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Have you guys heard anything or had any experience with this bow? I've been looking at it quite seriously.
Cheers guys!
I had a fiberglass, take down recurve bow at one time but my son who was on drugs at the time stole it and some pistols I had and sold them.

I have been looking for another but have not see one.

It was a 75 pounder and not too long. It was made for a back pack, pack in bow. Would love to find another.

I have seen the compound recurve that was to be a take down but it was just too complex for me. Also, I wish to stay away from the lamaints due to weathering and seperating over the years.

I will attempt to find the martain you mention. You would not have a link with pixs would you.

later
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Imported lower end bow. Like the "X" series.

Being I shoot left handed, and it is not. Ive never shot one, tho have played with them.

Id bought one if they made a lefty. Hoyts take down is of better quality, and 3x the price.
 

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Yeah, the price isn't bad, I found one, new, $297 NZ dollars which ain't half bad. Yeah, the Hoyt bows, although nice, are very expensive. Mainly after a pack bow for a lightweight hunting/tramping/BOB kit.
 

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The riser is built with a massive amount of reflex which is not a good thing if you want a forgiving bow.
From those I have talked to who have some hands on experience this is not a good quality bow.

Check out some of the stuff being offered by Tradtech. they are sure to have something that will suit your needs and your budget. If you decide to give them a call ask for John Wert. He will take good care of you.

I shoot one of their Titans and couldn't be happier.
 
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