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wingnut
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January
I just got this from the folks at Elite.
Stop by their booth at one of these show and take a look at the bow.


14-17 Cleveland Outdoor Show (completed)
22-24 Kansas Monster Buck Classic
29-31 Cincinnati Outdoor Show
February

11-14 NWTF Nashville
19-21 Springfield, MA Sportsman Show
25-28 Indiana Deer

March

4-6 Erie, PA Sportsman Show
10-13 WNY Outdoor Show Hamburg
26 S&S Taxidermy Springville

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They will also be at Lancaster and Vegas if your headed that way the next two weeks.

Mike

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You don't have one to show folks around here???

Bisch

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Elite Origin bow review on You Tube from the 2016 ATA. Probably a fine choice for metal riser arrow rest people.
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Bisch,

I have one here at the shop. If you're in the area, stop by and we'll fling a few.

Talked with the design engineer at Elite yesterday and he is busy with the off the shelf package now.
Hope to have it before we ship any production bows.

Mike

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Guys
I am now part of The Outdoor Group with my call company, and I was at the ATA show with them. The first thing I seen when I got there was this new bow, and let me tell you, without a doubt an unbelievable bow to shoot.
The smoothest drawing bow, dead silent and zero I mean zero hand shock. I could not put them down, and they were making me shoot different targets, because arrows were slapping. The speed and smoothness and quietness, and shooting only 45lbs...well was nice. This could be with me in the field this year.
If you get a chance the quality and fit of this bow and then you draw it back and is butter smooth, will be a huge seller for sure.

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My nephew and I were able to shoot this bow in Topeka, Kansas yesterday. Very impressed with how it shot.
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The photos I've seen make it appear it is not "shoot off the shelf" friendly.
Is that true? Looked like to me you really need some type of rest.

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Anyone?

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My 7 yr old son: How do you know where to aim?
Me: I don't aim. I just look where I want the arrow to hit.
Son: You sure look at the wrong place a lot!

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Hermon
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The one we shot had an elevated rest, and as is, could not be shot off the shelf. The riser is 5/8" past center. I read on another site that there will be an accessory that can be added to allow for shooting off the shelf, but isn't available at this time.
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