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Beginner #7663229 11/15/19 11:09 PM
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New to bow hunting. Looking for suggestions for best bows for beginners under $500.

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Not sure what kind of how your looking for, but I just bought my first crossbow and I did a lot of reader y before buying this one and I am glad I did it’s an amazing bow for the money. Best reviews for bows at this price. very acueste bow
https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/cr...VItrab2oOhoCkhkQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

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There are plenty of good bows out there in that price range, don't let anybody tell you differently. I always had used bows until I was in highschool when I shot every bow that the two nearest bow shops would let me shoot. I fell in love with the PSE Brute X that had just been released and I paid $450 for the bow, tru-glo 4 pin sight, tru glo whisker biscuit rest, a cheap stabilizer and quiver, a release and 6 arrows. I ended up spending another $50 on a stabilizer which put me right at the $500 mark. I still shoot that same bow even though I've bought two other since then. PSE makes a couple different bows you can get in that $500 range if you shop around.

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Do your homework to make sure the bow fits you. A reputable local shop can be your friend, and not just on a bow purchase.

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