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my new bow

Postby poor_duck » Wed Jan 09, 2013 6:35 pm

My new bow finally arrived took the pic at the archery shop i will add the new pic wen its done :wink:
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Re: my new bow

Postby duckdogger07 » Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:59 am

Is that the mathews creed? Looks sexy.
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Re: my new bow

Postby poor_duck » Thu Jan 10, 2013 9:22 am

i love it :smile:
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Re: my new bow

Postby 1080tommy » Fri Jan 11, 2013 9:31 am

I am thinking about this bow or the Hoyt Carbon Element. This bow looks really nice. I know you love it and was just wondering, how smooth the draw cycle it and what are your impressions of how quiet it is. Congrats on getting her, she looks real nice!!!
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Re: my new bow

Postby poor_duck » Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:39 am

they both are very good bows. the diffident is how comfortable of shooting them . i have the z7 ,z7 xtreme , heli m and now the creed for me they all quiet but the creed is so quiet the person near you wont notice you shot until your arrow hit the target really that how much is quite :yes: and the draw cycle very smooth to me my buddy and I have the same draw he draw back and it wasn't as smooth so again go shoot both before you bye any its not about the look its about you and how comfortable. good luck
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Re: my new bow

Postby 1080tommy » Fri Jan 11, 2013 8:20 pm

Thanks man! I am glad you like the bow. I have seen more Mathews Bashers since I have been searching for a new bow but everyone I have talked to that owns a Mathews, loves them. I will probably shoot a Creed, Heli-m, Carbon Element, and the Spyder 30. I think there is a winner in there somewhere.
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Re: my new bow

Postby bubba57 » Sat Jan 12, 2013 9:34 am

Good lookin bow. Hows it shoot?
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Re: my new bow

Postby poor_duck » Sat Jan 12, 2013 3:19 pm

bubba57 wrote:Good lookin bow. Hows it shoot?



first thank you
I really love this bow quiet and smooth and shoot very well. some say its not fast but to me i don't care much about speed it's more than fast to kill any animal its so quiet they wont hear it coming :wink: and again i'm not comparing any other bow they all good but i like what ever work for me and this one is :thumbsup:
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Re: my new bow

Postby bubba57 » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:02 am

poor_duck wrote:
bubba57 wrote:Good lookin bow. Hows it shoot?



first thank you
I really love this bow quiet and smooth and shoot very well. some say its not fast but to me i don't care much about speed it's more than fast to kill any animal its so quiet they wont hear it coming :wink: and again i'm not comparing any other bow they all good but i like what ever work for me and this one is :thumbsup:


I could'nt agree with you more. I've been shootin a bow since back in 70's(thats right! Im an old fart) I would much rather have a bow that feels good in my hands, draws smooth and quit, accurate, and just feels right when im shootin it, than one that shoots 340fps. All that speed means to me is that I'll be missing faster. I have 2 son inlaws that shoot bows that shoot well over 300 fps. They are always gigging me about my ol bow because it shoots well below 300 fps. But when we get together and shoot, my ol bow can put em the bulls eye just as well as theirs. Some times even better! Anyway I like the looks of your bow and glad its working for you.
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Re: my new bow

Postby poor_duck » Tue May 21, 2013 1:22 pm

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my first kill with my new bow
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Re: my new bow

Postby fisheggs33 » Wed Jun 26, 2013 9:27 am

Good sized gobbler you got there
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Re: my new bow

Postby poor_duck » Fri Jun 28, 2013 6:01 am

Taking first place in the Dartron steel challenge (winning me a Darton bow) and then the next day taking first place in the Iron Buck challenge (winning me a dozen arrows) at the Reinhart 100 archery shoot made this weekend amazing and memorable.
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