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What Bow????

Postby Lynch-mob-man » Tue Mar 20, 2007 4:21 pm

Hey guys i am 15 i have a bow which is old but i have killed deer with it. I have shot alot of bows my favorites would be 1. Reflex ridgeline 2. Mathews drenaline and last bowtech liberty. which would be the better bow???
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Postby skybuster20ga » Tue Mar 20, 2007 5:09 pm

def not the mathews. not because of the other reasons ive posted be but beacuse you 15 and there is no adjustable draw legnth. you are boud to grow a little more. let me rephrase that, you can change the draw a but its costly. new mods. i believe the reflex is adjustable but the have a soft wall. ide go w/ the bowtech......perhaps the tribute instead of the liberty
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Postby choclab » Tue Mar 20, 2007 11:25 pm

I am gonna have to disagree with you Sky. I have been shooting a Reflex Buckskin for 4 years and I can't say enough good things about it. It have a pretty decent valley and the back wall is pretty decent too. I have shot alot of Bowtechs (friend owns a shop) and they are a great bow....but the price isn't very user friendly. I would go with the Reflex for right now. You can always up-grade later. The only bow that I like shooting more than my Reflex is a Ross. They are a fantastic company with a great product (but your gonna pay for it). I would also look into the Fred Bear Instinct. That bow has ALOT of high end features with a very, very user friendly price. What is your draw length and what poundage are you pulling any way kiddo?
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Postby skybuster20ga » Wed Mar 21, 2007 7:36 pm

i agree bowtech is expensive...ross is decent but i dont think they have been out long enough.........besides who makes ross haha. my buddy ahs a reflex, not fair to them but the only one ive shot and it had a soft wall.... i was just lookin At the "grow bow advantage"......ive shot since i was three and know that it sux to grow out of it. i still stick w/ the bowtech now and ive shot and won w/ all of them
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Postby mjl927 » Wed Aug 15, 2007 12:59 pm

I'd go with the Reflex. Hoyt owns Reflex. The Reflex bows are pretty much the same thing as the Hoyts. I own a Hoyt Razortech and love it. But I sometimes wish I would have saved a bit of money and got the near-equivalent Reflex model...which I think just happens to be the Ridgeline.
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