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I may have to have knee surgery and have my hunting bow ready to go, but with the possiable surgery I thought that maybe a nice light weight bow would be in order( I have to walk about one mile into my stands ) I'am thinking of a Jennings Rackmaster, it weighs little over 3.5 lbs before you add the goodies! I would perfer a two cam bow but in the lighter bows that won't cost an arm and a leg that is about all I can find!! I'am not saying that's a bad choice but was wondering if any body else had any other suggestions or had shot this model before!!! tthanks
 

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Hey buddy..... any excuse to buy another bow

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You'll only talking about a pound or two. If that is going to make a big difference on your hike in you should probably be sitting at home watching the ball game... But if that's not an option.....

Take out that 6 foot hoagie sandwich you take to the stand with you and go hunt.... I would hunt with the bow I know and go lighter in the pack :p No use spending a couple of hundred when in a few months you'll be good as new
 

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Parker Ultrilight 2.9 pounds

Check out parker UltraLite 2.9 # Fast 240 Feed per secondIBO 310 FPS

a sweet short light dream bow


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