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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by Chris, Oct 27, 2006.
I was told 720 to 760
seems as though every bow company is slowly tring to creep to that $1000 mark.....not just talking about hoyt....but all of them.....they have all had expensive bows over the years.......but I have seen bows being sold in places like Gander Mountain for $699......and I know what your gonna say....Mathews is as guilty as anyone for this.....it just seems they are trying to price the bows right out of our hands.....and at a time when there is a deffinate low in the sport.....
No doubt, pricing of the bows it getting outrageous, but it also seems that people are willing to pay the extra money if they think it will make them shoot better.
It took me 2 years to realize that the only thing that is going to make me shoot better is more practice.:biggrin1:
all the bow companies prices are rising!!!
and people are willing to pay that extra money if they think it will help them shoot better.
I can think back in 2000 when I bought my current Reflex top of the line for 420. I thought that was alot. A mathews then cost 650. Thats why I didn't get one of those. The only reason I am buying a new bow now is because after not shooting it for like 6 years I grew enough for the draw to be to short. What really sucks is I don't think it has been shoot 700 times. Great bow. Insane quiet.
whats the draw length and are you intrested in selling it?
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