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Thread: Slilencer vs Firecat 400

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    I'm in the same boat, but I believe I'm going with the Silencer. Just need to scrape up the extra $$$$$. Would still like to shoot both and also the Onza 3 for a side by side comparison, but there isn't a shop around here that has any.

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    Way to go guys,,,, all this talk about buying a new bow and I found a Silencer on Ebay. Guessing it'll be shipped monday. Now to figure out which rest and sights.

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    Congrats on the new bow.
    Just in time for hunting?
    Ummmmm accessories, yes no?
    Keep us updated !!!
    2008-2011 Martin firecat pro-x, 70#, 29" dl. Monster bows dragon 60#, 29" dl.

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    seriously? $40. I can shoot $40 worth of nocks in two months if i wanted to

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    [QUOTE=skidge;69213]seriously? $40. QUOTE]

    $40 bucks these days can make or break the grocerys for the month

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    I always budget then end up spending more buying what I should have in the first place. Penny pinching doesn't always work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroyer View Post
    I always budget then end up spending more buying what I should have in the first place. Penny pinching doesn't always work.
    In this case it is nothing but a cosmetic difference, not an inferior product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    In this case it is nothing but a cosmetic difference
    True, but cosmetic is enough for me sometimes, unfortunately.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroyer View Post
    True, but cosmetic is enough for me sometimes, unfortunately.....
    Pretty much why I bought the FC,liked the looks a little more.
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