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I’m getting a new compound bow. I’ve been shooting a mission switch for a couple years, and before that I owned a mathews no cam when it was new and loved it. These are the factors at play:

>no intent of hunting
>budget of around $1000
>can only draw up to 50lbs (injury)
>live like five minutes away from the bowtech factory
>already have a spot-Hogg 3 pin sight that I’ll put on new bow
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I've shot compounds but mainly prefer recurves. I'm looking at getting a new recurve, anyone experience the mybo pathfinder? What's the increased brace height like? What are the drawbacks for using it with a 27.5" draw length?
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>>2400122
I feel like op was trying to ask a question but forgot to ask it
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>>2400648
That's why I hijaked his thread lol, let's call this a general archery thread now
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>>2400666
Begone satan
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I just got a Bowtech Amplify, totally new to archery and hunting but it felt good to shoot in the shop. Should I ditch the thumb release I shelled $120 for and get a resistance release? I haven't started practicing regularly yet
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>>2400648
I’m wondering what bow people recommend
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>>2401442
Since this board is 90% larpers only a Bowflex will do.
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>>2401442
Binary cam is technically the most efficient and legally only bowtech can make them.
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>wrist not straight
>feet too far apart
>rotated inward

oof + yikey



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