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    bowhunterJB
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    Default 2010 martin cheetah for 3d

    Whats everyone think of using a martin cheetah for 3d shooting? A budy of mine says I shouldnt use it for 3d.

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    If you are confident and it shoots good for you, I don't see why you wouldn't use it.

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    wpranch
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    I shot open class last weekend with mine got 2 nd place with 80 targets and alpine pro shooters ahead of me WAS NOT IMPRESSED WITH THEM ! I would shoot any martin over what they were shooting any day !!!

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    wpranch
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    oh by the way hold real steady.

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    Sonny
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    There is nothing wrong w/ the Cheetah. It is a great bow just like all of the Martin Products. When shooting 3d it is about how you shoot your bow and how accurate you are. The Cheetah being a shorter bow is not as forgiving as a longer bow, but it is only going to shoot as well you can make it perform. Practice up and you'll do fine.

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    absolutely shoot it, you do not need a $1000 set up to shoot, be competive and have fun. dont let someone tell you what YOU want to shoot. tell him to pack his advise up his @$$. shoot the cheetah and have fun.

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