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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxhunter View Post
    If your coming to Utah go to Wilde Arrow in Centerville that have quite a few 2011's at very good prices!
    MaxHunter thank you. I will try them out. I am looking at trading my old bow, do you happen to know if they take trades?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WyoBowhunter View Post
    MaxHunter thank you. I will try them out. I am looking at trading my old bow, do you happen to know if they take trades?
    Sorry they don't do trades. Just a recommendation stay away from Salt Lake Archery there prices are very high. I've sold a few used bows with Hector in Green River. I'd put your bow on KSL it's free. Good luck!
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    Bowtech Assasin hands down fast comes fully equipped accurate and $599.99
    2012 Bowtech Insanity CPXL
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    GT Velocity 300's tipped with 125 Shuttle t's weighing 490 grains!!

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    Look at a PSE G3 it $599. I think it looks like a prety good looking bow.

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    Thanks for your recommendation MaxHunter. I will stay away from SLC archery, I have heard that about them. I actually bought the current bow from hector but do to some bad experience with my bow I have moved on to other dealers. I always am forgetting about ksl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvarcher View Post
    Bowtech Assasin hands down fast comes fully equipped accurate and $599.99
    I really am a Hoyt addict so it's going to take a lot to get me away from them. How are bow tech compared to Hoyt? I have been curious about them and Mathews.

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    Those are the big three. Ford Chevy dodge. They all make great trucks just what you are loyal to and what you want to be seen driving in. Same goes with bows. What's most comfortable and what you want to say you own. (I drive a Chevrolet and shoot a Hoyt) but In all honesty they are all great bows. You wouldn't go wrong with any of them.

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    I shoot a Limbsaver Proton, which is available on Ebay for between $550 and $650 brand new. I have shot many of the newest bows out there and narrowed my search down to the Hoyt Element, Elite Hunter and Limbsaver Proton. Being a college student as well had me questioning my sanity if I were to unload on the Hoyt ($1,200, really?!), and I in no way "settled" on the Proton. This sucker is a hammer. Good solid wall, great adjustments for poundage, zero string creep, and the finish has taken a beating. Oh yeah, it's 3.8 pounds, totally quiet and totally dead-in-hand, too, which was a big selling point. For the price it really is tough to beat. One final plus: speed. My 440 grain aramid flies at 286 fps when it's set at 70 pounds (30" draw length). Broadheads love this thing!

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    I shoot a 2011 rampage but I don't use a stabilizer. And my whole setup comes in close weight with the element with a stabilizer on it. A lot of the same technology used on their big bows. But a magnesium riser. I love my rampage I'm a short draw length. 26.5 and with a 70 pound d.w it flings my 400 grain arrows at 285 f.p.s. I don't regret the purchase one bit and don't know if I would trade for any other bow out there. Its very forgiving. And smooth as butter p.m me your email and i can send you some pics.

    Also keep an eye on archerytalk.com I picked up a fully setup crx for my brother in law for 500.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OR Archer View Post
    There are a some good bows in that price range. PSE Revenge, PSE Vendetta, Mission Venture, Hoyt Rampage XT, and Hoyt Rampage. Id recommend any of these bows. All are of high quality and easy to tune and shoot.
    Why don't you check into the Martin Bow Company and see what they have to offer you for cost efficiency.

 

 

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