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And I was going to get him to join here but he never will now.
And Uncle Ted knows how to Poach too!
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Ted Nuggent shoots 50 pounds on pretty much all his bows with two blade broadheads. And Uncle Ted knows how to Poach too!
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Ya, definitely shoot a bunch first. I took a un-supervised visit to Cabellas yesterday (bad idea).. Anyways I have been wanting a bow for a while and been shooting some of my friends, couple different model Matthews... Ended you shooting 4 different bows there (PSE (2 different models), Bear and Diamond), and a ton of arrows... Ended up shooting the best with a Bear Charge. Picked up the package for $400 (quiver, sights, level, stabilizer and all the other bells and whistles). Tried different draw lengths (he measured me, then we changed them a bunch) ended up at 27" and 60lbs. Got some gold tip arrows (they cut them down and got them all setup for me), a nice trigger release, field tips and string wax. Then after everything was set he helped me adjust my peep and pins and even gave me kinda brief tutorial on proper form and anchor points. Glad they spent the time with me, had I just picked up a bow off ebay like I was going to it probably never would have been setup for me properly! Needless to say I will be practicing on squirrels and ready for bow season next year!
Opinoins are great and PSE may be the bow for you but that is your opinion. By all means shoot a PSE and check it out, just make sure you shoot plenty of bows before you purchase one.
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