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I have owned ALMOST every brand of bow there is. I recently sold my highly acclaimed Hoyt that I thought was JUNK (no offense guys!). It wasn't worth the $600+ I paid!
Anyway, I found the Pearson/McPhereson line....WOW! Anyone else ever shoot these? The quality is amazing!!
 

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It's the only bow line I shoot.I own the 38 special and the freedom.You are right, the quality is fantastic and the bows just feel great and shoots great.3 of my buddies also shoot the 38 specials and love them.The vib-x system is a great feature.Also the riser cutout is more than others giving you the ability to see the entire scope ring housing of your sight.The people at Pearson are also great to deal with.Great quality,great bow,to me you cant beat it.
 

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Pearson Bows

There a great qaulity bow. I saw and shot them a t Archery Trade show. 38 special is excellant bow. I feel this company will make a comeback in next few years.
 

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I bought a pearson 440 quad in February and have been really happy with it so far. After adding all the bells and whistles to make it my own, it shoots as well as I let it. Pretty reasonable too I paid 380.00 for a package deal.
 

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I used to have one of their older models King Cobra, very nice bow, used it for 3ds and it was super accurate, kinda fast , and didn't cost an arm and leg. wish they still made this one.
 

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I bought a Pearson a couple years ago and I liked it. My only complaint is the split limb thing they're in to. I prefer a solid limb on my bows.
 

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I shoot one now and love them. I'm really pondering buying a Diamondback.

The quality of Pearson is almost unreal. Fit and finish is awesome. They're definitely all I'm interested in shooting for a while.
 

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Monofletch,

What is your setup on the Pearson? Is it split or solid limbs? Rough Cost?
 
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