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    I'm getting back into bowhunting after 10 years and I need to upgrade my equiptment. I'm looking at bows for around $350-$400, I've found the Hoyt Lazertech and the Reflex Buckskin. Does anyone have any ideas that might help me find the bow that works for me??? I also heard that I should buy a bow with the Cam and 1/2 technology, is this true???

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    I like the reflex bows, I hunted with one for several years and it is one rugged bow. I don't think you will go wrong with one. Go to a pro shop and see if you can shoot a few bow models and get the one that feels good for you. What I've learned through the years is that everyone has their preferances. Will you be shooting a release of fingers?

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    The Lazertec is a great bow for the money. That said, check out the Reflex and Diamond line of bows.
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    I'm going to shoot with a release.

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