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billkay

Bowtech Destroyer

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I'm very interested. I'm looking for a replacement for my 4 year old PSE. If any of them are right handed in a lighter draw weight (I'm limited to about 55 lbs due to a shoulder injury), please let me know.

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I know I have a couple of bowes from last year, (2009 models), that are likely 50#. I'll see what I have. May have an older Hoyt too, (2007 0r 2008).

I'm waiting to find out exactly how many I can get of the Destroyer.

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Maybe I should look you up if I think about getting one. I usually shoot 60 lbs. I like the 340, but I hear the 350 isn't a problem with the short brace height. New York is expensive. lol :bang:

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Hey Texan, I have 2 lower poundage bows. 1 is a Bowtech Admiral in RT Hardwoods, 29" draw and 40#'s, the other is a Ross Carnivore, Realtree AP, (I think), 29" draw and 60 #'s.

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Looking for a 26.5/40-50 for my daughter. Even if they are in the box. The warrantee(sp?) may be in question...

Look at AT for a Diamond Razors Edge. I killed 2 deer with mine this year and they are great little bows. 30-60lbs and 19-29" DL with no press. I'm shooting a 400gr. arrow at 235fps at 50lbs and 27".

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