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Gator1
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I was wondering if anyone has one or has shot one of these bows?

They look pretty interesting, and would like to see a pic or two if possible.

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Hermon
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"filed" bow? I don't follow.

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I am a little slow this morning, no coffee yet. You mean "field" bow. No I have not shot one.

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fishone
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He is asking about the Great Northern Field bow. I have a Critter Gitter and a Bushbow and they are excellent bows. I have heard good things about their Field bows and the price is right.
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Lamey
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Should have one here in the next few days, or maybe next week depends on when my buddy ships it. Its going to be my sons Christmas gift, its #37@28 and my son pulls about 24. This one is a bit different as its under clear glass instead of the standard brown glass.

I would like to find one for myself in the upper range of what Jerry makes them (45). There was a 47 on his site a few months back, I should have bought it.

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Three Finger
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I am looking at this bow also. Do any of you know if it comes with the locator grip or only in the broom handle type.

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Shifting Shadow
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I bought a field bow a while back. I don't think it came with a broomstick handle. I think it was a slight locator style. It had 2 lams and shot OK. I have now come to the conclusion that I like recurves better.

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I have one. Fun to shoot, very forgiving. For the money you can't hardly beat it.

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JCJ
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I just purchased a 43# Field Bow. It is a lot of bow for the money.
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I purchased a GN Field Bow 42# @28" two years ago for my son, they are great bows for the money.

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