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    2011 Bow Review: Winchester Quicksilver 34!!! (VIDEO)

    Here's the full review on the Winchester Quicksilver34


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    Great review...Bow sounds really quiet.
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    Center Shot Tool is cool...be nice if more bows came with this type of tool.
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    Thanks Ike.
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    Thanks for the review!

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    Wish I could watch the video, the web filter at work removes it. It is good to see a familiar name brand in outdoors that should have the resources to bring some new tech to the table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SierraMtns View Post
    Great review...Bow sounds really quiet.
    x2 i agree

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    Check out this camo...like he said, it's very subtle

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    Looks good, Very quiet

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    I love watching your reviews. Keep it up buddy. I see you have a bowtech invation hanging behind you. Cant wait to see your review on that one.

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    Nice review for an abrasive carnivore like you Ike, Ha. Not only quiet, but sure seems to sit in place nice at the shot. That centershot tool is kick booty!
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    Looks a lot like a new breed to me! I'm just saying!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Everson View Post
    I love watching your reviews. Keep it up buddy. I see you have a bowtech invation hanging behind you. Cant wait to see your review on that one.
    Thanks, I appreciate it. The Invasion is next on my list
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    That is really good speed for a 27.5 inch draw length. It looks to just sit in your hand after the shot. I could hear your kids in the background. LOL But that looks like an awesome bow. Do you have more videos of your hunts on you tube. I would like to see more.

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    Thanks for the review, keep up the good work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Everson View Post
    That is really good speed for a 27.5 inch draw length. It looks to just sit in your hand after the shot. I could hear your kids in the background. LOL But that looks like an awesome bow. Do you have more videos of your hunts on you tube. I would like to see more.
    I have over 200 video on youtube and my website. Mostly reviews and how-to but there are a couple of hunts. I took a doe on film this year and a 130" buck on film last year. It's tough filming myself but I have gotten lucky a couple of time and pulled it off. The website and youtube page are in my signature.
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    Maybe its me but I though 298 was slow for a 350 grain arrow at 70lbs. Using the Calculator that only equates to an IBO of 327. Am I looking at this wrong. Bow is very quiet even without a stab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPR79 View Post
    Wish I could watch the video, the web filter at work removes it. It is good to see a familiar name brand in outdoors that should have the resources to bring some new tech to the table.
    From my understandng that from a tech standpoint Winchester isn't involved other than in name and $$$. This bow is supposed to pretty dang good for their first attempt, and is designed by a group of hardcore bow hunters looking to make innovative, reliable, accurate bow. I shot it at a pro shop in central KS and I was impressed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KSwhitetails View Post
    From my understandng that from a tech standpoint Winchester isn't involved other than in name and $$$. This bow is supposed to pretty dang good for their first attempt, and is designed by a group of hardcore bow hunters looking to make innovative, reliable, accurate bow. I shot it at a pro shop in central KS and I was impressed.
    The name of the company is Falcon Outdoors I believe. It looks to me that they are just using the Winchester name. Licensing it maybe like the treestand knives and other stuff that carries the name but is not made by Winchester.

    I talked with Richard today and he said the strings will be served where it contacts the string stop. Mine was one of the first bows to go out and was sent before they got the strings that were served correctly.l
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Joe Buck View Post
    Looks a lot like a new breed to me! I'm just saying!

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    Richard had a hand in New Breed at one time. I am not sure what his role was there but he was there at the beginning. He also designed the Iron Mace and the Speed pro for HCA. I see aspects of all these bows in the Quicksilver. In my opinion that is not a bad thing. I love both the NBA and HCA bows. I hunted with a Nemesis and a Speed Pro last year.
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    Nice Review!
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    WOW, that is quiet!!!!
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    That looks like a sweet new bow- nice review. I'd like to see one in person for the quiet! Gaurdian type quiet??
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    Great review!

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