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Dan Thiem

Alpine Archery

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I was waiting to post this to see what kind of performance we got.

I pitched in half and half with my youngest son to get a new bow. We decided on the Alpine over the Browning because of the metal cams over plastic. Also the split limbs over the ones that aren't split.

Well he has shot at least a hundred times and I gotta say, I am impressed! laugh.gif

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Good post, and yes, they are agood bows. They are a smaller company that seems to have all the technology needed to keep up with the big boys. They don't advertise nearly as much as companies like Mathews, Bow Tech, etc. I think if people try these bows out, they would like what they see and feel. Thanks for the good first hand account of your new bow!

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