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    Hello Everyone,

    My name is Tony and I am new to this forum and also new to bowhunting and archery. I am ready to begin learning the art of bowhunting. I just purchased my first bow which is a Forge PF 34. I am wanting to new the good or bad about this bow. I look forward to talking with everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TONECOP45 View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    My name is Tony and I am new to this forum and also new to bowhunting and archery. I am ready to begin learning the art of bowhunting. I just purchased my first bow which is a Forge PF 34. I am wanting to new the good or bad about this bow. I look forward to talking with everyone.
    I don't think I've ever heard of Forge before...

    I just looked them up and now I know that I've never heard of em before. They must be very small time / local and the PF 34 isn't a current run. Which I could tell ya more about it but I just don't know anything on them
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    Welcome to the group...and the sport

    I've heard of Forge, But nothing about them...I don't know any one who sells or shoots them sorry...


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    I'm not familiar with them either, but here's a good place to start.
    http://www.forgebow.com/contact.html
    Get all the bow specs (axle to axle, and brace height), cam system, how draw lenth is changed, string/cable lenths, tune specs, etc, right from them. Welcome to archery, and this forum. Don't hesitate to ask any questions, if we can help we will.

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    Welcome!!

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    Thanks for all the reply. I do like the designs of the Forge bow and would consider it the first bow. I will be getting a Bowtech in the future but starting out right now. Please continue to send more feedbacks. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by TONECOP45 View Post
    Thanks for all the reply. I do like the designs of the Forge bow and would consider it the first bow. I will be getting a Bowtech in the future but starting out right now. Please continue to send more feedbacks. Thanks
    Hey if it shoots and shoots true go kill ya a sack full of deer with it.
    Don't let tha advertizin' hype fool ya.
    Oh yeah welcome here and I hope ya don't mind our little bit well whole lot of craziness and hijackin' threads fer we are notorious fer it..... even love it.
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    welcome

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    to the forum and to the very diverse sport of archery. I do hope you're gonna do plenty of practicing before you go out hunting. I've always wondered..do folks buy a bow then shoot a little and deem themselves ready to go hunting? I do hope you're going to do lots of practice and become a pretty good shot before you go finding your dinner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chelleo View Post
    to the forum and to the very diverse sport of archery. I do hope you're gonna do plenty of practicing before you go out hunting. I've always wondered..do folks buy a bow then shoot a little and deem themselves ready to go hunting? I do hope you're going to do lots of practice and become a pretty good shot before you go finding your dinner.

    I plan to practice before I hit the field. I want to at least practice twice a week at the local archery range in Gander mtn. I also plan to visit a high fenced hog hunting ranch once I get better and confident.

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    Have fun shooting. As for the hog hunt, they sure are some good eatin.
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    Well Hi there and WELCOME to the forum.


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    Forge Archery is a small company. I shot the smoke and the srx. very nice shooting bows. Fast and quiet. built very well also. Good luck..
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    sorry i dont know anything about them .... if it shoots and you can group arrows with it then it is a good bow....no need to buy the advertisements especially for the first bow... enjoy it and shoot often.... good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by TONECOP45 View Post
    I plan to practice before I hit the field. I want to at least practice twice a week at the local archery range in Gander mtn. I also plan to visit a high fenced hog hunting ranch once I get better and confident.
    That's great to hear ....BTW my statement was a fairly generalized one ....not any reflection on you at all. But, but then you're gonna kill ole porky pig...oh the shame of it all
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