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    Parker Bows

    Hi, Im looking to purchase a Parker Poison 32. Parker brand is not popular in my area. It looks like a very good bow. It's even is available with 90% let off. Was woundering if any of you have any experience with Parker bows, good or bad. Thanks!!!

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    I don’t, but some states have let-off requirements. You should check what states you will be hunting with it.

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    I bought a Parker in a hunting package many yrs ago. It shot great, and I gave it to my nephew when my shoulder went bad. He still uses it, and has taken several bulls with it. Seems to kill stuff really dead, and has been performing now for roughly 13 yrs. Don't hesitate to get one. It WILL shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowrunner View Post
    I don?t, but some states have let-off requirements. You should check what states you will be hunting with it.
    Don't plan on using 90% let off. As I have been reading its an option. PSE and Parker are the first i've ever seen that offer 90% let off.

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    I have a parker blazer compound and a parker thunderhawk crossbow. Both great bows that are very accurate. Customer service has been awesome as well. I wouldn't hesitate to purchase one.

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    Its good its rough and long lasting. will be best to get one.

 

 

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