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2005 Spyder Rimfire

Old 03-12-2005, 12:29 AM
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Default 2005 Spyder Rimfire

Has anyone shot this bow? I may get one. This will be my first bow i have held this bow a few times but never got to shoot one. Is this a good beginners bow? Capable of taking deer, turkey, etc? http://store.yahoo.com/archery-experts/20pscam3.html
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Old 03-12-2005, 05:25 AM
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Default RE: 2005 Spyder Rimfire

I couldn't say off hand. One of the things I check when buying a bow is how much flex I can generate on the cams and limbs at full draw. I don't like any, but a little is ok. Shooting in different positions some times means that although you think your drawn full you may not be. I'll give it a tug just before the shot to be sure. If there is play it affects my shot placement. It does have a shorter brace height that according to many, is more difficult to shoot accurately. It's a good looking set up with better than average accessories.
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