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    Quote Originally Posted by LionOfNarnia View Post
    Don't succumb to the dark side HKP, get a set of rods & shoot like an Olympian!

    Do you really want to spend more time searching for 'greens' than you do shooting?

    Where the hell is the fun in that?

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    the dark side? Nobody’s mentioned a c**p***d
    still got reservations about a bow that looks like it’s from skaro though
    Well that wasnít supposed to happen!

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    Well I can confirm that the bow does indeed work just fine, well at 20 yards anyway wildest shot was an inner blue so well chuffed and going to push out to 30 yards on Saturday if Iím allowed out to play by swimbo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corax67 View Post
    At club weadvise our beginners to buy the best riser they can afford because a riser will last you many years before requiring replacement (if at all) but limbs that are cheap & cheerful will perform completely well until you hit your ideal draw weight and consider top end carbon ones.

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    Is exactly the advice re: risers that we offer to all people at our clube buying their first set of kit.

    Speak to some people in your club and no doubt more than one or two will point you in direction of your clubs font of all knoweledge. Don't disregard the possibility of picking up a decent used riser at a reduced price ...but do take advice on doing that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Sheffield View Post
    Is exactly the advice re: risers that we offer to all people at our clube buying their first set of kit.

    Speak to some people in your club and no doubt more than one or two will point you in direction of your clubs font of all knoweledge. Don't disregard the possibility of picking up a decent used riser at a reduced price ...but do take advice on doing that.
    Thanks Phil
    I settled on the WNS axiom in the end, being the impatient bugger that I am I was over to merlin the week after my course finished, but with all the great info on here and nu senseiís vids on the tube I donít seem to have done too bad, it helps that the staff at merlin are knowledgable and helpful.
    The only error I made was a very cheap light quiver that has been irritating me but now fixed with a more substantial one
    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by HongKongPhooey View Post
    Thanks Phil
    I settled on the WNS axiom in the end, being the impatient bugger that I am I was over to merlin the week after my course finished, but with all the great info on here and nu senseiís vids on the tube I donít seem to have done too bad, it helps that the staff at merlin are knowledgable and helpful.
    The only error I made was a very cheap light quiver that has been irritating me but now fixed with a more substantial one
    Matt
    as long as you are sorted out and enjoying your shooting then all is well.

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