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Thread: 2010 martin cheetah for 3d

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    bowhunterJB
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    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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    bowhunterJB
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    Shot the cheetah last weekend at the first 3D shoot of the season, and shot 276. Not in the money but had fun and that is my best score for 3D. I can see a huge difference in accuracy from my old bow. Love the cheetah.

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