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Im new to archery and looking to buy a compound bow before spring gobbler ive been looking at a pse brute x is it a good bow? wh

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  • Im new to archery and looking to buy a compound bow before spring gobbler ive been looking at a pse brute x is it a good bow? wh

    Im new to archery and looking to buy a compound bow before spring gobbler ive been looking at a pse brute x is it a good bow? whats your guys opinion on what i should get.

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    Do you have prior experience with spring turkeys? If not, may I suggest you take a couple with a firearm before taking up the bow for them? Might build up your confidence.

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    • #3
      Try out a coupe but I have a Diamond Razor Edge and am very happy with it but ask your local stores for more tips. And check the draw weight because if you are new you may not have the muscle for say a 45 pound bow. And some regulations you have to have a maximum draw weight of say 40 or more pounds to hunt any thing bigger than a deer.
      Seth

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      • #4
        PSE makes good bows but the bow is only as good as the shooter. I suggest you get into the ground blind and start practicing.

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        • #5
          I like my Strother Infinity. 65 lb draw weight but 340/fps. 1 pin 0 to 35

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          • #6
            I bought a PSE BruteX last fall and love it. Definitely lives up to my expectations. Currently set up with the basic BruteX ready to shoot package. 408 grain arrow 66 lb draw shooting 272 fps. I would highly recommend it.

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              I bought a PSE BruteX last fall and love it. Definitely lives up to my expectations. Currently set up with the basic BruteX ready to shoot package. 408 grain arrow 66 lb draw shooting 272 fps. I would highly recommend it.

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