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Thread: Bowtech Carbon Rose

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    Bowtech Carbon Rose

    As stated Bowtech Carbon Rose who has one what are they like tell me more the wife saw it and now she wants one but being here in Australia we don't really have pro shops that sell a lot of Bowtech bows.

    Mathews helim 70#, cbe sight, qad hdx, axion stablizer
    Easton axis n fuse carbon 340
    muzzy 3 blades 125g
    helim nation


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    My wife is in the process of testing a lot of bows for her next one. She shot the carbon knight in her specs and it would be the same (draw) as the rose. She did not like it nearly as much as she liked the creed XS or chill. She thought the draw was stiff out the gate. Once back it rolled over a bit more then she liked but she thought the valley was alright. She did say there was more vibration in it then the charger and creed XS and chill too.
    John's Custom Prostaff { no other string is even close }

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    My wife just got a carbon rose and she really likes it. She hadn't shot a bow in probably 1.5 yrs and was shooting really well at 20 yards right from the start.
    Chris Christenson
    Obsession Archery

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    Ok cool 1 for yes 1 for no lol cheers for your reply.
    Mathews helim 70#, cbe sight, qad hdx, axion stablizer
    Easton axis n fuse carbon 340
    muzzy 3 blades 125g
    helim nation

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    Carbon knight has larger cams than the carbon rose, I assure you its plenty smooth. Its a fantastic bow, the ladies around here love em!
    Bowtech - Prime - Quest - Bear - Vaportrail - CBE - Sure Loc - Bee Stinger - SKY Archery

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    Bought my daughter one for her birthday, she loves it, no vibe, she didn't know what to think about the grip at first but after shooting it for awhile she found the grip very repeatable. All I can tell is that she shoots it lights out.

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