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#2978053 - 10/11/12 09:51 PM New to bow hunting
30-06 type of guy
Spike


Registered: 10/05/12
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Loc: Columbia/hardin co

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So next year i think im going to start bow hunting just wondering what would be a good compound bow to get for a new bow hunter one thats not expensive?
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#2978062 - 10/11/12 09:55 PM Re: New to bow hunting [Re: 30-06 type of guy]
LA man
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Registered: 05/31/03
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go to numerous bow shops and shoot different brands. remember u get what u pay for. whatever bow u get make sure its quiet.
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#2978072 - 10/11/12 10:00 PM Re: New to bow hunting [Re: LA man]
Wells Taxidermy
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I would look for an 4-6 year old bow. A bow brand is like askin folks ford,chevy,or dodge. Find one that you like a have at it. They should be very reasonably priced depending on what s on it. sights, rest, ect.....

remember you dont need a bow that shoots 330 fps to kill a deer. 32foot pounds of kinetic energy is all it takes my freind x2 on the quiet part

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#2978090 - 10/11/12 10:15 PM Re: New to bow hunting [Re: Wells Taxidermy]
30-06 type of guy
Spike


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Thanks, i know of one bow shop in my area ill try an go to sometime an see what they have hopefully i can find something that suits me
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#2978107 - 10/11/12 10:23 PM Re: New to bow hunting [Re: 30-06 type of guy]
plinker22
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There are some GREAT bows out there in the 4-6 yr old range. You can find some really good deals after archery season closes.
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#2978254 - 10/12/12 05:35 AM Re: New to bow hunting [Re: LA man]
MUP
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Welcome to the site! Try the classifieds when you get an idea of what you want. ;\)
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#2978304 - 10/12/12 06:33 AM Re: New to bow hunting [Re: MUP]
bigtex
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Whatever you do, make sure the bow "fits" you. You will never shoot a bow well that has a draw length too short or too long. If your new to archery either have a friend who knows the sport help you or go to a reputable bow shop that can help you find the right bow.
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#2978498 - 10/12/12 08:58 AM Re: New to bow hunting [Re: Wells Taxidermy]
RatherBeHuntin
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Registered: 09/11/12
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Loc: Hawkins Co.

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 Originally Posted By: Wells Taxidermy
I would look for an 4-6 year old bow. A bow brand is like askin folks ford,chevy,or dodge. Find one that you like a have at it. They should be very reasonably priced depending on what s on it. sights, rest, ect.....
remember you dont need a bow that shoots 330 fps to kill a deer. 32foot pounds of kinetic energy is all it takes my freind x2 on the quiet part

Good point. I know alot of folks who think they need to buy every new model that comes out. Should be lots of good used bows to choose from.

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#2978570 - 10/12/12 09:31 AM Re: New to bow hunting [Re: RatherBeHuntin]
OHVATN
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Registered: 10/09/12
Posts: 334
Loc: Middle TN

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Good post. Been thinking the same thing.

Two questions: (1) any recommendations on a reputable bow shop in Williamson/Maury County vicinity; and (2) what are the collective thoughts on a cross bow as an alternative?

Thanks.
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#2978628 - 10/12/12 09:50 AM Re: New to bow hunting [Re: OHVATN]
30-06 type of guy
Spike


Registered: 10/05/12
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Loc: Columbia/hardin co

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Thanks guys i think i will try for the 4-6 yr old bows glad i can come here to get good info from ppl..NewTN Hunter yes there is is a bowshop here in columbia its on bearcreek rd out past mcdonald of your familiar with the area
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