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Old 01-08-2005, 09:34 PM
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I love Parker and their service. I think they make a great bow but the Phoenix 32 is just way too short for me and I absolutely hate the rubber grips they are using now.

I am not too crazy about the hunter mag bows although they are certainly excelent bows. Just not crazy about them. I am looking for something a little different this time.

I really like the looks of Alpines new tundra series of bows. I just don't know how the pieces would hold up and stay together. That grip looks absolutely awesome on these bows though. Another one I am dying to get my hands on is Whisper Creek Archery's PS-35.
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Old 01-09-2005, 06:10 AM
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The PS-35 is an interesting bow! The fact that it has 16" limbs is a plus. I always believed in limb travel for bow speed over radical cams. I think it puts less stress on the limbs and riser. The bow looks solid, it should hold up. The only thing I see right off the bat, get out your locktite when you get it set up so it can't change on you. A lot of screws there with the limb pocket design. I would hate to see one of thoughs back out on you. How proud of them are they$$$$$. Bigbulls don't have too much fun shopping.
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Old 01-09-2005, 08:02 PM
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How proud of them are they$$$$$.
I don't know what they are going for yet. I have emails in to WCA and in to the only dealer in Alabama. They have all been at the ATA show so I will be calling again tomorow (Monday). Hopefully I can get some more info on them.

I really like the speeds they are claiming with the very generous brace heights they have.
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Old 01-10-2005, 08:37 AM
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Yes for what you are looking for Bigbulls, it sounds perfect.
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