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    Which bow for which hunt??????

    I am thinking on using my omen pro for my pronghorn hunt and evo for my muley hunt. What is your input. As you can see my gear is devastating for both animals but which one is the best. The reason for the omen on my pronghorn for it being quiet and super fast and those goats are really jumpy. Now evo for deer because hiking a bunch so having a smooth draw would really be helpful. So post your reason and don't say another bow or brand cause I have found the 2 perfect bows for ME. Thanks and good luck to all that drew tags!
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    What?! A post by velvetfvr that talks about his two bows? No way!
    Last edited by BigSurArcher; 05-29-2012 at 09:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSurArcher View Post
    What?! A post by velvetfvr that talks about his two bows? No way!
    It's true !!!! I read it twice and sure enough...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSurArcher View Post
    What?! A post by velvetfvr that talks about his two bows? No way!

    Hhahahahhaahha he def knows what he likes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSurArcher View Post
    What?! A post by velvetfvr that talks about his two bows? No way!
    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha............I love it!

    If it were me I would take both, and shoot the smooth one first, if you miss, you can re-draw and shoot them with the fast one.
    Shoot STR8

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha............I love it!

    If it were me I would take both, and shoot the smooth one first, if you miss, you can re-draw and shoot them with the fast one.
    I've heard of packin 2 pistols on each side but double bows?!?! Damn skills

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha............I love it!

    If it were me I would take both, and shoot the smooth one first, if you miss, you can re-draw and shoot them with the fast one.

    Hahahaha two pistols, two lassos, two pairs of boots, two pairs of underwear I HAVE heard of theses. But a two bows one as back up now that's sum funny stuff Ruttin!

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    lol! Good stuff.

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    Well....send me those bows for a test run. Ill get back with you on my scientific findings.

    Reallynow.... Not too many guys here are going to bring themselves to make up an answer to that. The one answer we mostlikely will give you is this. Take the bow your confident in using. No bow under any circumstance will do any archer justice if they are not confident in how well it will perform for them.
    If you have to question which bow.....you are not ready to take it hunting. You need more range time.
    I hunt because......

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    I feel confident with both but which one will benefit me the most with penetration and KE? I can smack a bullseye out to 80 yards no prob but I want some opinions. What's the fuss about me asking a question so some more experienced archers can help me, thanks!
    2013 spyder turbo, 70lbs black out and 2013 pse omen max 60# stormy hardwoods green
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