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    As most of you know I bought a destoyer a little while a go and was not happy with it some ask for a review at the time it seemed like I was fighting the bow and the feel was not there so I put it up for sale. so today wale last night I took the destoyer back out of the box set it back up today was the nicest today that I had to shoot it I changed stabilizers moved the draw stops and changed arrow to a lighter spine and the bow felt so much betterand grouped better, I think shooting it for the first times in the cold, wet and windy days may have been a factor, I set up my chonogragh 315 fps with a 348 gr. 60 lb 29" draw so for now I keeping it and I keep my onza on one wall and the destroyer on the the opposite wall didn't know if I should keep them that close together LOL
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    Bout time! nice!


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    This time of the year I'm cutting my fire wood for next season 10 cords a year so I took a half day off from cutting wood to get my haed around the bow so to speak I want to start shooting some 3d's next month
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    Sounds like a plan. I use too do fire wood but I changed to pellets and that was so much better. Cheaper too! Well hope you have a good 3d shoot!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Sounds like a plan. I use too do fire wood but I changed to pellets and that was so much better. Cheaper too! Well hope you have a good 3d shoot!



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    My electric bill went from $196 to $22 with the wood burner I don't pay for wood I just go in the yard and start cutting but I did fine a guy that will bring me a truck load of logs about 8 cords for $350, I haven't shot a 3d in 2 years need to nock off the rust don't need these kids showing me up
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    Could be very interesting if you don't shake of the rust. I use a little wood but pellets are a lot cheaper.





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    Quote Originally Posted by TEN RING View Post
    This time of the year I'm cutting my fire wood for next season 10 cords a year so I took a half day off from cutting wood to get my haed around the bow so to speak I want to start shooting some 3d's next month
    we sell a lot of wood down here to, me and dad prolly do 10-15 but in highschool we did 24 cords a few times. i only sold 4 this year, its a lot harder to do on my own time, being that i work full time and all

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