Type: Posts; User: Ybuck
Slip cam style exp. / broadside or slight quartering away/ heavy arrow. It has worked excellent for myself. 50-52#.
He is not slamming anyone. Get over it.
35# Hoyt GM limbs wanted.
getting old, want to shoot till i die. 50# bows for me. They kill, and are a pleasure to shoot.
great advice. love the pics.
I like you "old timers"
im one too.
and the PSE Drive lt pro series
yes, have room for me.
winner, winner walleye dinner.
turn down the #
right on bud.
i like the 26 second mark.
i everyone gonna be ok?
good greif guys!!!!!!!!!!!!
i think he has a brain cramp from playing hard.:wink:
Im opposite, i shoot 5 days a week usually about 20 arrows. Working on perfect form and concentration.
Overall, they did a nice job reveiwing the bows imo. From the few that ive shot in that group, id say they are spot on.
And if they didn't do the reveiws, peps would be pissy about that too.
No cons. Smooth draw cycle, solid wall, no vib, quick, accurate, and the best grip in the biz. Nice clean finish also.
Its a steal at 499.99.
Not to mention, most times they are clueless about the gear they carry.
the peps at my job that hunt, and think that i need to know every detail of every hunt they have.
Hard to disagree with the WB, its all good.
Shoot what you like, and enjoy.
So if i were to tell you that "big forkie" was number 2 on my "hit list", and i am expecting him at my go to "set up" you would'nt be impressed?
How old is your boy?
My only concern on the bows you mention is the mass weight. If your boy is small or slim, a bow over 4# can be a chore to handle.
rock on brother:thumbs_up