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    SteveG-Most states have a minimum of 40lbs, as...

    SteveG-Most states have a minimum of 40lbs, as that is considered the minimum to make a humane kill. I'd prob go with 40 or above for larger game such as deer, and do the smaller game(rabbits,...
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    Good to know. I will probably go with the...

    Good to know. I will probably go with the Thunderhorn Boa, or the Selway, as the brown leather color with rawhide stitching really appeals to me, and the 2 piece quiver is actually a plus, since it...
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    Gnome-Thank you for that catch! I cannot believe...

    Gnome-Thank you for that catch! I cannot believe I missed that! It never even occured to me that that riser might be way to big to put a strap on quiver on. I just checked it against my arrow, and...
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    JP- Thank you for taking the time to do that, but...

    JP- Thank you for taking the time to do that, but I have to admit, all those awesome game photos in the background really distract the eyes from the quiver! Some awesome photos back there. Thanks...
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    Good to know, thank you. That would be great if...

    Good to know, thank you. That would be great if you get the chance, but its no biggie if you don't. I have another week before I jump gun on a quiver.
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    Haven't ever had the chance to shoot one, but its...

    Haven't ever had the chance to shoot one, but its a beautiful bow judging from stock photos. Keep us updated when it arrives, would be great to see photos and hear a review!
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    JP-With the connecting wire between hood and...

    JP-With the connecting wire between hood and arrow clip, does that limit the quiver to 1-piece bows? If you had a takedown bow with a longer riser, would it still work?
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    Easy-Thanks for the advice, it honestly never...

    Easy-Thanks for the advice, it honestly never occurred to me to think of whether I want a quiver that only acts as a quiver on the bow, or that it would change the bow balance as the the arrow supply...
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    Thanks guys! If I don't find another good deal in...

    Thanks guys! If I don't find another good deal in the pawn shops in the next ten years, I will still count myself lucky for this score :)
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    JRC- I started on the Sage, and found it an...

    JRC- I started on the Sage, and found it an excellent bow to learn on. It was affordable, shot well, and wasn't cheaply made. As far as finding a "package deal", check out Twig Archery. I bought my...
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    JP-Hows your experience with the Great Northern....

    JP-Hows your experience with the Great Northern. Any preference of those to BigJims or Boas?
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    Gr4vitas- The price point for the Big Jim quivers...

    Gr4vitas- The price point for the Big Jim quivers is perfect, and the fact that there are color options for the quiver is awesome. Do you, or anyone else have photos of their Big Jims?
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    MT Elkhunter- I am over in Boulder, about 26...

    MT Elkhunter- I am over in Boulder, about 26 miles south of Helena :)

    Arrowwood-I would love to know what year it is. Unfortunately, the online Ben Pearson Catalogs take about 40 mins to download...
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    Finally got the string, silencers and shelf in...

    Finally got the string, silencers and shelf in for the Ben Pearson in the mail this morning. Since it is a longer bow meant for "competition archery" according to the Pearson catalog, I put a...
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    Glad to hear the video was helpful Demiliani! I...

    Glad to hear the video was helpful Demiliani! I came from a Sage and love the Phantom. Samicks quality, at an affordable cost, has me sold on the Samick line. Until I find a Samick bow that...
  16. For me, its a folding knife that my grandfather...

    For me, its a folding knife that my grandfather gave me years ago. Its become my every day carry knife.
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    Well, as it was pretty much a unanimous vote for...

    Well, as it was pretty much a unanimous vote for the Thunderhorn Boa, I think I will take a more serious look at them. Now the only thing to decide is whether I like the price point of the plain...
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    Strap On Quivers

    So for the last two years that I have been learning traditional archery, I have made do with a really simple, yet ugly, suede leather hip quiver that I picked up on Ebay for a whopping $8. Now that I...
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    Welcome to the forum. Lots of great information...

    Welcome to the forum. Lots of great information and people here
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    Jealous of your shooting setup! I have good days...

    Jealous of your shooting setup! I have good days and bad days when it comes to shot placement, but instead of getting upset when I shoot poorly, I try to remember to be happy just to be shooting. For...
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    Beautiful bow! I imagine you will be happy,...

    Beautiful bow! I imagine you will be happy, Samick makes some great bows that can be bought without breaking the bank, and as it is a take down model, you can buy limbs in the future if you decide to...
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    Chef- Also keep in mind to check out pawn shops...

    Chef- Also keep in mind to check out pawn shops in your area. Just a few days ago, I picked up a beautiful, near new condition 68" 36lb Ben Pearson Contender for $30. Now, this was an unusually...
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    Fyre- I ran into the same issue with my Samick...

    Fyre- I ran into the same issue with my Samick Sage, and for me it really wasn't an issue as I draw about 27.5", and it kept me informed of when I was overdrawing. The Phantom is definitely smoother...
  24. Link- As mentioned, lighter is definitely...

    Link-

    As mentioned, lighter is definitely better when starting out. Plenty of people have been discouraged because they started out too heavy, and starting out heavier is detrimental to learning....
  25. Great story, thanks for sharing :)

    Great story, thanks for sharing :)
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    Thanks all, it definitely made my week! Cant wait...

    Thanks all, it definitely made my week! Cant wait to get a string so I can try her out :)
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    Thanks all!

    Thanks all!
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    Thanks :)

    Thanks :)
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    Thanks Stub and Homey, I was pretty excited about...

    Thanks Stub and Homey, I was pretty excited about it! I figure for $35, I couldn't go wrong.
  30. I've had the Sage, and can recommend it. It was...

    I've had the Sage, and can recommend it. It was my first bow, I learned on it, hiked with it, shot my first 3d with it and I loved it. I've also had the Polaris, and while a good bow, I preferred the...
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