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    • Bully26
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      Does anyone shoot a Pittsley Predator? Does any one know anything about them?

      Thanx in advance,

      Joel

    • William WarrenWilliam Warren
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      You can go to Hunter’s Niche website and see their products. I have the TD recurve and it is a good shooter. It may be a little heavy (physically) than some would like but if you don’t mind a riser with a little heft its a good bow. They also market a plain jane version through Bass Pro.

      Duncan

    • Bully26
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      I have been to the site. I was just looking for a review or opinion.

      Heavy? Maybe I can talk him into lightening one up a little? I hunted a Longbow this year and the lightness was great. As long as one would be lighter than a compound it may be OK.

      Thanx,

      Bully26

    • William WarrenWilliam Warren
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      Mine is 50# @ 28″ has the bubinga/grey stained riser with black glass limbs. I added snake skins to the limbs myself. It is quiet shooting and shoots a cedar shaft pretty fast off the shelf. I had to add my own bear hair shelf. The one that came with it was not so great. I don’t know if it will weigh less han a modern compound since todays compounds are so much smaller than the one I had back in the 80’s I could put mine on the scales tonight and give you a weight if you want. I don’t worry too much about the weight for around here. If I went on an epic adventure I’d take my Shrew too save on weight.

    • Bully26
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      Duncan,

      Negative sir, but thank you. Either way ill just have to deal with it.

      I have shot a Black Widow and it felt pretty heavy. Is there a bow sling for easy carry?

      Thanx,

      Joel

    • David CoulterDavid Coulter
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      A bow sling is an interesting concept. The only one I have seen is on the tuffhead.com site. Worth a look. dwc

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