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Old 03-06-2017, 12:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So i bought a new Hoyt compound and a buddy and i are going to archery mulies and rifle elk this year. More time in the woods
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WARNING: Archery hunting is extremely addictive
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congrats, welcome to the archery world. practice (like any weapon) is the key.
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Well you are off to a good start. IMHO, Hoyt makes the best bows on the market.
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I got my eye on a new bow this year I have always been a hoyt guy. But I can't help but want to try out some of the new PSE stuff. Congrats on your purchase as mentioned you are in for a fun and rewarding ride
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So i bought a new Hoyt compound and a buddy and i are going to archery mulies and rifle elk this year. More time in the woods
I'm sorry, you have just developed a chronic condition that will ail you every Sept.
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I got my eye on a new bow this year I have always been a hoyt guy. But I can't help but want to try out some of the new PSE stuff. Congrats on your purchase as mentioned you are in for a fun and rewarding ride
Ever give any thought to Xpedition Archery?
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Yes xpedition makes some top notch bows. I would love to add one to my arsenal as well
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One thing about hoyt , is if you break something mid hunt , they are close
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One thing about hoyt , is if you break something mid hunt , they are close
yes , that part is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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