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Dreamcatcher or Rio Bravo?

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Martin all the way....it's simply a great bow!
 

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Rio Bravo refers to a color/wood scheme that is offered in all Great Plains bows. Which Great Plains model are you looking at?
 

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**Rio Bravo refers to a color/wood scheme that is offered in all Great Plains bows. Which Great Plains model are you looking at?

I am looking at the "B" model 60" one piece or the Original, I havent totally decided on either one yet. I think I like the Original better though.
 

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Either one should be great, but if I had a choice I would pic the Great Plains.:eek:
 

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the dreamcatcher is a first class bow.

i cannot speak for the GP as i never shot/owned GP recurve but i do have a dreamcatcher and it will stay with me.

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Rick,arent you worried about scratching your bows leaning them on the 'vette like that?:eyebrows:
 

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If you're wanting a 1 piece recureve I'd get a Fedora 560. It's the best 1 piece bow made.

Between the Martin and Great Plains I'd go with the Dreamcatcher. I've shot a few Great Plains 1 piece bows and IMO they're slow and loud.
 

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If you're wanting a 1 piece recurve I'd get a Fedora 560 Hunter. It's the best 1 piece bow made.

Between the Martin and Great Plains I'd go with the Dreamcatcher. I've shot a few Great Plains 1 piece bows and IMO they're slow and loud.
 
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