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Whats most important to you guys/gals with a compound bow. For example, speed, weight, stability, brand? etc.

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  • 6phunter
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    rydatt is right on target,even an accurate bow youre comfortable with has to be quiet or you'll be watching flags instead of gut piles

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  • wyohunter_2
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    The most important thing to me is being comfortable with the bow and knowing that it is accurate. You can shoot the fastest, lightest, and quietest bow on the market today but if you don't trust it does it really matter.

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  • jonf1023
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    I shoot a PSE at 70 lbs. behman carbon arrows and Rage broadheads. Theres probably 10 better bow brands out there but I dont care. Whats inportant to me is My bow is accurate, fast and quiet. I use 1 pin out to 40 yards which is fine for me.I shot a martin bow for years before that and that bow worked fine too. I killed a whole bunch of deer and black bear and turkey with my bow. I think too many guys worry about brand name more then their hunting skill and shooting ability.

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  • leprecon2010
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    duck 101 got it exactly right on..plus whatever it comfortable for u to use..wether its a compound or traditional bow....

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  • gronevelt
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    I would agree with duck101, I look first for speed and weight! I need a bow that feels good and performs great.

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  • duck101
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    for me it speed and weight cause if you got the right wait youer good on stability but speed is the most impotant cause where i hunt in the bad lands (flats) you onley got a few moments before that bucki bolts.

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