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  1. Skylar oren

    Skylar oren Weekend Warrior

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    So my wife is really wanting to bow hunt next year and im ready to get her a bow that will last. We stoped today at the OK city bass pro and found her a dimond provider. It looks like a good bow but i dont know. Anyone have any ideas on a good quality bow that is affordable.
     
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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    Buy what she likes that works for her buck up.
     
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    Skylar oren Weekend Warrior

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    Ha thats what i like to here. She really likes the diamond. i just want her to be sure before jumping in.
     
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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    If she is happy that is all that matters right? If she likes it buy it.
     
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    Skylar oren Weekend Warrior

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    very true. I Appreciate it.
     
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    JesseHunts Weekend Warrior

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    my girlfriend really took to the mission line up right away and she shoots it well
     
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    macsolocam Weekend Warrior

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    That provider is pretty sweet for the price point. Other alternatives include,

    Mission craze
    Hype DT
    Diamond inf edge sb1
    Hoyt ignite

    But man that cam on the provider has one heck of let-off and decent back wall. Good luck deciding

    "Couldn't think of a good Signature"
     
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    Pro V1 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I bought my daughter the diamond I.E. & she loves it. Helped that it was available in pink.


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    Just make sure it can adjusted! so she can work her way up before getting worn up with to high a draw weight.
     
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    victoryhunter Weekend Warrior

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    Diamond is made by Bowtech, it is quality. If she likes it, buy it!
     
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    Got 2 friends with diamonds. They are awesone bows. I bought my wife the mission craze II. Also a great bow for woman if you ask me. 25 to 70 lbs i think...

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    Skylar oren Weekend Warrior

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    Thanks everyone for the ideas. She went with the diamond provider.
     
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