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    Default Anyone Supersticious at what kind of bow you own.......one brand bring better luck

    Anyone Supersticious at what kind of bow you own.......one brand bring better luck in your life....?

    Seems like it does for me.....lol

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    Senior Member Mike G's Avatar
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    I'm not superstitious about bow brand at all. I've only really owned one other manufacturer's bow though, beside's a Martin and shot quite a few deer with that bow too.

    It's the hat that makes the difference in luck. You have to find a lucky hat!!!

    Mike

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    I've only left Martin twice and found myself switching back within a month I just shoot them very well and more consistent then other brands I've shot my chill brought me my best indoor round to date but also my worst. And my indoor average is lower with my chill then my martins not superstitious, just comfortable with the brand
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildWilt15 View Post
    my indoor average is lower with my chill then my martins not superstitious, just comfortable with the brand
    I would venture to say that comfort and feel goes a long ways to each of our success with a particular bow... Even if two bows have the same specs you'll do better with the one you're most comfortable with. Mental security plays a large part in success!

    For my two cents though, I agree with Mike that its the hat that brings luck!
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    Lucky knife, a Smith & Wesson 1st production run folding hunter.

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    Elkslayer, nice knife!

    I'm not sure now, maybe it is my knife. ????????

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