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    Default 2011 Martin Exile pics.

    Somone commented on a initial review I did on my new Exile, that pictures would be nice, so...Here they are

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    Looks nice,nothing like a new bow..........................

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    Thats ah sweet rig man, congrats!!
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    very nice, congrats man!
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    Do ya like the grip? I love the Cheetah/Exile. Sweet shooting bows. Here's the '08 I had with Hutch's strings and custom powder coat
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    Default Exile grip

    Thanks guys!! Ya I haven't shot her much yet, but I do love it!!!! I do like the thin grips too. As I said it's not an exspensive fancy set up. I wanted to keep it as light as possible, and be functional for hunting. I was really impressed with the Apex Atomic sight. I wanted one with the .029 pins. What really sold me on the sight is the light placement. It is on the outside of the sight, with the light itself butted up against the fiber optics. this to me is a great idea. when the light is on, the only thing that glows are the actual pins. I don't care for the type that lights up the whole sight.I think that is too much light, and at 20yds. something a deer might be able to see it!

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    Thumbs up Nice Bow

    I almsot forgot, NICE LOOKIN BOW Hawg!!!!

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    That's a good looking setup. I like the camo on her.

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    that is a nice bow.my good friend has one set up all most the same.but he has the same sight i gave hawg,impact archery.for sure a good looking bow

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    SWEET!!!!!
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