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Diamond SB Deploy #7675750 11/29/19 10:52 PM
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Any shoot this bow or have first hand feedback? Looking to upgrade from an entry level bow to a mid tier bow.

Re: Diamond SB Deploy [Re: bigjoe8565] #7675755 11/29/19 11:07 PM
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It is a good shooting light weight bow. I am not a fan of the grip, kinda square for my liking. Basically it is the older Bowtech Carbon Knight with the diamond logo.

I have never owned one but have shot them quite a few times, of customers bows.

I like the Blackout S3 at Cabela's or Bass Pro better than the Deploy and shoot it better. There was a Cabela's bow that (Fortitude)i sold a lot of that is the same basic bow as the S3 and I have shot them both. I had several shooter try the Cabela's Fortitude then go to other shops and try flagship bows and come back and buy the Fortitude.

Some of the best advice though is go shoot several in your price range and do so with an open mind letting the bow tell you which to get. Some will feel better than others to you and you will shoot some better than others. Much like trying on new boots, get the ones that feel best to you.

Last edited by kmon1; 11/29/19 11:10 PM.

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