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Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Bucks County, PA
Is it really any different than the Compound Bow?
I started out years ago using a Recurve Bow, (Hoyt Pro Hunter)
My current Bow is a Bowtech Admiral which shoots a whole lot faster than the Hoyt.
So the point you make now could have been mmade about the Compound when they were introduced back then.
One of the original Compounds was made by Allen Archery, it was a 4 wheel Compound soon to glorified by Jennings with the Aerostar
also had 4 wheels.
The Allen advertisement pictured a Hunter with a Black Bear he harvested and the punch line was the Arrow went through the Bear
like a Hot Knife though Butter.
Back then I was against the Compound with the weight let off and the speeds produced just like I was against the Crossbow until my shoulders got to bad to shoot
a vertical Bow.
So if ya can't beat em join em and so I did back then and bought a Jennings T Star 2 wheel Compound.
And this year I bought a Ravin Crossbow.
It's called Progress and not much we can do about it. Would you like to go back to a Rotary Phone?
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