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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-10-2011, 06:52 PM Thread Starter
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Parker Enforcer versus Bush Wacker

Bought an Enforcer last year for my 12 y/o son to use. Well this year, I've gotten a buck and a doe with it (when I can get it away from my son - usually when he is in school. So for next year, I will need to purchase another Parker. Love the Enforcer but I'm looking at the Bush Wacker too. For the $100 differnece (with the multi scope) the Bush Wacker looks like a good deal. Opinions? Of course, would like to buy it from Arrowhead. I'n also not opposed to a used Parker either. Thanks.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-10-2011, 09:51 PM
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Re: Parker Enforcer versus Bush Wacker

The ATA show is where we will see all the new models. It's in January. I imagine that there will be several new models out this year. I've heard rumors that there will be some very good bows in the $400-$500 range this year.

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Re: Parker Enforcer versus Bush Wacker

OK Mike, I'll wait to hear what you see at the show. That the price range I'd like to stay in. Thanks again for hooking me up with the Enforcer. Pete

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Re: Parker Enforcer versus Bush Wacker

The enforcer is awesome. It is good enough to kill the deer, and my friends and I who have the enforcer have not issues with them. A little loud, but heck, the deer get just as dead!

I think in the future, I would get a higher end Parker and use the Enforcer as a back up. Maybe one day, but I am in no hurry. The enforcer gives me what I need.
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Re: Parker Enforcer versus Bush Wacker

agreed the enforcer is a great piece of equipment. can't see me upgrading anytime soon.
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Re: Parker Enforcer versus Bush Wacker

Have a buckbuster 175, then bought an enforcer. Love the enforcer much lighter than the buckbuster, and like they say it kills them just as dead.

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Re: Parker Enforcer versus Bush Wacker

you can't go wrong for the money with the enforcer. They are quality built,very accurate, and priced right.
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