Originally Posted by alex
Let me see what i can tell you about europe...
Iceland, Great Britain, Netherland, all german speaking countries, Poland, Che... Czech, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece
Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Denmark, Finland, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Lituania, Latvia, Serbia and Turkey
Maybe allowed within the next few years in:
Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Slovakia and Estonia.
THe MOAB is my first bow. I too had been debating between two bows but it was the Cheetah and the Bengal. I looked at the numbers and went with the MOAB for the extra clams.
I just recently changed my drawlength on my own without a bow press... and I'm a noob. So yeah, it can be done. But I can see how a bowpress would make it easier...you wouldn't have to worry about the limbs disconnecting from the riser.
Yeah, a bowpress does a great job, but unfortunately i can't buy one here.If i'll need some repairs i'll make them without a press.Hope everything will be okay!
Thanks Alex and Simon for the info on European hunting. Now I am not so ignorant.
I'm assuming you can bowhunt in all those countries too? Reason I ask is because in Australia, I've heard Bowhunting is not allowed. I could be wrong, but I got that from an Aussie friend of mine. Mind you, he doesn't hunt, but he seemed pretty sure.
Alex: Check out the Bowmaster press. It is inexpensive and very functional.
flytier,i've checked out the bowmaster press- looks a good product.I will ask in the only one pro-shop here and if they don't have it i'll try to purchase it.About the bowhunting in Australia-sorry, i have no idea