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Old 11-19-2008, 05:30 PM
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Old 11-19-2008, 10:51 PM
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Yeah the Alphamax is unreal! Carbonslinger if you want a Katera I will sell you a complete 29 inch 70 lb RH.
Can i move the poundage down?? I am more of a 28 1/2 inch draw range. How much sir?
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Old 11-20-2008, 09:49 AM
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Here's the bow you need CarbonSlinger!

I will be selling my Mistress (Diamond Black Ice) for the Mister (IceMan)

It's basically Bowtech's Single Cam Version of The General.

No Hand shock, In Velvet, coating take vibration out of limbs and riser, IBO 323 fps. 81 fpe of KE. 7 1/8" Brace Height, Very light, and 31 1/2" ATA. Comes in various versions of Realtree, MO Brush, and even a Blue Camo (can you imagine bowfishin with it? I think it's 24-31" DL and anywhere from 40 - 70 lbs!


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Old 11-20-2008, 09:54 AM
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Can i move the poundage down?? I am more of a 28 1/2 inch draw range. How much sir?
Good luck on that. You can take out a few twists and tweak a few other things to maybe get it to 28.5. I shoot 28.5 too, it's not easy getting a second hand non-adjustable bow.

Did I see you in Kokmo, this am? I could have sworn I saw a camo'd SUV with your logo on both back windows.
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no im farther south than you.
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Old 11-20-2008, 03:11 PM
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Here's the bow you need CarbonSlinger!

I will be selling my Mistress (Diamond Black Ice) for the Mister (IceMan)

It's basically Bowtech's Single Cam Version of The General.

No Hand shock, In Velvet, coating take vibration out of limbs and riser, IBO 323 fps. 81 fpe of KE. 7 1/8" Brace Height, Very light, and 31 1/2" ATA. Comes in various versions of Realtree, MO Brush, and even a Blue Camo (can you imagine bowfishin with it? I think it's 24-31" DL and anywhere from 40 - 70 lbs!


Sweeeeeeeeeeeeet!

I was looking at the bowtech lineup and liked the Captain and 82nd Airborne, but I like the toughness of the hoyts.
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Old 11-22-2008, 08:54 AM
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I shot the alphamax 32 and wow it is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 11-23-2008, 07:27 PM
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yes sir!
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Old 11-23-2008, 07:48 PM
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I like my Hoyt Laser tech.Good luck with the newer model!
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Old 11-23-2008, 11:22 PM
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I'd likely look at the Superhawk. It's a mid-range bow, that looks pretty cool. It's got a brace height of 7.5" and has similar limbs to the Katera. I don't care that it doesn't have an STS bracket. I can always make one if I really want it. Besides, I'm not one to go out and buy a new bow every year, because every year every manufacturer will come out with something better than the previous year. I just want something that'll last me a while.
The Superhawk is one of the best mid range bows out there. It is a real nice shooter. I think I like it a little more then the alphmax, it has a smoother cam. But it is about 14 FPS slower, if that matters to you. I like a smooth cam and am willing to give up a little speed for it. And a 7.5" brace is nice too. I think hoyt will do well with these 2 bows this year, not like that speed freak, short brace thing they had last year.
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