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PSE 10 Snake — My reviews

I got what I asked for; can’t complain! The PSE 10 Snake recurve bow is a sleek silver model, which is probably what caught my daughter’s eye when I first asked her to pick something out for the first time she was going to come with me on a bowhunt. We live in western Massachusetts, where bow hunting is legal for a variety of game, but it requires a minimum draw weight of 40 lbs. The PSE 10 Snake has...
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Martin Jaguar Takedown- The Best Bow for Beginners

You’re probably thinking it is so pompous of me to make the claim especially when there are so many bows to choose from nowadays. But if you are into archery or hunting, you will agree that Martin Archery is a brand name to reckon with. The company has been making bows since 1951 and despite the competition, they still remain on top. Two years ago, they almost folded but people still believe in the brand so until now they are...
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Martin Saber Takedown Recurve Bow — My Reivew

This bow will send them running… or hopefully not. I mean, if they’re running, you’ve missed your shot… right? Now you’ve got an animal out there that’s suffering needlessly, and you’ve got a journey ahead of you to track it down and finish off the kill. It’s unkind to the animal, and on top of that, there’s never quite the same sense of personal satisfaction from finishing things off quick, cleanly, and concisely with that first shot. All of that...
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My Review of Samick Sage Takedown

Samick is a byword among archers and bowhunters. I’ve been using their products for the better part of the last four years running, ever since I first moved to Maine and got into hunting deer with a bow, and they’ve never let me down… even in that one ill-fated situation when I thought it’d be a great idea to try and take down the most beautiful buck I’d ever seen with a single arrow; it was my fault for being...
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