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What is the best bow? Virginia Bear? proline II or a hurricane?

Hi, I am buying a compound bow. All a Proline Cyclone II, 45inch, 45 60 percent of the weight and draw release is 35-50 percent. or I could buy a bear, deer hunter is 50inch, 40-60 draw weight, 40 percent and 50 left in peace. What is the best of both? Heres Cyclone proline (http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=110274317256&ssPageName=STRK:MEWN:IT&ih=001) Heres Bear whitetail (http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI. Dll? ViewItem & rd = 1 & item = 150275554051 & ssPageName = STRK: MEWN: IT & ih = 005) What do you think of proline? no experience with it? wearing the white tail is about 30 years .. Is this correct?

An arc is only a means of delivery of the arrow to the destination. If the arrow is not perfect – or as perfect as possible – the arc does not really matter. When choosing a bow, it all boils down to one thing: What happens as you? If you do not want, for whatever reason, will not be the "best" bow before you, no matter how high tech or fantasy – or new – it is. Try both and you can go with the one you love.

How to Glue Tires — ProLine Minute w/ Squirrel #6


Pro-Line Racing 1164-02 Bow-Fighter SC 2.2/3.0 M3 (Soft) Tires


Pro-Line Racing 1164-02 Bow-Fighter SC 2.2/3.0 M3 (Soft) Tires


$24.95


This is a pair of Pro-Line M3 Bow-Fighter SC 2.2/3.0 Tires and Foam Inserts included.The Bow-Fighter SC tire is specifically designed to give you the best traction possible for your Short Course truck in the most demanding conditions, all while achieving the durability you desire. Take the fight to the competition with Pro-Line’s tire the Bow-Fighter SC. With a multiple World Championship pedigree…

ProLine 9048034 Big Blox X4 Super Soft Off-Road 1/8 Buggy Tires, White


ProLine 9048034 Big Blox X4 Super Soft Off-Road 1/8 Buggy Tires, White


$42.95


This is a pair of Pre-Mounted big Blox x4 tires. Pro-line’s extremely popular big Blox tire in x4 compound is now available Pre-Mounted! introducing the ultimate long wear tire – pro-line’s big Blox. Customers and racers continue to demand higher and higher performance out of 1:8 Buggy race tires while also requiring tires that last longer and longer. After much consultation and input from top-l…

ProLine 9045033 Bow Tie 2.0X3 (Soft) Off Road 1/8 Buggy Tires, White


ProLine 9045033 Bow Tie 2.0X3 (Soft) Off Road 1/8 Buggy Tires, White


$41.36


This is a pair of Pre-Mounted bow-tie 2.0 x3 tires. Pro-line’s extremely popular bow-tie 2.0 tire in x3 compound is now available Pre-Mounted! pro-line’s original bow-tie took the 1:8 Buggy racing world by Storm winning the 2006 IFMAR world Championships and countless National Championships. The bow-tie is back stronger than ever as the bow-tie 2.0! the bow-tie 2.0 tire received a complete overhau…

ProLine 9048033 Big Blox X3 Soft Off Road 1/8 Buggy Tires Mntd On Lightweight Velocity Wheels, White


ProLine 9048033 Big Blox X3 Soft Off Road 1/8 Buggy Tires Mntd On Lightweight Velocity Wheels, White


$35.16


This is a pair of Pre-mounted BIG BLOX X3 Tires. Pro-Line’s extremely popular BIG BLOX tire in X3 compound is now available Pre-Mounted! Introducing the Ultimate Long Wear tire – Pro-Line’s BIG BLOX. Customers and Racers continue to demand higher and higher performance out of 1:8 Buggy Race tires while also requiring tires that last longer and longer. After much consultation and input from top-l…


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