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    Bowtech Carbon Rose

    Any thoughts on Bowtech's Carbon Rose? I am interested in buying one.



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    The best thing to do is to go shoot as many different bows as you can. The right one will pick you. As far as the Carbon Rose it is a nice bow, personally I didn't like it and went with something else. Many ladies are shooting it and they love it. Bows are so very personal, go have fun and shoot a bunch.
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    I got one for my wife. It's a great bow. Very light, quiet, and easy to shoot.
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    Like Lilpooh I recommend shooting several different platforms first.
    You didn't give us much to go on in this your Second post here so that's the very best advice anyone could give you.

    Archery is fairly technical in nature and one can get involved as a just for fun kind of thing but the more one has an eye to detail, the better one can shoot.

    You need to know what you are trying to do and how much you can afford to invest.
    You will also gain ability and strength as you shoot more.

    In the beginning drawing a compound bow will be tough but the muscle group you use will strengthen quickly.
    There is a HUGE difference in the amount of effort needed to add only a few pounds to the draw weight.

    My GF started at 28 pounds. She was SHOCKED when she first tried to draw 40 pounds. She's no little girl either. She saw me drawing 67 lbs and thought 40 would be easy. NOT!!!
    She has settled at 38 pounds draw because she wants it to be fun. She can draw 40 but strains to do it.

    She started with an Infinite Edge because of it's wide range of adjust-ability without using a Bow Press.

    No reason for a lady to attempt obtaining the neck muscles like Michelle Obama has.

    Stay feminine my friend.
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    I have the carbon rose and it's the best bow I ever bought very light and quiet very easy draw great to shoot and I would recommend this bow to any women

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    Will do! Thanks so much

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    I went ahead and bought the bow! I love it! Thank you all for your input!

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    Congrats!
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    Awesome you will love it

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    Congrats on your new bow! I absolutely love my Carbon Rose! I got it last December, and have not been able to put it down since. Enjoy! And post up some pictures
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    Looks great!
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    Looks like a good bow. Bought my girlfriend the heartbreaker which was was 2013 womans model from Bowtech. Seems great. The only issue was the 40lb draw. She still cannot draw the bow so now I am trying to sell it so I can get her something with lower poundage.

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