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I found a used 2008 Reflex Charger for a very good price. Was only shot a couple times..Is the Reflex line as good as Hoyt? Reflex is a knock off from Hoyt, correct? Has any one on here ever, or still do shoot a Reflex? Thanks for your time..
 

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I used to have a Reflex Bighorn but this was back around 1999-2000. I shot it very well. I didn't compare it to any Hoyt bows of that era but it was a nice bow.

 

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Never shot one but that was my dream bow back in the day lol my uncle shot a reflex caribou up until just a year or so ago. He liked it very well.
 

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Depending on the cost, the Reflex charger was one of their faster bows. I wouldn't pay over $325 for the bow fully set up with rest, sight, stabilizer and a few arrows.
 

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I really wanted a Caribou back in the day but it and the Hoyt Aspen were priced out of my range.Even about a year ago I was doin internet searches for a NOS one.
 

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I have the reflex growler, i bought it new the year they came out...which i think was the year before the charger. I have no complaints with my bow. It shoots as good as i make it.
 

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I bought a reflex growler brand new when they were still making them back in summer 2007.I sacrificed a few bells and whistles on it compared to it's more expensive Hoyt brothers, but I really enjoyed that bow. It shot better than I did, was fairly fast, quiet with the right dampers, and compact. I've put probably over 1500 arrows through it and everything on it is just fine, only have ever replaced strings and cables on it once. Though I don't use it anymore, I still have it and will never sell it because it is responsible for getting me my first wall hanger back in the 2012 rut. Great bows overall, tough as nails.
 
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