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    Senior Member ElkSlayer's Avatar
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    well thats a nice looking bow ...sadly too short for my taste. would be interested in how it shoots...
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    Nice or not in the hand might be a different story. Would definitely have to shoot it to make my opinion.
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    As far as how the bow looks, I would give it 3 stars. Now for everything else, I would have to shoot it first.
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    Kinda makes me wonder if the "grip extension arms" (or whatever you want to call them) would act as a stabilizer of sorts. If not, might be a good idea for them to turn them into a pair of stabilizers. 2 stabs on a bow should really make it dead in the hand. Just a thought.....

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