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Old 07-18-2007, 02:38 PM   #1
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Talking Something For All The Martin Haters....

Say what you will. I like my new bow and my new company...
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Old 07-18-2007, 02:39 PM   #2
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Just in case you have bad eyesight....
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Old 07-18-2007, 02:45 PM   #3
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Thanks God you didn't stick that on a Dodge
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Thanks God you didn't stick that on a Dodge
yep, you beat me to it.
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Old 07-18-2007, 02:49 PM   #5
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If I owned a Dodge, I might consider it just to up the resale value of it...
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are ya kidding you would have to give it away you stuck that thing on Dodge.

Here is my question, is that considered automotive "Tramp Stamp" now ???
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Old 07-18-2007, 02:53 PM   #7
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are ya kidding you would have to give it away you stuck that thing on Dodge.

Here is my question, is that considered automotive "Tramp Stamp" now ???
Yes. It shall be known as the "pimp-mobile" from now on.....
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BTW, I did check out your website...cool....Good Luck.
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I'm glad you found a bow that works for ya.
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Thanks for the well wishes. Business is pretty good.....
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Old 07-18-2007, 03:39 PM   #11
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There is a Martin sticker residing on my truck as well....cause it is my wife's truck

I have a big Bowtech sticker on my P.O.S. car though
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There is a Martin sticker residing on my truck as well....cause it is my wife's truck

I have a big Bowtech sticker on my P.O.S. car though
LOL... Was it a P.O.S. before or after you put it on the car???
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Old 07-18-2007, 03:50 PM   #13
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LOL... Was it a P.O.S. before or after you put it on the car???
Good question. Hey JC do you live in Paoli?
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Good question. Hey JC do you live in Paoli?
Orleans. 7 miles north of Paoli...
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Old 07-18-2007, 04:07 PM   #15
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Now lets take a real good look at today business market and I for one can not find a bad bow line out there. I have shot Martin, PSE, Hoyt, Golden eagle, and Alpine in the past and they are all quality firms.

I also shot this year the new Mathews, bowthech bows and also Ross, what great products out there. To me what gets me to buy is not all the sales they push, but what feels good in my hand. The other factor seems to be what firm is paying the most $$$ to the top shooters, PSE had the market and lost it to Mathews, Bowtech seems to now be the overall leader in a lot of the states, but I see a lot of the Martin bows in spots shooting and also Hoyt seems to be up there as well....

by the way good luck with your new company ( Martin )
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Now lets take a real good look at today business market and I for one can not find a bad bow line out there. I have shot Martin, PSE, Hoyt, Golden eagle, and Alpine in the past and they are all quality firms.

I also shot this year the new Mathews, bowthech bows and also Ross, what great products out there. To me what gets me to buy is not all the sales they push, but what feels good in my hand. The other factor seems to be what firm is paying the most $$$ to the top shooters, PSE had the market and lost it to Mathews, Bowtech seems to now be the overall leader in a lot of the states, but I see a lot of the Martin bows in spots shooting and also Hoyt seems to be up there as well....

by the way good luck with your new company ( Martin )
Just for the record.....my threads title was written with absolutely no trace of ill will towards any one, any bow, any bow manufacturer, or any other person place or thing that might take it wrong. I just knew I would catch heck from a few on here that like to give me a good ribbing since I switched brands...
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Just for the record.....my threads title was written with absolutely no trace of ill will towards any one, any bow, any bow manufacturer, or any other person place or thing that might take it wrong. I just knew I would catch heck from a few on here that like to give me a good ribbing since I switched brands...
All in good fun....I have to say......that Martin decal with the cat sneekin up on somethin is pretty cool
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Nice sticker. Is that made by Martin or an aftermarket person or company?
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We need some 3D Shoots.com staickers with our user names in them.
Put under 2DShoots.co "Where archers and have fun on the net.
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Old 07-18-2007, 05:38 PM   #20
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Nice sticker. Is that made by Martin or an aftermarket person or company?
The file was sent to me for my own personal use. I modified it into the colors I wanted and had the shop that prints my wraps print and cut it for me.

I could definitely work up some 3Dshoots.com stickers...(with the proper authorization of course.....)
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Very nice sticker
yeah maybe he can use that to shoot arrows as opposed to his bow?
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Here's a real Rig!!

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For all of you Bowtech haters....LOL


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They do have a cool looking logo.



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At least the tow truck driver will know where he can get some taxidermy done when he picks that Ford up along side the road.
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Dude thats just ugly.
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You'll probobly get hit more deer with that truck than you will with a Martin .
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Nice JC...

3D-Shoots.com window stickers would be pretty neat.

I love that Bowtech rig. Holy mother of Moses... Does that thing actually go around corners ?

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Are you kidding? That is short, I just finished up working on a guys trailer at the truck & trailer repair shop I word at that was way longer. His show and go rig. The truck was about 10 to 15 feet longer and the trailer was a 60 foot spread axle. But that lo profile rig was very cool.
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Nice JC...

3D-Shoots.com window stickers would be pretty neat.

I love that Bowtech rig. Holy mother of Moses... Does that thing actually go around corners ?

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I second that ! And third that ! and Fourth that !
And I'm just intentionally upping my post count...

Whew... Going to bed now...

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I am trying to figure out which one I should put on my Mini-Van!

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but the M4L one is funny.....I need that one.......
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I would go with the second one. The funny thing is I was thinking about how funny it would be to have one of those made up just a couple days ago.

Priceless!

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