View Full Version : 09 Warthog
08-20-2011, 05:52 AM
Found a new one on the rack for a good price. It has 2010 limbs and new bow warranty but I wonder. I didn't shoot it cus I'm a lttle compulsive about such things. If it shot as good as it looks and feels I'd probably pounce.
Knowing what you all know about the limb issues with these would you considder shooting it or hope for a ~35'' ATA Martin somithingorother in the future?
08-20-2011, 01:37 PM
If it is a good deal I would jump right on it. Warthogs are great bows. The whole exploding limb fear has been taken way out of proportion.
And like ya said - - - it has a full warranty so - Have No Fear.!
I still have a '09 Firecat that has at least 15,000 shots thru it, maybe more, and I have not had any problem with it.
Another thing all the Warthog fans out there seem to keep missing is the Rytera Alien Z.!!!
36" ata and shoots awesome! ! !
I love mine and I dont think I have ever heard of anyone who purchased one and didnt like it.
08-20-2011, 03:08 PM
That's pretty much how I see it too. I have no doubt the issues have been the exception, not the rule. Just want to make an informed decision. Thanks.
08-20-2011, 03:30 PM
It has 2010 limbs and new bow warranty but I wonder.
So its a 2010 or just 2010 limbs on a 2009 bow? I wonder too.
Another thing all the Warthog fans out there seem to keep missing is the Rytera Alien Z
Its a option although a cheaper option would be nicer.
hope for a ~35'' ATA Martin something or other in the future
Depends on if you can wait. Will that warthog be there in another couple of months?
08-20-2011, 04:05 PM
So its a 2010 or just 2010 limbs on a 2009 bow? I wonder too. 09 w/ 10 limbs is what I was told. Has 09 ser#.
Its a option although a cheaper option would be nicer. Exactly. Always looking for a deal.
Depends on if you can wait. Will that warthog be there in another couple of months? Probably. It's LH & been there a while already.
Think I'll wait.
08-20-2011, 04:24 PM
Think I'll wait.
LH won't sell quick, unless it was on eBay. They seem to go well there.
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