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    Oldfarmsblueman
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    New Bow

    I was looking for a new used bow to see if I could handle 50-60#
    and try 27" instead of the 26" i have bene shooting.I met a guy I
    had talked to last year.He had a sholder problem and was selling a
    bow he just got.To make a long story short I now have a Ben Pearson
    Spoiler Angle.50-60#pull,27" draw fully loaded,new release quiver
    and 8 new arrows for $300.bucks.He let me take it home to shoot
    first and I like it already.I think one of my Mathews Mustangs is
    going up for sale.


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    Sounds like a pretty good deal, Pete. Good luck with it.

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    Congratulations on the new bow. It is always nice to have a new "toy."

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    Sounds like a great deal...
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    I still haven't decided if or what kind of bow to replcae my bear with. I was thinking this season after turkey before deer. I was leaning towards a Strother Vanquish but might go with something else. Need to test it first!

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