GUN well this certainly should qualify for a weapon of "minor" destruction.

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  1. hsracer201

    hsracer201 New Member

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    i ordered this about 2 weeks ago and it finally came in today.

    2008 mathews dxt. :bowdown:

    i am still waiting on my sights, so i am just going to wait and put everything together at once, which will be next weeks sometime. :)

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    complete with mathews detachable quiver, complimentary (read: free) QAD ultra-rest and ultra-nok 2. :wiggle:

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    i scored the bow for $560 and the quiver for $80. :bigthumb:

    my apologies if this belongs in the hunting forum, that place is just really slow, and besides, it IS a weapon of "minor" destruction. :mamoru:
     
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    Nice bow!

    The thing is, that doesn't make a loud noise when fired so Obama would consider it Class III and ban it all to hell.
     
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    :rofl: you are right. you reckon i can find an adapter and screw my .22 silencer on the front sorta like a stabalizer? :naughty:
     
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    Milky I'm in your Millenium Falcon, rumbling your Wookie

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    Awesome. I have an FX2 and my buddy bought a switchback when they first came out. I :love: Mathews bows
     
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    rock on! i have a FX that i bought back in '02, i think, and i still have it. it's been a good bow for sure and i've shot about 25-30 deer with it, but i needed something new to spice things up for this year. i didn't even get to bowhunt last year due to working 6 days a week (we can't hunt on sunday in VA) , but this year i WILL MAKE time to hunt.

    i'm stoked. we have damage permits that are valid all year in the city limits, so as soon as i get this baby rolling, i'm doing some hunting. :)
     
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    do want
     
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    skeletor25rs Yetis & Deer

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    Been bow hunting for a while.
    I'll be picking up a long bow in the next month or so.
     
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    I have looked at geting in to this but im just not sure where to start
     
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    skeletor25rs Yetis & Deer

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    1. Buy long bow
    2. Buy cedar arrows
    3. Shoot..... a lot.
     
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    nah man, buy a cheap compound, then buy carbon arrows, THEN shoot a lot. :bowdown:

    and a lot...

    and a lot...

    and a lot....

    :bigthumb:
     
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    skeletor25rs Yetis & Deer

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    He asked how to get into long bows :wavey:
     
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    A buddy at work just bought a house and it had two newer looking compounds in cases up in the attic. He offered to sell them to me, what do these things start at price wise? I don't know jack about them. :o
     
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    the one pictured above retails for $850. that's why i was thrilled to get it for $560. it all depends, some bows sell for as little as $200. i would check and see what kind they are. they might be worth a nice amount. :cool:
     

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