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- Great Bow Review by CoAcher
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I injured my left shoulder (one I hold the bow with) so had taken a year long break from archery. I can still shoot but can feel some discomfort if pulling a really heavy bow. I tested several bows out, to include some higher end Bear bows (all set at 70#) I found them all to have a very heavy draw cycle and was getting discouraged. Someone suggested I check out the Diamond bows which I hadn't considered yet since I was just looking at the big name brands. I noticed that they are made by Bowtech witch is a great brand. I drew back the Diamond Core set at 70# and was shocked at how smooth and easy the cycle was. It felt way smoother and lighter than the other bows that I had been testing at the same draw weight. With the 80% let off, I could take my time holding on the target and right out the gate after not shooting for a year, I was holding tight groups. On top of all that, the bow also felt light and seemed a little more compact that the others. I was/ am impressed so I pulled out the card and bought it on the spot.
To make it more affordable, they come with a cheap sight, but that doesn't detract from the bow. I bought a nice site at the same time and had it installed and now the setup is perfect. I'm 6'2" so have longer arms and this bow adjusts perfectly for me. Excellent bow and and very smooth to shoot.
(Posted on 10/13/14)
- Pretty Good Bow Review by johnski
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As I am getting older, I find a need to be able to adjust poundage and draw length. However, if I buy a bow with 10 pound increments I may get a 50-60 and find I need a new bow in 3 years. With this bow, I hope to adjust as I need both draw length and poundage. Reviews by others have been good on this mid-priced bow.
(Posted on 1/9/14)