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i have a short draw 25.5 or 26 thinking of bow tec dont know much about them ?have had alpine have a mathews now not happy with it a-- hole (pro) cant read a tape set it up wrong i know its not the bow but blew my shoulder out on it .just dont feel right now more .
 

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I would go with the allegiance at 26" draw your not going to a bow faster that is more comfortable.
 

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psychobubba,
You might also want to checkout the Newberry Line of bows. They have some really sweet shooting bows at reasonale prices. The Newberry Sabre is my favorite in the line. :)

http://www.newberrybows.com

These bows are also designed so that you can take them apart in the field Without a Bow Press, all that is needed is an Allen Wrench!


Dick

 

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grandpawrichard said:
psychobubba,
You might also want to checkout the Newberry Line of bows. They have some really sweet shooting bows at reasonale prices. The Newberry Sabre is my favorite in the line. :)

http://www.newberrybows.com

These bows are also designed so that you can take them apart in the field Without a Bow Press, all that is needed is an Allen Wrench!


Dick


Just wondering, the Sabre on their website excludes the saying that you don't need a bow press to take apart. Can you? Or is their something different about the Sabre?
 

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tnks for the input :teeth: have not made up my mind ,might wait till 2006 are out and see what is new . :thumbs_up
 

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If you have shoulder problems, you might just need to drop a lot of poundage or get a smooth drawing bow. The HP cam system from Mathews on the LX, Outback, and Ovation are really really smooth on the draw.
 
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