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Parker Phoenix 32 & 34 bows??

Old 10-11-2004, 04:32 PM
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Default Parker Phoenix 32 & 34 bows??

Anyone shot or even own one of these? I am looking at them really hard. They seem well made & I like the feel of them. Just looking for comments / reviews of this bow. Thanks!

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Old 10-11-2004, 06:15 PM
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Default RE: Parker Phoenix 32 & 34 bows??

I just bought the Parker Phoenix 32 about a month ago. I tried shooting the Parker UL 31 Extreme and the Phoenix 32. To me their was no comparing the two. When set at 70#, the Phoenix was much easier to draw back, and had alot less recoil. I really like mine.
Someone on here said that they had the Mathews Outback, and their friend had the Parker Phoenix 32, and when they shot both they couldn't fill any difference.
Before I bought my bow, I did a search on here for Parker bows and did some reading.
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Old 10-12-2004, 11:08 AM
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Default RE: Parker Phoenix 32 & 34 bows??

I've been hearing more and more good things about Parker Bows! If you decide on one, let us all know how you like it! From what wrongway says, it sounds like a winner!
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Old 10-12-2004, 02:30 PM
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Default RE: Parker Phoenix 32 & 34 bows??

I've shot all the Pheonix series and here's my unbiased opinion. They are all sweet. Taking things like speed, brace height, ATA into consideration there is only one choice. The 34". It has a much better brace, only 5fps slower than the 32", which leads to more forgiveness. They are all good shooters, but the 32" has too low of a brace for such a short bow. And I'm not all that crazy about short bows to begin with.
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Old 10-13-2004, 01:48 PM
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Default RE: Parker Phoenix 32 & 34 bows??

I've shot all the Phoenix's and now own a 32. I think the 34 is the best one! It just balances better than the rest. They are quick enough, guiet, draw smooth and accurate. I'm using mine for hunting this year and as soon as I sell it I'm going to buy a 34. As I said, balances better for me and this will be my all around bow for 3Ds and hunting. I scooped the 32 to try a short bow. No probs, shoots great, I'm just more comfy with 34 or 35" ata.
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