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New Hobby

Discussion in 'Archery' started by Drake267, May 17, 2019.

  1. Drake267

    Drake267 Big Poster

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    well after selling off my hunting guns, an fx impact and a gsx 100 I decided to start archery again. Bought virtually the same kit as I had before my op last year. Felt ok trying again so thought I’d go for it.

    Bow is a mybo origin with mybo certo stabilisers, shibuya carbon site and ten zone scope. Plus extras to go on it with some very nice Easton arrows. Cant wait to get started again.
     

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    Each to their own I suppose and it looks pretty special but not for me I'm afraid.....still can't believe you sold your MFR and Impact so soon after getting them :facepalm:
     
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    Marky-Boy Just The Two + 1

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    A man that likes a bit of quality
    Likey!!!
     
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    Not getting used mate. Won’t be hunting and if I do then I can still use my gsx. Everybody changes and tries different things, I’ve done this before and only stopped as my op went wrong. Now I’m ok I’m starting again.
     
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    It is mate, bought the bow used at half the cost of a new one. Still cost over £1200 on the full set up.
     
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    It looks the dogs dangalings
    I have a bow at my parents if your interested in the original bow looking bows
    I’m here now if you want a pic
     
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    Yeah go on mate. Cheers
     
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    PM’d sent
     
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    mikeyhall1 Pepe Le Pew

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    Looking good Brett, my mate is well into his bows and he’s addicted lol
     
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    I am mate, fired 6 arrows at the shooting show last weekend and that was it, hernia repair felt ok so out with a couple of guns and in with a bow kit again and a fly fishing outfit!
     
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    Good on you mate, do it all!
     
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    Just a few different things to help relax mate.
     
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