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#1130557 - 01/15/09 01:12 PM High Country Archery
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I'm doing some testing work for them this year . If you guys need any general info on the 2009 lineup , feel free to ask here or for specific info you can PM me . They are coming out with some nice products for 2009 . They need to update their website .
I'll be shooting the new Speed Pro .
http://www.highcountryarchery.net/products.php

Maybe I'll see if I can get them on board as a Tndeer sponsor .
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#1130589 - 01/15/09 01:41 PM Re: High Country Archery [Re: Radar]
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#1130623 - 01/15/09 02:04 PM Re: High Country Archery [Re: BigCountry71]
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Here are pictures of the new Iron Mace and Supreme Pro models , along with the Speed Pro .





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#1130763 - 01/15/09 04:16 PM Re: High Country Archery [Re: Radar]
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Radar -- There was a time when HCA was my main bow line. Every year they came out with something I'd have it. The last one I owned was the 4 Runner and I couldn't keep limbs on that thing to save my life. I shot heavy arrows in it and still went through about 4 sets of limbs on that bow. I've been afraid of them every since but I do reckon they have revamped their whole organization and are doing a lot better on the limb stuff. They do have some nice stuff but they are a bit pricey...but hey, every bow out there is pricey right now.
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#1130773 - 01/15/09 04:24 PM Re: High Country Archery [Re: Crow Terminator]
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I agree Crow , they had some quality issues back in those days , and lost some loyal customers . The new bows have 6 layer Barnsdale limbs and Winner's Choice strings . They are a much better rig , and are priced about the same as comparable 2009 high end bows on the market .
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#1130954 - 01/15/09 06:52 PM Re: High Country Archery [Re: Radar]
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What are the prices? I was wanting to get an Iron Mace or Speed Pro last year but ended up with a Hoyt instead.
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#1131407 - 01/15/09 10:48 PM Re: High Country Archery [Re: paradis1142]
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The HCA line up this year looks phenomenal! If they can overcome the bad publicity they got due to some quality issues a few years back, they could again be a force to be reckoned with in the bow industry. They have some wicked bows for sure!

Let us know how the test drive goes Radar, I'm interested. \:\)
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#1131464 - 01/15/09 11:52 PM Re: High Country Archery [Re: Yank]
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They might want to check the spelling of "Supreme" on that second ad Radar. \:\)
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#1131705 - 01/16/09 08:03 AM Re: High Country Archery [Re: NateUK]
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First decent bow I owned was a High Country. Riser was bent within 3 months. Luckily I traded that bow for an MQ1. HCA may have overcome some of there issues, but nobody has mentioned the poor customer service.
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#1131736 - 01/16/09 08:15 AM Re: High Country Archery [Re: JeepKuntry]
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 Originally Posted By: JeepKuntry
First decent bow I owned was a High Country. Riser was bent within 3 months. Luckily I traded that bow for an MQ1. HCA may have overcome some of there issues, but nobody has mentioned the poor customer service.


I agree ,they did have some past issues they will have to deal with to win back customers , even though the bows they have now are much better . With Andy Andrews on board now , I think the customer service and quality issues are a thing of the past .
Things have changed .
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