Diamond Infinite Edge Pro

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  1. ebrage

    ebrage Newb

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    Looking to buy, have never owned or shot a bow, just curious what peoples opinions are on these. I do have enough saved for a more expensive bow, but the tightwad in me is coming out. Any and all opinions are appreciated!
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  2. bradn4201

    bradn4201 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Go to a bow shop and shoot them. That's the only way you will know which one fits you.
     
  3. Rjohnson83

    Rjohnson83 Newb

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    It's what I started out with a little over a year ago. I still have and use it.
     
  4. Lung Buster

    Lung Buster Die Hard Bowhunter

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    To be honest I have heard nothing but good things about the Infinite Edge but if I were you I would shoot as many bows as you can in your price range!! You never know what bow will pick you!! You might just be surprised!
     
  5. pitzer25

    pitzer25 Weekend Warrior

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    It's a good bow but you get what you pay for. My wife is using it bow and the accessories that come with it are junk. It has a soft back wall when at full draw. Like I said it's a good bow but you can definitely see a difference in quality when you move up in price

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    KjKlump Weekend Warrior

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    Are you done growing?
    Truth be told it's hard to find a bad bow these days, just different.
    What Pitzer said is absolutely true about the accessories if they still uses the same as they did on previous versions. The rest is horrid and when you take the quiver off it can move the sight.
    We found that out the hard way when my wife had one.
    I think G5 makes an entry bow that actually comes with accessories that a person would pay for.
    Try a few out, you won't find a bad one, just different.
     

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