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I'm thinking about buying a slayer, has anyone shot one of these bows? how forgiving are they. Ive saw one when I was at redding back in may, It looked good , but I'm wondering how it shoots, I bought a black max, and its a challange to shoot.
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Totally awesome bow. At 28" 47lb I'm getting 311fps IBO legal. I've shot field rounds in the mid 550's and 300 29X vegas rounds with the same bow. I couldn't ask for any more out of a bow. Very quiet with no hand shock.
 

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The bow seems to have an inherant ability to remain on target better than most bows (aims effortlessly). It can be set-up very fast too. I hunt with mine and it shoot great. I have B-Nitrous X cam on it. I think it is an awsome shooting bow. I have been tempted to set it up for target shooting but never wanted to mess with the hunting setup. So I recently got a Shadowcat to try out for target. :tongue:
 

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The bow seems to have an inherant ability to remain on target better than most bows (aims effortlessly). It can be set-up very fast too. I hunt with mine and it shoot great. I have B-Nitrous X cam on it. I think it is an awsome shooting bow. I have been tempted to set it up for target shooting but never wanted to mess with the hunting setup. So I recently got a Shadowcat to try out for target. :tongue:


Concur! I've shot the Slayr and its one sweet shooting machine. You won't be disappointed. :D
 
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