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  • Looking for the best bang for your buck Crossbow I can use for hunting out of a tree stand in SC. I'm totally new to shooting a

    Looking for the best bang for your buck Crossbow I can use for hunting out of a tree stand in SC. I'm totally new to shooting any type of bow so forgive my ignorance as I learn. I will shoot from big two man stands or roomy ground blinds. I want to be able to drop a nice deer, but also not break the bank to do it. Suggestions?

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    I like Excalibur. They make bows for the hunter. Recurves are simple, if a string breaks you replace it in the field and keep hunting. If you have a compound xbow that breaks a string or cable you better know where a bow shop is.
    If you need a second shot the recurve is faster and quieter to redraw. Other xbows have noisy, slow cranks.
    The quiver is mounted "with" the stock making it easier to grab an arrow and move through the woods.
    later,
    charlie

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      I like my Barnett and they have models with lower price points.

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