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  1. New Crossbow Users Questions / FAQ
    I want to buy my fiancé a crossbow for Christmas. He has shot before but has never owned one. My concern will be his safety, while I know his concern would be quality (anything he buys he wants it to perform well, and last as long as possible). With all that said I’m hoping to find the right bow...
  2. Crossbow Forum - General Crossbow Discussion
    Hello! I’m new to crossbows and don’t really know where to start, I’m looking for a decent quality, budget crossbow, preferably a recurve instead of a compound. For a reasonable price. Open to input! Thanks!
  3. General Archery Discussion
    Hey AT, hope this finds y'all well! I had a question regarding the flagship vs. budget bow debate. I did a little googling to see if I could find any particular arguments for/against choosing flagship over a cheaper bow, but couldn't find any answers for my specific conundrum. Where I deviate...
  4. General Archery Discussion
    My budget is $900 dollars, and I want some suggestions of bows I should try out. I'm looking at flagship models, because that's what I've owned recently (Mathews no cam, Bowtech prodigy).
  5. General Archery Discussion
    Been looking at some bowfishing videos and it looks so fun! I want to get into the sport but Im going to need some guidance helping me choose my first bow. I like how the compounds look and shoot, very modern and looks durable. Now the recurve bows im not really a big fan of. They just dont...
  6. DIY Equipment
    I call it, the SpeedHunter V1.2! i will post a picture of my sketch later, but i am making a 12 arrow quiver that can hold up to 12 different arrows. it's a budget piece, so i use home depot excessively! it's basically 12 pvc tubes in a 4x3 arrangement, and foam inserts in the bottom. (will...
  7. F.I.T.A, N.A.A., Collegiate Archery, And J.O.A.D.
    Hey folks, I'm a 16 year old trying to take up olympic archery. I've been shooting since I was 6, but have only moved up to Olympic-style archery for a year. Since I can't really afford coaching, I've been relying on the advice of friends and friends of friends who shoot on a national level. My...
  8. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    My 18 year old daughter is begging me to get her a bow so she can start shooting & eventually bow hunting with me. It truly excites me that she's interested in the sport, but at the same time I'm a little concerned about getting her properly setup on our limited budget (preacher pay & four kids...
  9. F.I.T.A, N.A.A., Collegiate Archery, And J.O.A.D.
    Shibuya DX Plunger Button vs Avalon Classic Button, the 7 dollar plunger Those of you who regularly check in on alternative services may have noticed the appearance of a new budget plunger button. It is labeled the Avalon Classic Button, and from a quick glance appears to be nearly identical to...
  10. General Archery Discussion
    I have around 650 to spend on a bow for hunting and target shooting. What do you all think?
  11. Hunting Bows
    Bear Lights Out, 60-70#, Right Handed, Very good to excellent condition for a 2008 or 2009 bow. Will sell bare bow for $185.00. If you want me to include some basic sights, a quiver, and drop away rest you can have it for $215. Prices are TYD. Bow shoots nice and quiet. It would make a...
  12. General Archery Discussion
    Hey, I've been trying to find a damn good budget crossbow. I've had the cheap 150 pound mankung recurve crossbow and the sa sports empire terminator. I really want to find one that is accurate, reliable and cheap. I am looking at under two hundred dollars.
  13. General Archery Discussion
    So, I have a 150$ budget for a drop-away rest and I narrowed it down to the Limbdriver Pro-V and the trophy Ridge Revolution. Which should I get?
  14. General Archery Discussion
    Hey guys my name is Gabe Donat, I've been a ghost on here as of late. A little background on me since I'm sure 99% of you have never heard of me. I've worked as an archery tech for some of the nations top archery retailers for the last 7 years and have been shooting for over 15 years. I wanted...
  15. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    I've seen lots of threads that have budget gear popping up in them, but I thought it might be helpful to have one thread where people reference back to and post new gear. I'm always looking for good gear at an affordable price! Let's see the gear!
  16. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    I have seen lots of different threads on here suggesting budget-friendly gear, but thought it might be good to have one thread where everyone can post their gear suggestions. I myself have found a thing or 2, but am always looking for good gear at a good price. Let's see the stuff!
  17. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    What are some hunting budget savers you folks have used throughout the years ie using unscented normal detergent instead of the expensive hunting stuff, butchering your own deer, heck I've even heard of making your own camos. Any idea big or small I'd love to hear.
  18. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    I'm sure like most of you guys I'd like nothing more than to have 20-30 Reconix cameras scattered through the woods. The reality is I can't afford that :cry: . Over the last few years my hunting buddies and I have been slowly increasing the number of our camera's typically with the $250 models...
  19. General Archery Discussion
    Alright guys, looking for a little help in selecting a new bow. I am pretty limited on what I can shoot as my draw length is only 25" so most bows are thrown out based off of that criteria. Also I am on a budget of about $500. Right now I am looking at a 2010 Darton Pro 3500 (New in Box) for...
  20. Hunting Bows
    "Bowhunt on a Budget" Package, includes: Pearson Spoiler Cam - Draw Weight: 55-70lbs; Draw Length: Adjustable, currently set at 30"; RIGHT HAND SHOOTER; original owners manual included 2 peep sights 2 piece quiver capable of holding up to 8 arrows X Ring Silicone stabilizer Cobra Easy Slide...
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