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I would like to buy a compound bow, but it couldnt be more then a couple hundred dollars. I am a beginner so nothing to fancy.

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  • rudyglove27
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    Bass Pro is your best bet to get one!!!

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  • KMB33
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    lefty ambriati

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  • mike ambriati
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    are you left hand or right

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  • Jim in Mo
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    My 18 yr old son bought a bow in your price range from
    Bass Pro because he works their and got a good discount buying their brand. That dang thing shoots good. Better than anything I started out on.

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  • willkillsdeer
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    my bow is an old proline in fact its pratly made of wood but i bought it used with a 50 doller PSE sight on it and i got the bow for 50bucks not bad by me

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  • FairChase
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    The Odyssey II is more of a youth bow. Max draw is only 27". Dont know how old you are.

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  • Christian Emter
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    Fred Bear odessey

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  • Walt Smith
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    Most people would laugh when they first saw my bow, but after they watched me shoot it they would surly cry and have major fits. I bought my bow about 20 years ago from a co-worker who was buying a new one. I paid him a whole $65.00 for his old Bear polarII but her's where the fun beguins- I bought a good quality (Pollington) red dot sight for it, a good quality rest (wisker bisket), a Bear release, and I use Beeman carbon hunter arrows and Muzzy 3 blade 100grain broadheads. The bow is long and heavy but that makes it very accurate. With the red dot I don't have to guess where my arrow is going when I'm in a treestand, wherever the dot is, the arrow goes. Don't get caught up into the short bow fad, any little twitch you make is magnified more so with a short length bow. There are some very good bows out there for next to nothing, all you have to do is add a few quality components to them and you'll have the best "Hunting" bow you could ask for.

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  • mdhager115
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    A bow for a couple hundred will be tough. Go on ebay and get one used. Read up on the bow beforehand. You wannna make sure your getting a deal.

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  • MLH
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    Might have to go used. Make sure it fits your draw length, though. If you are unfamiliar with that then stop by a pro shop and pick their brains. They might actually have a trade in.

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  • FairChase
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    I bought my first bow in 07. Its a Parker Wildfire from my local Bass Pro. Their bows are pretty good for the money. If you need one cheaper than a Parker you might have to go with the "used" route.

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  • codymeyer11
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    i would shop at field and stream online

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  • I would like to buy a compound bow, but it couldnt be more then a couple hundred dollars. I am a beginner so nothing to fancy.

    I would like to buy a compound bow, but it couldnt be more then a couple hundred dollars. I am a beginner so nothing to fancy.

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