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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by BUNNYMAN, Mar 30, 2008.
ONEIDA now........:noidea: :noidea:
thats what i said, when I first looked at it......:noidea:
bman it starts then stops for me.
THESE 2 guys and their sales pitch have me convinced that I need an ONEIDA.........
I suppose that this the old mann of Mathews and I all I gotta say is:laugh:
What nursing home did he escape from? :noidea: :biggrin1:
PLEASE! NO MORE! If i watch one more i might buy one...:dizzy:
Such smooth talking salesmen they are...
it really is no wonder these things are so UNPOPULAR.......
Evidently they just walked up with a camera, handed these guys bows and said.....tell us all about these things......:noidea: :laugh:
"When you come in second and get beat by 120 points, you know you've been whooped!"
i am almost at a loss for words, professionalism at its finest
Pathetic...Makes me want to go out and buy a couple....NOT.
I've never shot an Oneida so I can't say Yay Nor Nay about their performance. All the cables and such is what has scared me off on them. Anyone out there shoot an Oneida. C'mon 'fess up.
there are more, but I cant post them, I just cant do it....:doh: :doh: :doh:
I have shot them, BUT like I said once before and got roasted for it.......I have never SEEN one with my eyes that was less than 30" draw.....:noidea:
and i have to say, they make much smoother bows than an Oneida:noidea:
:noidea: bunny put the post up for a reason, maybe.:noidea:
I dont know...that old guy can shoot an 80 yard target, "most wheel bows have to shoot 60 lbs just to shoot an arrow that far" :dizzy: :bowl:
i know and he said he shoots a 33# bow, does that mean the bow weighs 33# or it has a 33# draw weight???
and what might that be other than i dies laughing when i saw it and thought you guys would find it funny also:noidea:
Oh that's just PAINFUL to watch...