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#2935756 - 09/07/12 06:10 PM PSE Vendetta

Registered: 07/15/12
Posts: 20
Loc: Dickson, TN

I finally have my bow and it needs all of the accessories now... sights, rest, stabilizer, arrows, broadheads, quiver, and a release. I'm new to archery so I'm not sure what to buy. I'm not trying to break the bank though and this bow will be used primarily for hunting. Suggestions?
#2935769 - 09/07/12 06:19 PM Re: PSE Vendetta [Re: Romero14]
Master Chief
10 Point

Registered: 10/11/11
Posts: 3075
Loc: Henderson County

Go to a pro shop and have it set up.
Shed hunting and trail camera addict

"It's not whatcha got, it's what you give." -Tesla

"In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks."
-John Muir

#2935810 - 09/07/12 07:21 PM Re: PSE Vendetta [Re: Master Chief]
4 Point

Registered: 08/12/12
Posts: 297
Loc: Ohio

something that irritates me about accessories is noise, things vibrate in some of them, you could smack them in the hard part of your palm and listen for things that rattle before buying.

My release is a combination of 2 releases a truefire buckle and a true ball head. No velco for me as a general rule and like the truefire buckle but not their heads. Trueball heads work like butter, very smooth.

I've combined other things using the best of both, you can to. My climber uses one very adjustable base made for larger trees and various tops depending on the hunt.

I use a GKF Infinity rest sold by Spot hog now. It could when GKF sold them be a drop or a prong style and I have it setup as a prong style, the spring in it makes a noise as a drop. I haven't seen Spot hog offer it as a drop.

I like Beman arrow mostly because they to are smooth as silk, almost no noise on the draw. I also like ACC Easton arrows but they need polishing just to get them almost as silent as a Beman.

I think your bow is a hard cam so you'll need to beef up things. A bow with a softer cam takes longer to get to max poundage than yours so things are smoother. Yours will slam the nock of the arrow from the get go and not stop. Good for speed and getting out of the bow quicker, tough on everything required to do that. One thing that means is the spin of your arrows will wear out quicker, need to keep an eye on that and when buying arrows step up to a stiffer spine.

Good bow, I've looked at getting one.

Edited by nodog (09/07/12 07:22 PM)

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