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Jeff13

New bow!

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Jeff13

New bow is finally here and rigged. full-28837-19665-2012_04_19_17_54_32_102

Mathews Helim 70lb 30" draw

G5 XR2 opix sight

Axion stabilizer

T-3 quiver

QAD HDX ultra rest

Also picked up some new Easton Carbon Injextion arrows to try.

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DonBo

Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet rig!

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Scoot

Nice!

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mrklean

Very nice

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Rippinlip

Very cool.

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rbs

Nice bow!

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sticknstring

Beauty - 'grats on the new rig!

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Jarrid Houston

Nice Bow! Good luck

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paceman

Wow That sure is purtey.......

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Meat-Run

Nice bow I really like how lite they are.

mr

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lichen fox

It kinda reminds me of the PSE tech crossbow... What is the axel to axel on that thing? Looks like about 24 inches...Ughhh! What is the archery world coming to?? crazy

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SmellEsox

Its no Hoyt, but hey! Nice rig. Hope you put a leak in a dandy with it this fall.

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sticknstring

Now fox, if you've got nothing nice to say, then... shocked

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Jeff13

Fox...It's 30 inches.

I shot all the brands and it was a tuff decision. I don't think you can go wrong with many of the bows out there. It was just the one I liked best.

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archerystud

SAUCEY!!!!! I like it!

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