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Old 10-17-2008, 09:03 PM
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went in the shop to buy a bowtech
shot the admiral. Sweet
Captain even Sweeter
pro shop was unloading the guardian and general for $585.
This was a tough decision to make.
but there was a little bow sitting on the rack talking to me. Saying shoot me shoot me.
so I picked it up shot one arrow and new it was the one for me.
2009 Ross 31. this little bow is sweet. very easy to draw. 65lbs feels like 60. the ibo is rated at 310 but I shot a 340 grn arrow at 65 lbs 287. guardian with the same arrow shot 289. so the bow has comparable speed to the guardian.
What ever way you slice it bowtech has a sweet lineup.

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Old 10-17-2008, 09:50 PM
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Old 10-18-2008, 02:09 AM
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ime a bowtech man myself but if a bow fits your hand and suits your shooting style then thats the one u want to shoot! enjoy!
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Old 10-18-2008, 09:39 AM
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you can shoot a ross and still be a bowtech man. Since their made by bowtech, same with Diamond bows. Id like to hold a Ross I have not heard one bad thing about a Ross bow yet!
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Old 10-19-2008, 09:10 AM
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derag2 the ross holds nice, the grip feels great. ibo is rated slow, but it does not seem slow.
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Old 10-19-2008, 09:47 PM
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While I was home on leave in September, I shot this bow. THe guy had three new boxes sitting on the floor that had arrived. I was lined up to buy a Katera at a really great price. I asked the owner if they were the Cardiac 31 and he pulled it out, put on some accessories, and I couldn't leave the store without it. Very quiet! I loved it more then the Hoyt even though I was getting a big break on the hoyt. I bought the bow for 600.00 and had enough money left over to buy the wife her first bow the next day.I can not complain about anything and I love the way this thing is put together. Built like a tank! I can't wait to get home after the holidays and let some arrows fly again. I think this was the best bow I have shot in years. Ross hit a home run on the 31. Gander mountian has them on sale with the octane package for 699.00. I am going to pick up another one as a back up. Draw is so smooth I will never shoot anything but a single cam again.

Congrat's Bro on a great purchase.Bag a buck and poost some picks!

Ross Cardiac 31 60lbs 28 inch draw
Sword Sight
Deluxe whisker biscuit
Fletchamatic release

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Old 10-22-2008, 11:06 PM
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I bought the Cardiac 34, amazing bow. Very forgiving, and deathly silent.
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