So I had some good feedback from my other threads on ok bows so I thought I would share my next venture with ok archery. As most lefties that shoot ok bows know the ok smoke is not available in left hand BUT after tinkering a bit I've decided it's not a big deal. Why? because we have the absolute. A 37 1/2" axle to axle 7 1/2" brace height 315 ibo in a bow that's only 3.8 pounds ... Sounds like a dream hunting bow to me. I have a bit of hunting experience as I grew up hunting white tail out of a tree stand and was an alaska big game professional hunting guide for a better part of my life guiding hunters on species from kodiak brown bear to dall sheep to giant alaska/yukon moose. I seen all the setups for bows for hunting from the shorties for tree stands to longbows. My personal preference has always been accuracy above all else. I've
pretty much hunted with target bows for the last ten years so the absolute is to me a logical choice as it is a balance of speed, light weight and arguably one of the most accurate on the market today.