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So, I am trying to kill 2 birds with one stone.... Dropping a hint to Fishy about a Christmas present :whistle:, and getting some advice on a bow for women.

I have shot some in the past years, borrowing friend's bows. I am comfortable at a 40 pound draw, but want to work up to 50 to start bow hunting next year.

What suggestions do you all have for a bow? :thinking:
 

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Parker makes a bow in Pink Camo
 

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He should just get you a Diamond. Ah, bow that is.:D
 

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Shoot several models, of different makes, and let the bow pick you!!!!:cheers::wave:
 

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go to powderhorn in columbia and she what lee has in stock..... or what he can order that will fit you......
 

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The best and fastest that I have seen for women is a Bowtech Equalizer......they are not made anymore which is a shame, but they can be found on the internet for sale and are great bows for the shorter draw. Plus...since they are an older model the price should't be outrageous......:cheers:
 

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I got my wife the Hoyt Trykon Sport there in Columbia. It os a very nice bow at a decent price. I know my wife is really proud of it.:cheers:
 

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Mathews has their Passion line of bows just for women.
 

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[rquote=1483459&tid=103704&author=mizzou_aggie125]So, I am trying to kill 2 birds with one stone.... Dropping a hint to Fishy about a Christmas present :whistle:, and getting some advice on a bow for women.

I have shot some in the past years, borrowing friend's bows. I am comfortable at a 40 pound draw, but want to work up to 50 to start bow hunting next year.

What suggestions do you all have for a bow? :thinking:[/rquote]

I suggest ya get that old man of yours to drive ya up & I'll setup one of Jenny's old bows for ya to try out. Pretty sure she's got a Mathews that would fit ya.
 

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My wife just got a hoyt avenger plus....of cours it's pink. She seems to like it and shoot it well.

The problem you'll find, is shops don't carry bows for women to "try out" because they don't sell many of them....and therefore don't keep many on stock.
 

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[rquote=1484064&tid=103704&author=pinwheel][rquote=1483459&tid=103704&author=mizzou_aggie125]So, I am trying to kill 2 birds with one stone.... Dropping a hint to Fishy about a Christmas present :whistle:, and getting some advice on a bow for women.

I have shot some in the past years, borrowing friend's bows. I am comfortable at a 40 pound draw, but want to work up to 50 to start bow hunting next year.

What suggestions do you all have for a bow? :thinking:[/rquote]

I suggest ya get that old man of yours to drive ya up & I'll setup one of Jenny's old bows for ya to try out. Pretty sure she's got a Mathews that would fit ya.[/rquote]

Drive her up and drop her off with Jenny? Or should he stay as well? :D
 
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