What's your favorite hunting bow?

17Tactical

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Dec 20, 2010
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Georgia
Howard Hill Wesley Special, 66", 58#@27". shoots cedars shafts with 160 gr Tiger Sharks broadheads.
 

Greyfox

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Jan 21, 2008
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Northeast
Howard Hill Wesley Special, 66", 58#@27". shoots cedars shafts with 160 gr Tiger Sharks broadheads.
Very nice bow....I’m a Howard Hill nut, shooting and collecting the for almost 40 years...
The bottom bow”Green Dragon” was given to Ed Hill by Howard Hill in the late 50’s. Ed was the guy attacked by the Python in the Tembo movie.
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Terry Pittman

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Aug 5, 2018
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Indiana
I’ve been shooting a Hoyt seven37 for the last 5 years or so. I like a longer axel to axel bow and ran across it in a little mom and pop shop in southern Indiana. It was already set up for my draw length so I couldn’t pass it up. It’s a real pleasure to shoot @ 60lbs.
 

Creedmoor shooter

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Monroe, Newhampshire
I upgraded from my old hoyt this season. Went and shot a bunch of bows, came back with the new bowtech realm-x. Love this bow. Set at 70lbs Shooting a Easton axis 5mm with a rage hypodermic
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FlGunner

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Florida
I absolutely love my Mathews Halon 32 but am still partial to my old Hoyt Alpha max 32.... the old Alpha max shot and hit hard. Killed a lot of deer with it and it always felt great. I still shoot it every now and then but the Halon is my main squeeze in archery season.
 

cheechin

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I believe bows are kinda like shotguns. Don't worry so much about brand - just find the one that fits and feels right to you. Right now, I'm using a 2013 Mathews MR8.
 

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