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I'm planning on buying a new bow sometime this month, and i really want the carbon element rkt. I,ve saved up enough money but i

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  • I'm planning on buying a new bow sometime this month, and i really want the carbon element rkt. I,ve saved up enough money but i

    I'm planning on buying a new bow sometime this month, and i really want the carbon element rkt. I,ve saved up enough money but is this bow really worth the $1299.

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    As far as I'm concerned, nope, no bow is worth that much.

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    • #3
      I have the Carbon Matrix and I LOVE it. I know it seems like alot of money but I actually think that it is worth it. I would almost say look at the carbon matrix as well, it is pretty simular to the carbon element but cheaper.

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      • #4
        I'm with huntfishtrap! However if you have money you want to throw in the fire Matthews makes one 1oz lighter and cheaper.

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        • #5
          Hi...


          I can't tell you if it's worth it or not, but you might want to take the old gambler's saying into consideration: "can you afford to "lose" that much money"?

          If so, well, go for it. If not, there are plenty of other bow makers willing to take your cash...!!

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          • #6
            No I think for that price the bow should shoot the deer, gut it, and drag it out. I recommend the bowtech bows. They are fast and not very expensive.

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