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    Tribute is a nice bow. I tried the tribute and Allegiance and decided on the Allegiance because it felt more stable for me. I was a bit worried about clearance in a stand with it but that was nullified on opening day last year...
    I could go either way at this point. My Allegiance will be my hunting bow for quite a while. I really like that thing.

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    Here's a couple.
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    Dude she is a real beauty. One thing I must ask is how do you like the limb driver???? I have heard alot of people like them but most of them are in tight with a dealer and I want a review from a non-bias hunter.


    "HONDA"

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    Congrats on the bow. Tributes are awesome.
    I love my tribute
    Her hair glistened in the rain like a nose hair after a sneeze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    Dude she is a real beauty. One thing I must ask is how do you like the limb driver???? I have heard alot of people like them but most of them are in tight with a dealer and I want a review from a non-bias hunter.
    It is the quickest, easiest to set up rest I've ever used. Pretty much foolproof.
    I will be using it for this upcoming hunting season for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dens228 View Post
    It is the quickest, easiest to set up rest I've ever used. Pretty much foolproof.
    I will be using it for this upcoming hunting season for sure.
    I like that part.

    A friend is thinking of going to a drop away and I was thinking of the Limbdriver for him. Thanks


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    As much as I'm trying to get away from the speed thing I had to chrono it today.

    355 grain arrow at 304 fps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dens228 View Post
    As much as I'm trying to get away from the speed thing I had to chrono it today.

    355 grain arrow at 304 fps.
    nice.....awsome setup, even for a BOWTECH
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Congrats on the bow! She's a beaut!

    rick
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