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Originally Posted by pyscodog
Bear Super Kodiak

Have 2 both 50# a 69 black panalopy and a 74 blue stripe super K both smooth shooters 3 bear target bows and a half doz othe bear curves, 4 early bear compounds. Yeah I like them. How much money does your passbook savings make for you ? Mb


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I'm old and don't have the strength of my youth, for hunting I have a Bear Royal, short and light 50# max but I shoot it well at 45# 26"draw, I believe 27" is max. It is listed as a a youth bow but I like it.

When I go to 3D shoots a Diamond Infinite Edge Pro set at 40# at shoots it will spend most of the day on the bow stand so a little extra weight doesn't hurt.

For bowfishing I'm shooting a LVX but am going to a Vader lightweight.


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Prime bows have a reputation as ''great bang for the $bucks'' bows.


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Anybody shot the Bear Whitetail Maxx?

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I've been shooting a Hoyt Ultra Tec for many years now, mostly elk hunting here in Oregon.

After about a ten years of rifle only hunting, I found that I could no longer draw the Hoyt - and I have a major archery elk tag in the works! So I did some research, wanting a bow that was very adjustable for weight and draw. The Bear Legend won out.

So far it's just been me trying to get these wrecked shoulders to handle holding the physical weight up - draw, aim and hold long enough to make a decent shot. It's working out nicely. The bow itself is attractive and well balanced. I can use my Hoyt bolt on two piece quiver, which I will due to minimal weight and protrusion from the riser.

My pro shop tech was impressed with the bow and it's adjustability (18-31" draw lengths) and draw weight from 14 - 70#....and an adjustable cable that is used to keep the bow tuned regardless of settings. He has clients that need that extra length and not many bow can do that....


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