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Author Topic: Let's see your hunting bow  (Read 3546 times)

Offline MN_Whitetail

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Re: Let's see your hunting bow
« Reply #15 on: July 05, 2011, 09:33:51 PM »
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Offline roosclan

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Re: Let's see your hunting bow
« Reply #16 on: July 11, 2011, 01:03:09 AM »
Here she is:

Maitland Retribution VTR
27"/62lbs (right now)
Ripcord Code Red
Apex Axim 4-pin sight
Harvest Time Archery HT-2 with FOBs
wraps by Onestringer.com
Scott Silverhorn release
Maitland Retribution VTR
Harvest Time Archery HT-2 Harvester, FOBs, RFA Phoenix broadhead
Harvest Time Archery advisory staff

Offline aidancoffin

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Re: Let's see your hunting bow
« Reply #17 on: July 31, 2011, 09:08:38 AM »
very nice i like to buy a new every two years
Aidan coffin

Offline 7Day_Archer

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Re: Let's see your hunting bow
« Reply #18 on: July 31, 2011, 01:39:07 PM »
Mathews Z7 RealTree camo bow 27" cams @ 70#
Copper John Dead Nuts Pro sight
Vital Gear Kazaway rest
LimbSaver X Coil stabilizer
Allen wrist strap
Bohning Quiver
Easton Axis ST 400 arrows
Rage 2 Blade 100gn broadheads
Fusion vanes
Nockturnal Lighted nocks
Tru Ball T-Handle Thumb Caliper Release

 ##$%#1114

The other bow is my son's Jr. Archery Bow. He shot all his arrows into the woods somewhere! LMBO ##$%#114

 ##$%#116 %^$^
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Mathews Z7, Easton Axis ST, Rage 2-100
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Talkin bout stick n string Man

 

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