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Jennings compound bow

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by USMCSergeant, Nov 3, 2009.


  1. USMCSergeant

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    I'm interested in bow hunting, but I don't know anything about it. I've found what I think is a deal on a used Jennings acclaim bow. 65#, adjustable draw and weight, peep sight, stabalizer, pin sight, peep sight, spring loaded arrow rest, quiver and a cobra trigger release. It also comes with 5 easton arrows. He's asking 70 bucks, sounds reasonable to me. I just want something to start out with and not have too much into it. Thanks for any advice you guys can give me!
     
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  2. noway

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    Price is not bad. I would get a few books on archery 1st and or go enroll in a archery clinic. Probably the best dollars spent imho and before plopping $70.00 dow.


    These clinic could be free if hosted by your state or other groups ( i.e Basspro )
     

  3. gruntmedik

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    First thing I would do is have your draw length measured. If it is compatible with that bow, $70 isn't too bad a loss should you not like it. If you have a pro shop in your area, have them give the bow a look over.