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Rudy Cariello
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I had a 60" 63# take down Big Horn back in the early 80's. The thing kicked like a mule. When I talked to Fred at the Deer and Turkey Expo about it( he used to set up and sell there), he said, yep, that model does have some hand shock eh?

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quote:
Originally posted by ron w:
Most of the ones I have seen are always heavy. That's why I decided I needed this one, right in my specs.

That's why I always liked that bow. I could pick it up anytime and drive tacks with it. I always carried it with me on trips because I figured if I cut a finger or even broke one, I could still shoot it.

Great bow....I wish you the best of luck with it and as I said, if you ever want to get rid of it, I'll buy it back 8-)

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quote:
Originally posted by Biggie Hoffman:
quote:
Originally posted by ron w:
Most of the ones I have seen are always heavy. That's why I decided I needed this one, right in my specs.

That's why I always liked that bow. I could pick it up anytime and drive tacks with it. I always carried it with me on trips because I figured if I cut a finger or even broke one, I could still shoot it.

Great bow....I wish you the best of luck with it and as I said, if you ever want to get rid of it, I'll buy it back 8-)

Thank you..... [Not Worthy] [Not Worthy] [thumbsup]

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quote:
Originally posted by Biggie Hoffman:
quote:
Originally posted by ron w:
Most of the ones I have seen are always heavy. That's why I decided I needed this one, right in my specs.

That's why I always liked that bow. I could pick it up anytime and drive tacks with it. I always carried it with me on trips because I figured if I cut a finger or even broke one, I could still shoot it.

Great bow....I wish you the best of luck with it and as I said, if you ever want to get rid of it, I'll buy it back 8-)

I'll out bid you brother... [wavey]
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[biglaugh]

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