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Author Topic: New archer new bow  (Read 1851 times)

Offline DPD

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Re: New archer new bow
« Reply #15 on: August 26, 2015, 10:04:07 PM »
 @--0--0134 from central NY - I know very little in archery but we have a plethora of guys with the knowledge to help u out when needed, I hunt and fish but use firearms and now have a crossbow because the regular bow I have trouble pulling it back with my arthritis (ask gutshot  --099-780 )

 @--0--0134 again and enjoy this friend and info filled forum. ()*$%RT (*&^&%# ##$#@#$% -0078 --09--0 ^^&&$%GT
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Offline Bruinhart

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Re: New archer new bow
« Reply #16 on: November 26, 2015, 11:04:28 PM »
New to this awesome forum, new to hunting. After years and years of fishing time for me to get into the archery world. Took some archery 101 classes tested a few Hoyt bows. After a great tax return I decided to go with a higher end bow Hoyt nitrum 34. Now do you guys think this was the right move being my first bow and jumping into a higher end one right off the back? And if you have any suggestions or good books be much appreciated I am tackling this hunting thing solo here in Washington being from Illinois and not knowing any other hunters
Where at in Washington. I am in the Port Angeles area and new to hunting as well.

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Offline Pure Instinct

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Re: New archer new bow
« Reply #17 on: January 02, 2016, 01:00:11 PM »
Welcome to the addiction of archery. Name brand is personal preference with a bow, as long as you are comfortable shooting it then that's all that matters really.
Hoyt does make a good quality bow and you made a good choice. Congrats and good luck trying to get your first bow harvest.

Offline buckone1

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Re: New archer new bow
« Reply #18 on: January 02, 2016, 03:30:29 PM »
 @--0--0134 from SW Indiana!!!  ##$%#116       %^$^
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