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Anybody shoot the new Limbsaver bow this season?

Old 12-09-2008, 04:51 PM
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Does it really take that much of an effort to just draw it back and shoot a half dozen arrows through a bow to see for one's self?I gotta be missing something in the story here.

EDIT: I guess I overlookedthat you could possibly live in the city, leaving shooting it as not an option..my mistake if this is the case, just curious how come you couldn't shoot itwas all.
Yes.. but I want to know its performance throughout the season.

It's like this manufacturers first try.. I'm not gonna go shhot it all summer and then take it out with me 200+ hours in a tree through sleet.. rain.. and snow.. so when a buck comes by.. something goes wrong.. am I?

I want to know how it did. Then I'll take a look at it more closely.

Shooting 10 arrows through a rubber target in my yard.. does me nothing. Maybe you.. but me.. nothing.

This is my first time ever asking a equip. Q in the forums.

And by the responses thus far.. no wonder. [8D]

Thanks Landon. And let me know how your buddy truly felt with it throughout this past season.

And with that I bid a farewell.
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Old 12-09-2008, 04:52 PM
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There's one here on island and word is that it's super quiet but I haven't had it to play with yet so that's all I know. If I find anything else out I'll pass it along. My main concern with it is the mass weight, it looks pretty heavy.
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Old 12-09-2008, 04:58 PM
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Ic now Duke Ic!!

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Yes.. but I want to know its performance throughout the season.
Gotcha, I thought you were just askin how it shot, which baffled me.[8D] I have heard it is quiet (obviously Limbsaver), our shop had a few but I never did shoot one..they went somewhere, someone around here is shooting one.

I wonder why they never did catch on, if in fact they really are solid bows?[&:]
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Old 12-09-2008, 05:01 PM
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All I know is they are ugly.

Hope that helps[8D]
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Old 12-09-2008, 05:02 PM
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You got it Scott and I will provide the top brats this year.
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Let me know how it works out Duko as I am going to be saving the best I can for a new bow before
next fall. As in a previous post im not sure you recall but my current bow's draw length can only
go up to 27.5 and I am 29. Ive been mislead for a few years about it. If it wasnt for this site
I probably would never caught it and a few members at the GTG this past June.

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Hopefully we can kill some "brats" this summer
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Old 12-09-2008, 05:39 PM
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Yes.. but I want to know its performance throughout the season.
Gotcha, I thought you were just askin how it shot, which baffled me.[8D] I have heard it is quiet (obviously Limbsaver), our shop had a few but I never did shoot one..they went somewhere, someone around here is shooting one.

I wonder why they never did catch on, if in fact they really are solid bows?[&:]
This is what I'm trying to find out.

[&:]
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Old 12-09-2008, 05:41 PM
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There's one here on island and word is that it's super quiet but I haven't had it to play with yet so that's all I know. If I find anything else out I'll pass it along. My main concern with it is the mass weight, it looks pretty heavy.
Thanks Kodiak.. I'd appreciate it.
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Old 12-09-2008, 05:44 PM
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All I know is they are ugly.

Hope that helps[8D]
They are kinda ugly.

But I doubt the deer will mind.
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All I know is they are ugly.

Hope that helps[8D]
They are kinda ugly.

But I doubt the deer will mind.
While they are strange animals, I tend to agree. But I guess I don't really know.
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