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Recommend a bow.

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by J.P., Oct 2, 2002.

  1. J.P.

    J.P. Intergalactic

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    I want to take up a little backyard archery....what would make a good starter setup?
    I'm only interested in compound bows. I do have some experience with bows,but not much.
    You know,I want the top of the line gear for very little money.;)
    Maybe suggest somplace to buy good used gesr.
    Thanks.
     
  2. Well for the money I would say PSE or Martin Compound Bows. My first bow is and was a PSE Firflight I used it for bowfishing. My second bow is a Martin that I bought from a friend and a awesome bow that I will use for deer hunting. For top of the line Hoyt and Jennings come to mind but it will cost ya. Take Care Esox357
     


  3. podwich

    podwich

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    Sep 7, 2000
    MI
    I have a Hoyt MT Sport. It's not the top of the line Hoyt or anything, but it's a single cam, shoots pretty fast, is quite quiet, and shoots VERY straight. I have no problem hitting a paper plate from 40 yards consistently-heck, it'll do better that that most of the time. I'm pretty sure the bow could shoot even better, but I'm not the best shot there is.