Why the quick sale.
Martin x-200 unsure of year
2009 Martin cheetah
2012 Martin Saber Take-down
2012 Martin Bengal pro
2013 Martin Nemesis 35
Tr, you just got that! What is your review on it?
If it was left handed I might be inclined to give it a try. Now you got my curiosity up!
I'm not kidding, IF it was left handed I would be all over this.
I could ask for forgiveness from the wife later!!!!
TR ... give us your honest take on the bow. I understand, sometimes a bow just doesn't feel right. I have had that happen!!
It just doesn't feel right it groups good arrows It does how a valley that I like that my 82nd airbone didn't have I guess I like my onza better
MARTIN ONZA 3
THE NEED FOR SPEED
When I switched first from Martin to Bowtech I had some problems getting used to the grip feel and the bow didn't seem to perform for me as good as I wanted. The first year hunting with my Black Knight2 I almost gave it up and went back to my old Martin, but decided to stick it out. Turned out to be a real good bow and then I was having trouble finding a new one that felt right immediately until this Cougar. I decided from now on, if it just doesn't feel right from the beginning I am just not going to do it. I am sure though that I'll keep buying new bows and trying them. It's harder I think with being left handed, most places around here carry too small of a selection in LH bows. I can't hardly ever really shoot one that is set up before I buy. It's tough when I have to shell out over a thousand bucks just to find out I don't like it.
I'll let some of my RH buddies know about it.