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    the new bowtech carbon knight is here

    just found it off of their twitter sight woo hoo
    http://ow.ly/i/2vG8m/original



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    now we just need some specs!

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    Nice looking bow
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    Awesome! Specs please........................ ..................damn well better shoot 400 fps or it's a clunker. And Scott e can finally set himself free hahahahaha!

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    Refrigeration is for cool guys.

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    Here's the pic
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    is it a carbon riser? why else would they call it the carbon knight!!!

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    I would love to know the specs looks like a carbon d340 with cable slide
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    Need specs!

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    No overdrive binary's? Im kinda disappointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BP1992 View Post
    Need specs!
    x1000!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nimh View Post
    No overdrive binary's? Im kinda disappointed.
    me too, i wonder if it just carbon core limbs.

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    looks like my old destroyer 340,man I loved that bow

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    I love the riser design. For a moment, it made me think of a Mathews bow and I started craving maple syrup. I think they are going to sell a lot of those.

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    I Like the look of that bow.I always wanted a Invasion,maybe i will buy this as my next bow...Grizz
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    Looks BA.If the 3.2lbs and 330+ibo are correct Im intrested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrizzlyMan1980 View Post
    I Like the look of that bow.I always wanted a Invasion,maybe i will buy this as my next bow...Grizz
    You already have 2 new bows coming


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    As much as I want to sell my 2012 invasion to get one, I think I am going to wait a year til I get one ... it does look BA
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    If this is the bow then I think they will have another winner.
    A carbon riser at a reasonable price will open up a whole new option for the bowhunter.
    At a rumored 3.2lbs this bow will be a joy to carry through the woods.
    Ours have shipped and we'll know Weds the 10th when ours are scheduled to arrive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod Savini View Post
    You already have 2 new bows coming


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    No yoke tuning and no flex riser. Seems they went backwards in technology except for the carbon riser.
    3.2 lbs might be a curse more than one thinks. In a few months, after all the new wears off, I'll pay attention to the reviews.
    The d340 was a great bow, but 3.2 lbs will be hard to hold steady.
    We'll see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zmanastronomy View Post
    No yoke tuning and no flex riser. Seems they went backwards in technology except for the carbon riser.
    3.2 lbs might be a curse more than one thinks. In a few months, after all the new wears off, I'll pay attention to the reviews.
    The d340 was a great bow, but 3.2 lbs will be hard to hold steady.
    We'll see.
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    Nice looking bow, but I have reservations about the strength of the riser.

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    Ill keep my Invasion
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    heres a snip

    i noticed you cant right click-save the image, heres a full size snip..
    good looking bow, id like to test drive one!
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