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    Default Which grip looks better?

    I am getting red and black strings from JCMorgan, I have the red and black bowsling form Beenfar and now I want to possible replace my grip with something more color coded. If I do replace the grip the one on my bow now will be for sale. It fits an 06 Bowtech Tribute. As you can see I photoshopped the other grip on.
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    red and black

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    red and black
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    I like the one on the bottom
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    Red/black...

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    Default The one on the left

    The one on the left. I dont like the Red.
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    Red and Black

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    red and black

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    you bowtech guys, if you think that grip will make it shoot more like a hoyt go for it.....haha I think the red looks good due to the fact it matches your strap, if you had a green and brown strap I would say stick with the color you have.
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    red and black!!!!!!!!!

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    I have to wait for the new wood shipment to come in he said the current wood with that red is very dull. I was also thinking about maybe a black/silver grip.
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    Default 3 more possibilities

    they are black/silver, desert camo, and oak. They wont match but they do look nice.
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    them bows are sicky nasty. umm the redblack on my choice
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    Pictures in post # 1 go with the red and black

    pictures in post #12 I like the silver and black

    of the 5 I like the silver and black

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