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    #1 Bear Archery Cruzer 29" draw 60# pull
    - Carbon Express Maxima Red 350 arrows (32") 100grn field points or CE lung busters
    #2 Browning Wasp 50# recurve
    - Easton carbon arrows 100grn field points

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    2014 Obsession Phoenix 29.5/70
    Black Eagle carnivores
    Hogwire strings
    Black Gold ascent

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    Shotgun, rifle and a 4 wheel drive! BrotherRockeye's Avatar
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    Finally found the Mathews Legacy I've been watching for.

    More compact than the old Safari and I'm gettin too old to shoot metal tipped fence posts @ 80+#s

    Still have to set it up and build arrows but the winter is long in N Sk.
    We're kin cuz we shoot! What we shoot, and what we shoot at, shouldn't matter!

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    Still shooting my High Country Safari with Easton aluminum 2315's at 68lbs, can't remember what broad heads. Bought it in the mid 90's. I've been thinking for a few years it would be nice to get it restrung but don't know of anyone local doing it anymore. Have to admit the new ones are pretty slick but don't see any reason to spend a pile of money on something to replace one that works fine. I'm pretty much out of arrows though, can't afford to wreck anymore
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    I have 2 Mathews Switchbacks, and an Elite Energy 35.
    Quad drop away rests
    Carbon Express Maxima reds
    Montec G5 Broadheads, Slicktricks
    Hoyt sights

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    Shotgun, rifle and a 4 wheel drive! BrotherRockeye's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ifly View Post
    Still shooting my High Country Safari with Easton aluminum 2315's at 68lbs, can't remember what broad heads. Bought it in the mid 90's. I've been thinking for a few years it would be nice to get it restrung but don't know of anyone local doing it anymore. Have to admit the new ones are pretty slick but don't see any reason to spend a pile of money on something to replace one that works fine. I'm pretty much out of arrows though, can't afford to wreck anymore
    My Safari has run through a pile of animals since I bought it. 2317's with Bear Razors @ 82#.
    I got the Legacy for a song otherwise the Safari would still be #1.
    60x can supply string and harness and they are easy to make a press for.
    We're kin cuz we shoot! What we shoot, and what we shoot at, shouldn't matter!

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    I own and have successfully​ hunted deer with a excalibur phoenix crossbow.

    It took me less than 30 minutes to master.

    Such is the beautiful thing about the crossbow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deerbeargrouse View Post
    I own and have successfully​ hunted deer with a excalibur phoenix crossbow.

    It took me less than 30 minutes to master.

    Such is the beautiful thing about the crossbow.
    I have an old Barnett Commando that my non bow shooting buddies used to use when I was at my bow range daily.

    One pal in particular, who had never shot anything but his mouth off, mastered it in short order as well...

    OK city boy...stand here, put the dot there, thumb the safety, pull the trigger.
    We're kin cuz we shoot! What we shoot, and what we shoot at, shouldn't matter!

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