Need your help in picking out a bow.

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RE: Need your help in picking out a bow.

Postby silvestris » October 1st, 2008, 1:57 pm

I don't think it would take me long to get abreast with that equipment.
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RE: Need your help in picking out a bow.

Postby GearJammer » October 1st, 2008, 2:15 pm

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Sorry, GearJammer, I can't help you out much with your bow problems.  Unfortunately, I have not kept abreast of the latest developments in archery tackle.  Judging from the pictures you posted though, I think I need to start feeling around to see if I can help you out.


 Wow!! I have to admit, you guys are great! Everybody seems to want to help me out on this transaction.  The concern for me and helping me make a quality purchae is overwhelming. LOL!!
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RE: Need your help in picking out a bow.

Postby GobbleGobble » October 1st, 2008, 2:18 pm

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OK guys...I really appreciate all the feedback on helping me pick out a new bow. Now all I have to do is pick out a quiver and I'm set to go! So is this a good quiver? Thanx. [:D]


OH MAN!!! How did this picture of my wife make it to this web site? I would like to apologize to anyone who maybe offended by her outfit. She asked me what she should wear turkey hunting. I told her the turkeys would have a tougher time seeing her if she wore the least amount of clothes.

There you go.
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RE: Need your help in picking out a bow.

Postby Yelp softly » October 22nd, 2008, 5:52 pm

Great BOW and QUIVER!  Do the accessories come with them?  The accessories might put both bow and quiver out of most folk's price range.


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