Best bow value???
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WHOA, buddy!!! Don't group Bowtech in with the "cheap" bows... They have some of the most cutting-edge products out on the market right now. Plus if you do a little shopping you'll see they're not exactly giving them away! Even my Diamond was about $650 when I bought it and that is Bowtech's "generic" line. With accessories it was right around $1000.To start, you'll need a bow, a sight, an arrow rest, a quiver, a peep sight, a stabilizer, silencers, a release, a bow case, and at least a half dozen cheap arrows (start with cheap ones because you will probably lose more than one). I also like a wrist strap but that is optional.
Jumping in here. ;)I'm not sure if I am going to get a Bow, but I have been thinking about it. Other than price being a factor, what are the differences between the expensive brands (Hoyt, Mathews etc) and the cheaper entry levels (PSE, Diamond, Bowtech).
Posted 27 December 2008 - 11:33 AM
Posted 27 December 2008 - 05:48 PM
OK, as you can see I am a newb when it comes to bows.I understand the whole go and shoot or try a bunch before you buy. Problem being I have no knowledge or starting point to go from. Other than letting some salesman sell me something I don't need so he can make a commission.
WHOA, buddy!!! Don't group Bowtech in with the "cheap" bows...
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Posted 04 March 2009 - 04:28 PM
Like I said above, great minds think alike fakaweeYou can ask 10 different guys the same question and get 10 different answers.The thing about bows is you usually get whast you pay for and you really need to find wich bow feels best/most comfortable to you. You can have the fastest bow,the lightest bow,the bow with the smoothest draw,you get the picture BUT if it isn't comfortable for you to shoot its not the right bow for you. I wont even tell you what bow I shoot( or the 5 that I owned before I found the one for me),because it really is not relevant to you. You should go to your local bow shop and shoot every bow he has in the price range you can aford if he is a reputable shop he wont mind helping you find the bow for you.Hope this helps,Ron
I used to shoot 3D tournaments at the Semi-Pro level for Mathews and BowTech. Both company's have top of the line equipment. My suggestion to you is go to a professional archery shop and have them temporarily set up a bow of your liking and to your measurements (very important) and shoot different bows before settling on one. Let's face it, if you pick the fastest, most powerful, shortest bow and you can't shoot it comfortably and accurately, you won't like the bow and definitely won't be able to hit squat! There are alot of bows out there-choose carefully!
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