Finally got into archery this year. With the short rifle season in washington this year it had to be done. After talking with a couple folks on here, i went to talk to tony at kodiak archery outside of spokane,wa. He let me shoot everything he had but nothing felt "right" to me. Really great guy, never met anyone like him. He told me about another bow that he didn't have and sent me to another outfiiter, I shot it and fell in love. Ended up with the tomcat by bowtech. It's weird that being new and never being in contact with bows, that that one just felt right. The only problem I have is that tony fitted me at a 29.5 draw but the other outfitter fit me at 28. Of course the other guy didn't have a 28 so he said he trusted tony so he put in a 29.5 module. Of course they can be changed but who do you believe when you are new? Tony did the left fist against the wall and face towards it and the other did the arrow test(both hands straight together in front of you. So I guess what I'm saying is that I'm really happy with the bow, glad I waited until I found one I think feels right but I'd like to know, how were you measured in draw length? Thanks
idahofowler wrote: i can shoulder a gun faster than anyone i know. i try to let the people i'm hunting with have the first shot because i can clean house even if i fire last. with instinct shots, no one beats me.