High Country Bows

Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by Buckwheat, Jul 21, 2007.

  1. Buckwheat

    Buckwheat Member

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    I'm looking to replsce my current bow; which is a High Country Safari; with a new High Country "Iron Mace". Anybody have any advice or comments?:noidea:
     
  2. Dens228

    Dens228 Senior Member

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    I currently have an Iron Mace. I've had it for a few months.
    It is a sweet shooter and very fast. IMHO it's speed is equally matched by it's very unforgiving valley. The slightest, and I do mean slightest, creep and it's going. That's starting to cause head games in my shooting.

    As it gets closer to hunting season the short valley has me a little worried.

    Hence my response in another thread about my inability to stop buying bows.
     

  3. QSA

    QSA One eyed/Gutless wonder

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    Nothing bad here. I have never shot one. But all the posts I have read were great.
     
  4. mdewitt71

    mdewitt71 Senior Member

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    I think they are very sweet looking and built bows, Richard did well this year....
    But, yes "no valley" in the cam draw curve is a lil hard on the shoulders.
    That is why I am a fan of the Bowtechs with smooth mods.
    I recently bought the Elite Synergy that I have now and the EZ mods are very similiar to the Bowtechs and the bow shoot great.
    I hope HCA comes out with a smoother version of the current cam, I would probibly own one.
     
  5. Dens228

    Dens228 Senior Member

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    I hear you. I bought about 5 Bowtechs in a row and have since gone astray.
    Tomorrow I'm thinking of going to a nearby dealer and seeing if they have any 07 Tributes in stock.
     
  6. BOWJOE

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    Iron Mace

    I've had mine for about 2 months & it is the best shooting bow I've ever owned. Smooth, quiet, fast, & very accurate. The draw is a little harsh but not bad. The let off is adjustable & I have had no problem with the valley. My let off is set at 80%. Shoot 1 & see if you like it, take your checkbook just in case. Joe
     
  7. Buckwheat

    Buckwheat Member

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    Anybody know the price on the Iron Mace? I've been looking on High Country's web site but can't find an MSRP.
     
  8. Dens228

    Dens228 Senior Member

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    To you find the cam chart to be right?

    I have the mod set for 27 inches but the draw stop set for 27.5-28"
     
  9. BowhuntnHoosier

    BowhuntnHoosier Bisquit.......

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    I have'nt shot a HC since the Z-Force back 10 years ago. But I have heard alot of good things about the Iron Mace. Good luck.:peace:
     
  10. J.C.

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    Call them up and tell them you want to be a "joe". They might sell you one direct at a discount. :peace:
     
  11. BOWJOE

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    Dens, I don't have a chart but mine is set at 28" draw & the draw stop is set on " C ". Joe
     
  12. BOWJOE

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    My pro shop sells them for $699. Joe
     
  13. HCA STILETTO 380

    HCA STILETTO 380 Junior Member

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    my boy shop sells them for $599.
     
  14. SA hunter

    SA hunter Junior Member

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    I love my Iron mace it is fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!:rockon:
    Animals have fallen to its speed,its so quiet (ok i am running double sts) and so so smooth. I really rate the I.M highly, shoot one for your self and see.:decision: