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Old 05-16-2008, 08:30 PM   #1
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hey guys I just got all my money and am ready to do some buying for the new lifestyle! I want to know what ground blind you guys recommend for someone on a budget also my dealer sells beman arrows and wants me to get them unless I insist on the maxima hunters what do yall think
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Old 05-16-2008, 08:37 PM   #2
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the ground max blinds are good for the money. i've never shot bemans, but they are owned by easton and from everything i've heard they are good arrows
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Old 05-17-2008, 04:52 AM   #3
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I own an Ameristep blind, Ithink it "THe Big House"... I don't remember.
It's a little tight with a bow with out parallel limbs. As for your arrows I like Carbon Express, but lots of guys use Beman they are a good arrow too.
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I don't use a blind, but Beman makes a good arrow. With arrows, I usually try to stay near the lines top end. Not necessarilly the top of the line, but close to it. I think you get your best value for the money. I know I cant shoot the difference between .001 and .003 straightness, and for almost $40 difference, why would I buy the .001's?
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I use to shoot bemans and they were always good to me.

All my money? New lifestyle? did you win the lottery or something
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a friend of mine swears by beman arrows cant argue with him judging by what i know hes on the same arrows he bought two years ago and has killed deer every year with em. as for the blind question i have a cheap one seems to work out alright for me its a Eclipse Ground Max it was under $200 if i remember right. not real bad space wise havent shot out of it with my Drenalin but my PSE i used to have was not parrallel limbs and it was a tight squeeze with that. thinking the Drenalin is much better suited for it though.
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