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    Looking at the 2013 PSE Phenom... Looks to be in my price range with speeds around 325, weight 4.3, and an axle-axle of 36"... Might not be great in the woods but I already have one of those I will keep. So I guess this would be for my 3-D shoots and 5-spot only.

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    Stating the obvious but anything made in the last 10 years thats considered a good target bow is worthy of the woods. Hitting the spot is more important than how fast it hit close to the spot. A rattle can away from a hunting bow. In my neck of the woods anyway, where shots that are 30 yards or less the norm. Shoot a bow that your real comfy and accurate with for everything.
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    Strother moxie fits the bill for me. 37.5 ata 330 ibo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red44 View Post
    Stating the obvious but anything made in the last 10 years thats considered a good target bow is worthy of the woods. Hitting the spot is more important than how fast it hit close to the spot. A rattle can away from a hunting bow. In my neck of the woods anyway, where shots that are 30 yards or less the norm. Shoot a bow that your real comfy and accurate with for everything.
    Rattle can Cammo Love it Red!!!!Might give the Alpha elite a quick spray job LOL !!!!! You almost sound like a aussie love the way you think
    I've learned that pleasing everyone is impossible, but pissing everyone off is a piece of cake.


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    Talking A little known fact !

    I got bows that are over 10 years old , it's a a sign of age discrimination going on here !

    I'll get over it !


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    No worries Carpy. Still have a PSE Phazer and Hoyt Spectra that get used. The Phazer has started several neighborhood kids, and the Spectra I still shoot fingers. I hunt with a Rival Pro that was last made in 03 (99-03, not sure on mine). My newest is a Maitland, and although it is a smooth shooter, I shoot it no better than the Rival Pro when you tally up the scores. Old bows can still hit the spot.
    MnMoose, I'm not knocking new bows, just commenting that a bow you shoot well is a hunting and target bow. If it's shiny you can fix that quick.
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