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Hey guys,

My dad was a ravenous bowhunter at one point but a minor shoulder injury has slowed him down a bit and he's steadily went out less and less. He hasn't had a new bow in almost 20 years so I just picked one up on Ebay. He's always wanted a High Country (I know, it's not what you or I would probably choose but he's always liked them) so I picked up a nice Max Force with hatchet cams for $90. I'm hoping the new bow will rejuvenate his interest.

My question is this: I've heard two-cam bows can be a bit easier on bad shoulders but that doesn't seem right to me vs. one-cam. Any ideas on if I made the right choice? Also, I'm a little worried about getting him a High Country after searching the archives here and reading some pretty negative reviews. He's not a champion archer just a good, solid bowhunting shot who makes clean, quick kills. He doesn't really need (or want) a Legacy, RazorTec, etc. Just something reliable, consistent and enjoyable.

Thanks for the help.
 

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Many years ago, I was shooting a High Country Machined Supreme. It was an excellent bow. If that is what he wants, then I am sure he will be happy.
 
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