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    Striker eco limbs?

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    I'm shopping around to buy my first kit. i pretty much know what i want (sf forged+ riser, sf axiom stabilisation and decut 120 sight among others). now i'm trying to choose my limbs. i was thinking of some sf premium wood limbs (cheapest i could find) but recently i saw Striker Eco Limbs for even cheaper. thing is that i can't seem to find any good reviews anywhere.anyone familiar with this product?
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    You get what you pay for with these - make sure you check the poundage is close to the marked weight and check the tiller. If all ok then fine to start off with - some were made in Korea they are better than the ones made in China.

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    that's why i'm looking around for reviews. i don't want to spend a lot on my first limbs for obvious reasons but on the other hand i don't want to compromise on quality too much

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    Gael i would suggest that you do not compromise too much on the limbs because I know that you are going to use them for quite a while. And if you want to change am sure you'll find someone to sell.
    This said get the SF because in cheap limbs the quality is not perfect and as such you may find it fit the riser with trouble even if ILF.
    You got a long draw length and I know you can easily pull 38#
    So I'd expect you to be able to pull 42# on the finger which is a lot. So get some good limbs it will be worth it.

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    thanks archer.

    I was originally looking at the sf elite fiber foam limbs which is somewhat the best i can afford on my budget (well at least from the website i'll be buying. i know i can shop elsewhere too but i prefer to get all my stuff from one place as far as possible)


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