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    My new Bow - Strother Inspire

    Traded in my Bowtech Guardian for this Strother Inspire. After shooting this bow, it was an easy choice for me to make. Switched my sight to this bow, and five minutes later I was driving tacks. Bought a new Rip Cord Code Red to go with it.

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    Strother Inspire
    Gold Tip Kenetics 300
    Ripcord Code Red
    Tight Spot Quiver
    Black Gold Ascent
    Landshark by Simmons Sharks

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    Nice bow I liked the inspire as well.

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    Nice looking bow. The riser and limb pockets look eerily similar to some earlier model BowTech lines. Being from the west, you dont see these bows here very often.
    I hunt because......

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    Good looking bow, the main thing is you are shooting it well. Confidence in your shot can be everything when it comes to that hard to make shot.
    Shoot STR8

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    being confident in your equipment could make all the difference in the world, and help calm you a little when that critter with the BIG antler walks infront of you

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    Nice bow congrats on the new toy!

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    Sweet looking bow. I have heard a lot of good things about Strother bows. It's nice to find a bow that you feel comfortable with and have it driving tacks in a matter of minutes.

 

 

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