Just been putting my new BowTech Gaurdian through it’s paces. VERY NICE, Very quite, no vibration. It might be a little more than you want to spend, but you should try and shoot one or even the tribute - smaller axle to axle. Both are Dandy bows.
I was lucky at our seminar and meeting for the Marshall Herd Management meeting a few weeks ago. I won a new Mathews Outback. My buddy is a Mathews guy, due to the arrival of twins 2 years ago he has been saving up when he can. After the meeting I pulled him off to the side and asked if he wanted the bow, he said sure, how much? I told him he could reimburse me what I had in tickets, which was $200, he jumped at the chance. He was so excited you would’ve thought I gave him a winning lottery ticket for the mega jackpot. Now all he has to do is get the time to set it up and do some practicing!
Great, nothing wrong with Parker. How many pounds are you shooting? Carbon or Aluminum? Overdraw, fall away rest? What kind of site did you choose?
58 lb draw. would be more but my shoulder wont let me. carbon…....the only way to fly!!!! no overdraw as my draw length is 27.5.
im using the wisker biscuit. the site is one off my old hoyt, dont recall the brand.
I’m a new member. I have found that Martin makes bows that perform very well at a cost that won’t break the bank. They are very smooth shooting bows with speeds comparable to most “high tech” bows on the market. I have owned three different Martins and loved them all.
Hi to all, I am PA&A;Christopher and I just wanted to let everyone know that I am the co-owner of Performance Archery and Arms LLC and if anyone is looking for a new bow or anything archery or camo related, that I would be glad to help them out. We also handle firearms. You can check out our stuff in the new business section or go to our website http://www.performancearcheryandarms.com My business partner, Henry Rahr is a certified AACFI conceal and carry instructor and basic firearms instructor, we can take care of anyone’s firearms needs. We teach conceal and carry classes also. I am also pro-staff for ASAT Camo, Full Force Archery and Natural Predator Hunting Scent. I am staff shooter for Easton Arrows and DMI Arrow rests. If anyone has any questions, please contact me. Thanks a lot, look forward to talking to you all.
hey guys I have recently purchased a mission journey. it’s made by mathews has the same lifetime warranty as mathews same quality, just not the mathews price tag $580 out the door. i love the bow I shot the night bought it went home made a few of my own adjustments and added a couple accesories went back to the rang the next night shots 3&4;went end for end. all the groups i shot at 25 and 30 yards were touching. excelent bow for the money. i wasn’t even giving them a second look while shopping for a bow but the kid helping me at the pro shop kept insisting on giving it a shot or two. i’m glad he did after i got it the shop pro pulled his out. every guy in the shop was shooting the same bow. i would give it a close look if you want a quality bow with a big name behind it just not a big $$$tag>
I am finally beginning to look at the new bows on the market. Have not made my mind up as yet but I’m leaning toward the modern stuff including carbon. I will always keep my 70# Martin Warthog with aluminum shafts and whisker biscuit, and round wheels, yes…..round wheels I still miss my old Martin Cougar Mag.
Hi yall. I’m new to the site but a life long bow hunter. I shoot a Bowtech now..Its kinda old but shoots real nice..I was surprised when I upgraded from my old PSE. Whatever bow you choose I hope you enjoy it. I started with an old recurve when I was a kid..I have been addicted ever since. I am a bow only hunter now when it comes to anything with legs. Glad I found this site.
I’m getting in to bow hunting but dont knwo much about it. Watch a reasonalbe price for a “beginner” model. We’re having our first child, the motorcycle is going but the wife says the hunting gear can stay and I can get more. So I dont want to spend too much cause I have the Ruger M77 Ruger ont he tip of my nose. Bow hunting looks fun and gets me out in woods a few more weeks. Any suggestions?!