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Thread: Fred Bear Gen2

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    Fred Bear Gen2

    Anyone have any reviews about this bow. I found myself with the opportunity to trade a shotgun for one and im curious to hear any reviews. I dont have alot of money to buy a new one thus why i am trading. Also. Is it simple to adjust for draw length or do i need to change modules and such. Google has been kind of unhelpful in my search so i come here to the expertss! Thanks.
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    This site is where i go to look up info on older bows. Usually they'll have information like that, but i couldn't find anything called a "gen 2".

    Look in here and see if any of the model names look right....
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    Millennium M100 treestand: freaking awesome!
    Morrell buckshot broadhead target: doesn't last long, will make a mess of your backyard.
    WGI game camera: DIED.


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