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    Redhead Compound Bows

    I have no interest in them, but was curious who manufacturers the Redhead bow line for Bass Pro?



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    I think and could be totaly wrong.. as i dont have a bass pro near by.. and havent really seen the Redhead line.. but I thought I heard Bowtech or was it Parker?? Hell I guess I dont know.. sorry for waisting 5 secounds of your life..

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    bowtech/diamond Thats the reason you see all these rehead packages that are decked out with all octane accessories.

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    Current models are by Diamond.

    Previous years, some Redhead bows were made by Parker (XSC models) and Reflex/Hoyt (XP models).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stash View Post
    Current models are by Diamond.

    Previous years, some Redhead bows were made by Parker (XSC-33 and Micro XSC) and Reflex (Hoyt) XP series
    Correct.
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    in the past years the have had a different company every year design thier bows. They've had hoyt, Parker and currently Bowtech/Diamond.

    But buddy let me tell you not to look down on them cause of the name. I owned the Kryptic from '08 and WOW. That bow was smooth, quiet, accurate, not blistering fast but my hunting arrows were about 290 and my 3D set up was about 300. They are solid bows
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stash View Post
    Current models are by Diamond.

    Previous years, some Redhead bows were made by Parker (XSC models) and Reflex/Hoyt (XP models).
    I have not paid enough attention to the Diamond bows. Are the Redheads different bows made by Diamond, or are they Diamond bows with a different paint job and name?

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    diamond bows are single cam bowtechs.
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    sorry i misread your post. the Redhead are different bows made by diamond. Usually if you look you can see they're a combo of several different styles from the manufacture, they may use the riser design from this model, limb pockets form that model, etc. But Diamond designed from head to toe
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    Quote Originally Posted by heilman181 View Post
    I have not paid enough attention to the Diamond bows. Are they different bows made by Diamond, or are they Diamond bows with a different paint job and name?
    They appear to be different bows than the regular diamonds. I know last year they had a redhead bow that did 336ibo witha 6' brace. I didnt see any diamonds with that ibo.

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    That was the Kryptic Pro, Its brace was 6. It goes with what I mentioned about using different traits form the other Diamond models. You get different specs form what the Brand Name designer offers even though the redhead is technically the same Brand Name designer
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    Every single year they get noted as among the best $ for $. IN fact it's the lower-end model that gets the most "best bang for the buck" awards.

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