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  1. My drawweight is currently 45 lbs. Should my new bow have 40-50, or 50-60?

    General Archery Discussion
    Hi all, I started shooting compound a few months ago, and I got a compound bow with 45 lbs of draw weight. This feels fine, but I'm buying a new bow, and I'm wondering whether I should get a 40-50 lbs or 50-60 lbs bow. My thinking is that I can probably shoot 50 lbs without too much problem...
  2. Machined Supreme High Country - Ready to Hunt - Cheap

    Hunting Bows
    I have no use for this bow and I'm tired of it taking up room. Bow is hunt ready, needs nothing, selling for cheap, you cover shipping. Located in 17857 Northumberland Pa. 50-60 lbs 28-29 in draw If interested, pm me or text me, 570-850-5522 Was asking $425 Obo now asking $250 obo
  3. WTB youth compond bow 40 to 50lbs 24" draw complete set up would be nice.

    Want to buy (WTB) or Want to trade (WTT) Bows?
    I finally got a commitment from my buddy to get his kid a bow and his 14th birthday is May 8th so I need some help. I would like a bow that has adjustable draw length on the cam instead of modules. I have been looking at the parker buckshot and the PSE chaos. He is looking to spend around...
  4. True OR False? A bow performs its best at its peak draw weight?

    General Archery Discussion
    Looking for some answers... I have been shooting bows for roughly 10 years and have always heard the same thing, a bow performs its best at its max weight. So I myself has always ordered a 70lbs bow and maxed it out at the 70lbs. Believing that this is in fact true and hoping to get the most out...
  5. '08 Martin Bengal 55-70 lbs

    Hunting Bows
    I'm selling my 2008 Martin Bengal, 55-70 lbs. fully adjustable draw length with different modules (all included). **A set of new cables were installed in January 2010 and a new string was literally just installed two weeks ago because I nicked the other new string with my broadhead during...
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