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New bow for a beginner #5275659 08/28/14 01:47 AM
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I am about to take the leap into bow hunting. With that said I know very little about it. I was looking at bows in the $350-$400 range. Some I have seen are the diamond infinity edge and the bear attitude. Was wondering what everyone's opinion was on those or if there are better options. Thanks for y'all's help.

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Which one do you personally like out of those two? If you're comfy with a cheap-o, get it. Shoot and kill with that sucker!

Personally, I'd get a better used one for the same price but that's me. I used to think new too but I've had very good luck finding great used deals, because that's what people said I should do when I had the same questions. They were right. I came to love the Mathews Drenalin and Switchback. One for $400 and one for a trade value of $300 fully loaded. To me, both great deals.


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