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    Thanks I think I will go to shooters in kitch/waterloo as daughter lives there so would be convenient and they seem to have a great reputation..
    thanks ride.lift.shoot but I am going to try a few bows out and see, if I do like the Elite I will definitely be interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeymjt View Post
    Thanks I think I will go to shooters in kitch/waterloo as daughter lives there so would be convenient and they seem to have a great reputation..
    thanks ride.lift.shoot but I am going to try a few bows out and see, if I do like the Elite I will definitely be interested
    Good place with different brand , got my last Matthew there Monster Chill 30 try them all take ur time .

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    Quote Originally Posted by skull View Post
    I would recommend to shoot a few bows before you make a decision
    Go to a quality bow shop where they stand behind their products.
    The one thing i highly recommend is brace height
    And easy draw cycle
    All bow this days are 70/80% let off
    The higher the brace height is the more forgiving the bow is
    I personally not going to shoot nothing less than 7 brace height
    Good luck
    ^^^^ This

    Also, and probably the most important thing is, don't over bow yourself!!!
    If you have to contort yourself in any way to draw the bow it means you are overbowed and you will not be able to utilize and develop a proper shooting form and shot sequence.
    Besides, here in Ontario if you are hunting whitetails you don't need anything higher than 50# anyway.
    You wouldn't believe the number of people who come into the shop to see me wanting to get a 70# bow for their first bow. Uggg! Stop watching those stupid hunting shows, will you already!
    Also, buy from a bow shop where there is a qualified tech to help you set the bow up properly to fit you, etc.
    Stay away from places like Cabelas. They'll sell you a bow, but then you're on your own.

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