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Thread: What the MOST FORGIVING HUNTING BOW made in the last few years?

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    Exclamation What the MOST FORGIVING HUNTING BOW made in the last few years?

    just curious to what you would say is the most forgiving bow and possibly why you think so?



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    well in my eyes it is definitely not the Z7!
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    elite z28 with it's 7 3/4" brace height, smooth draw, and rock solid wall

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    I'm shooting my 07 Commander better than any bow I have shot in years....and trust me thats a lot of bows. I like it so much it has the record for the most years I have hunted with any one bow. I don't know if it's the best because I haven't shot em' all.......but it was good enough to stop me from looking.
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    I would have to agree with you Stewart76

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadquiet View Post
    I'm shooting my 07 Commander better than any bow I have shot in years....and trust me thats a lot of bows. I like it so much it has the record for the most years I have hunted with any one bow. I don't know if it's the best because I haven't shot em' all.......but it was good enough to stop me from looking.
    Thats for sure one of the best ever!

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    I deer hunt what do you do ?

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    I'm gonna say the Z7 or the SBXT.
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    Haven't shot them all, but the SBXT seems the most forgiving to me.

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    Z7, SBXT,S2, Axe7, Maxxis31, Alphamax... on & on. Lots of forgiving bows on the market. Pick one that you shoot well.
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    this might be a stupid question but why dose a bow with a longer brace hight be considered "more forgiving" i thought more forgiving would mean a faster bow, like if you mis judge a deers yardage a bow shooting 330fps is more forgiving than a bow shooting 290fps..maby im wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadquiet View Post
    I'm shooting my 07 Commander better than any bow I have shot in years....and trust me thats a lot of bows. I like it so much it has the record for the most years I have hunted with any one bow. I don't know if it's the best because I haven't shot em' all.......but it was good enough to stop me from looking.
    Thats why I'm still shooting mine!

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    Mathews Ovation with 8 1/8 " Brace .No need for a stabilizer and still rock solid. Best no warm up cold shot bow I have ever owned.

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    DXT, If I can shoot fairly good with it, it must be forgiving and you guys would be able to drive tacks with it.
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    BT General! Thought my MQ 32 was nice, till this past year.

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    I shoot Elite now, but I have to say the SBXT as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by wstribrny View Post
    Bowtech General... 8 inch brace height.....

    +1, by far the best shooting and forgiving bow out there !!!

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    Exceed 300 so far my most forgiving hunting bow!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mathew_ View Post
    this might be a stupid question but why dose a bow with a longer brace hight be considered "more forgiving" i thought more forgiving would mean a faster bow, like if you mis judge a deers yardage a bow shooting 330fps is more forgiving than a bow shooting 290fps..maby im wrong.
    This term generally is refering more forgiving in mistakes or bad form. Instead of forgivness in terms or yardage miscalculations.
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    of course these opinions have no bias ..i would have to say that the sbxt is the most forgiving bow i have ever shot

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    Every body that shoots my Xforce HF6 simply cant believe how forgiving it is. I have to give a nod to... well any bow that is set up and tuned correctly for the archer.

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    Come on now fellas lets not forget about the Mathews Legacy!
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