those OK Archery bows from Germany. Twin cam simplicity. X cable bow. Wish Martin still made one but with a parrallel design.
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    I try to buy a weapon every year...

    Just looked at the Creed and its $999...

    So thats a NO...

    My BMXL will work fine for a while...

    Have not been shooting as much as previous years, so I guess I will invest in an AR-15 this year...

    Never owned one and might as well get one before the LOSER IN CHEIF takes away the ability to leagally obtain one...
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    If I had inlimited funds , I'd buy as new long ATA Hoyt bow and maybe be a closer buddy to those here who shoot them bows , until than , I'm just a cheapskate and proud of it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    I try to buy a weapon every year...

    Just looked at the Creed and its $999...

    So thats a NO...

    My BMXL will work fine for a while...

    Have not been shooting as much as previous years, so I guess I will invest in an AR-15 this year...

    Never owned one and might as well get one before the LOSER IN CHEIF takes away the ability to leagally obtain one...
    Get in Quick as they took our's away from us Down under!!!!Funny how not many made it to the buy back scheme though???? Wonder were they all went?????
    I've learned that pleasing everyone is impossible, but pissing everyone off is a piece of cake.


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    I'll maybe just buy some new broadheads this year , after my spitfire head did not open , I'm buying rage !

    Now you know and you are !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy View Post
    Thats what I'm asking Gator is 63 -63 as the rumour says a bow works better at the top end of it range than in the lower end of it's range????I'd reckon 63 would hoot like 63 no matter what range it was in????Am I right or wrong????

    Thanks Mate
    I think bow's shoot better when maxed out is a urban myth.

    At least I never found that is the case. My bows always shoot better when I match the pounds to the weight of the bow, and what I feel is a comfortable hold weight to give me a clean release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    I try to buy a weapon every year...

    Just looked at the Creed and its $999...

    So thats a NO...

    My BMXL will work fine for a while...

    Have not been shooting as much as previous years, so I guess I will invest in an AR-15 this year...

    Never owned one and might as well get one before the LOSER IN CHEIF takes away the ability to leagally obtain one...


    Don't forget that ammo.

    Wouldn't be surprise to see ammo taxes goes the way of cigarette taxes. If they can't get rid of the guns they will try to out price the average slob on ammo cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    I think bow's shoot better when maxed out is a urban myth.

    At least I never found that is the case. My bows always shoot better when I match the pounds to the weight of the bow, and what I feel is a comfortable hold weight to give me a clean release.
    I'm with you on this one mate!!!!!People still seem to insist that they work better in the top of the range and not down low??????FFS they should just shut the hell up ,IMHO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    What did you get Hornet?.......I know you usually don't buy new so it should be a good one.
    Sorry buddy...I totally forgot to get back to ya
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpshooter View Post
    If I had inlimited funds , I'd buy as new long ATA Hoyt bow and maybe be a closer buddy to those here who shoot them bows , until than , I'm just a cheapskate and proud of it !
    I am a cheapskate also...only because funds are tight though....that new to me VE didn't cost me but $25 Well $25 more then I sold one of my Katera XLs for

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    Tradtech titan as soon as lancaster gets it out the door. Keep checking to see if it says shipped and it still says processing......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Hornet View Post
    I am a cheapskate also...only because funds are tight though....that new to me VE didn't cost me but $25 Well $25 more then I sold one of my Katera XLs for
    How did you like your Katera XL , as I almost brought one , when they were the latest and greatest , but figured that I could get by with what I have ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpshooter View Post
    How did you like your Katera XL , as I almost brought one , when they were the latest and greatest , but figured that I could get by with what I have ?

    I loved it...I had two of them. Very good shooting bow....I shot PB after PB with it outside. Super smooth....aimed great...quick enough for field, 3D, and hunting even at 27.75".

    I will miss them for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Hornet View Post
    I loved it...I had two of them. Very good shooting bow....I shot PB after PB with it outside. Super smooth....aimed great...quick enough for field, 3D, and hunting even at 27.75".

    I will miss them for sure.
    You look 6'3" in the photos Mate!!!! --------------------- Sorry Mate Am I Bad?????
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    That bow almost has a look of camo to it.

    Is it a custom color? it doesn't look like anything on the hoyt site.

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    Default Here's what I think about that Hoyt colour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    That bow almost has a look of camo to it.

    Is it a custom color? it doesn't look like anything on the hoyt site.
    No it's not a custom color....it's not a 2013 model either

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