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In the market for a new bow. Need advice #archery

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Hey guys, I bought a ready to shoot bear showdown about 7 years ago and am looking to upgrade my setup. I know there are numerous great bows on the market but was looking for a little insight on suggestions for a new one. Would like to stay up to the 1000 price range.

Do you suggest buying another ready to shoot package or going and building a bow from scratch. I’d like to check out an archery shop to make sure whatever bow I get fits me properly. Is it worth buying straight from an archery shop or searching online? I’m in the Broward county area (south Florida) so it seems like archery shops are few and far between.

Any advice would be appreciated. Starting looking at archery talk forum but it seems like all the types of bows and accessories is overwhelming.

Forgot to add, the primary function for the bow is hunting

Thanks


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New bow advice #archery

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Hey everyone, i’ve been away from archery for a little while so getting back into the swing of things has been quite the change of pace. Being a lefty where I live, doesn’t help the case of readily accessible bows to try out. I’m looking at getting a mid range bow around the $ 600-$ 700 range. Any advice on which ones to focus in on? I’ve looked into the Mathews Z3, Pse Drive, and Mission Ballistic 2.0 and they all seem like good bows but i’m open to any others, no brand allegiance


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New hunter: which shop’s advice to follow? #archery

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New to bow hunting and looking to get out and shoot this year and maybe go pig hunting before end of year and deer hunting in 2018. My purpose with this post is to get some input on the advice given by two bow shops.

Shop A – less than 10min drive, has Obsession #Hashtag (max 60lb) in stock. I shot this bow at 24.5" and 50lbs and liked it. I found the bow to be smooth, nice let off, a firm back wall, reasonably light, and easy to hold. Shop had no issue with the draw weight being adequate. The suggestion was made that I could go thinner arrows b/c of my short DL and pick up more speed. The sales approach was a bit aggressive.

Shop B – a 45min drive, has significantly more lines and quantity of bows in stock. I communicate a target of $ 500 max for a bare bow. The sales guy pulls out Hoyt Powermax, and PSE Drive R SD. Obsession #Hashtag bow is also in stock. I got set up to shoot the PSE which required 25"DL. The sales guy strongly suggested a 70lbs in a SD specific bow b/c of my short DL and that I target 375grains at 280-290fps. He was adamant that I target 70lbs and SD specific bow/cams. There was no sales pressure at all. The shop would order a 70lb bow with a deposit. There didn’t seem to be wiggle room in pricing, but pricing on sights and rests seemed to be generally better. While also slow, this is clearly a high volume shop. Also suggested I go with a lighter spine narrow arrow b/c of my short DL in the quest for speed.

So which shop is giving me more sound guidance? Shop A with no concern about speed or Shop B with a firm push for 70lbs. I’ve never drawn 70lbs. Shooting 60lbs seemed reasonable, but I’m sure I’d need conditioning to get to either draw weight. Given my draw length, the KE of a modern SD bow is significantly greater than my 2007 Diamond Cutter at 24.5" DL and 50lbs. I think it maxed at 275fps at 28" and 50lbs. I get the accuracy vs speed debate, but speed sure is addictive.


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Stab advice for a newbie #archery

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I’m new to bows and bow hunting and need input from the good folks on AT about what kind of stablizer I should get for my new to me maxxis 31.


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food plot advice #archery

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i recently picked up a property that has a bout 8 acres of scattered food plots and was wondering what be good for the deer and turkeys other than corn and soybeans, i am in Northeastern North Carolina and am looking for some advice thanks in advance


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Need Advice Setting up Youth Carbon Defiant #archery

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My 12 year old daughter has become quite competitive at indoor and outdoor target archery so we bought her a Carbon Defiant 34, most other target bows were too heavy or missing features we desired. My question though is with all the accessories. Can’t afford to buy a 2nd bow for her so I’m curious how we can set this bow up for target, 3d and some hunting. I don’t shoot target personally but I keep reading about lizard tongue rests, sights scopes or magnifiers and peeps with verifiers. Not to mention stabs that are a mile long, haha. So am I going down wrong road trying to use bow for all the above? Or are there some really solid rests and sights that can be used for all. Hopefully someone can help me understand what type of rests, sights, peeps are used in target and if any can be used across the board.. We are trying to make sure she is setup good as possible.

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Looking for Advice on first Turkey trip to Nebraska #archery

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Planning on making my first trip to Nebraska this spring. As of now my plan is somewhere around the 2nd week of May. I’ve been planning this trip for 10 months now and to be honest I’m just as lost at when I first started planning. I’m not looking for anyone’s honey hole or secret spots, but if anyone has a general direction they would recommend going I’d appreciate any and all info. Also what can I expect out there that time of year? I’m use to hunting Missouri and expect it will be quite a bit different… Thanks for any and all help in Advance!


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Predator clothing advice #archery

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I recently bought some winter predator clothing. I like it and am wanting to add more. Im wondering what pieces to get for spring turkey season and early deer season. Spring season here can be 50s or 30s. Thanks


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