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PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 1:23 pm 

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Does anyone here have a Concept Archery bow? The Mini-29 has the option of 99% let-off. A friend tried it and I see a review on you tube. Just wondering if any of you own one.


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I don't guess I have ever heard of them. 99 % let off seems unreal to me. :?

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I've got a friend who has a shooter which has no holding tension at all !! In fact.....it even has a stock and a scope. It's called a cross-gun/bow....something like that. He don't hold nothing but the stock when he's shooting.

Michigan even allows them now in the Archery season..... :shock: But that's another story.....LOL :wink:

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I don't own one but I know of them.. yes they are pretty good bows and yes they go up to 99% let off.

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Tink Nathan of "Tinks" you know who that is... he shoots one or he did..

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HUMMM!!!??? Not sure about all this talk of no tension archery, but who am I to stand in the way of progress!

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 12:35 am 
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seems to be alittle of a cheat to me but then again i like to know that im holding the weight back. I learned on a longbow as a kid so i guess that is where i get my opion.

Sounds like it would be nice if it shot well and that is the most important thing to me over all.

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Ok not to turn this into a debate.. but which would you rather see someone use? A cross bow or a Concept bow that has 99% let off..
This bow is ideal for older or even younger hunters who can't hold long enough. The older bow hunter who decides to hang it up because he can't draw and hold.. does he buy a cross bow or a concept bow?

A younger hunter would reap benefits from this also being able to hold longer... make their concentration and aiming process much better

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