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01 Apr 2008 12:18 PM

    Welcome to the bow hunting gear forum.  Are you looking to buy new bow hunting equipment or have you seen a product you would like to discuss with other bow hunters?  Here is the place

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    05 Aug 2008 12:43 PM
    I click on the unanswered tab at the top all the time and this forum allways comes up. So not anymore. Thanks Foremost Admin!
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    09 Aug 2008 01:55 PM
    Good idea Joe, I always click on the unanswered link on the top of the forms and this one has been there for ever.
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    27 Aug 2008 08:18 PM

    Are overdraws really necessary? Do people really need for their compound bow to shoot at light speed? Why is the overdraw popular, and what differece does is make?

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    28 Aug 2008 09:56 PM
    The big advantage of a overdraw is you can shorten up your arrows and shorter lighter arrow fliys faster. Now days guys aren't going to overdraws but instead switching to carbon arrows on the older bows. Today's modern bows (last few years) don't need them any more. I have read stats that the overdraw really didn't make much of a noticible distance in speed anyway and they make most bows harder to shoot.
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    28 Aug 2008 10:14 PM

    I would agree with that, it always seemed like a gimmick to me. I have an older PSE compound that works just fine. It might not be pretty and sleek, but it certainly has harvested a few deer.

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    03 Sep 2008 03:42 PM
    I was really wanting the new BowTech this year. I shot it at a show and couldn't beleive how smooth and quite it is but then I got to thinking about it and my old Hoyt isn't bad. It's paid for and I've never really had a problem with it. I just want the latest and greatest I guess.
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