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Old 08-24-2009, 02:04 PM
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Should I get it???

well I have three days before it sells on ebay to decide if I want it at all...
and of course if I do.. he will take it off ebay and sell it to me

Reezen 6.5
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Old 08-24-2009, 02:15 PM
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the only thing is, i hope it fits you. If you know it will go for it!
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Old 08-24-2009, 02:19 PM
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the only thing is, i hope it fits you. If you know it will go for it!
do you mean just the draw length???
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Old 08-24-2009, 02:20 PM
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I see no need to buy that bow. Unless you do not own one right now. If that is the one you want then buy it. But I think there are many other bows out there that are better and cost less.
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do you mean just the draw length???
Draw length, Draw Wieght, all of it.
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Old 08-24-2009, 02:36 PM
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Draw length, Draw Wieght, all of it.
draw wieght no big problem.. lenght I beleive is 28.. have the cam changed out for a 30 and I will be good... well he has never used it.. but he isn't asking for near the price a brand new one from a dealer... so I kinda figure why not...
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You can not go wrong with a Mathews! I love my Switchback. I shot a Bowtech before my Mathews. It was smooth, but I shoot the Switchback a lot better.
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You can not go wrong with a Mathews! I love my Switchback. I shot a Bowtech before my Mathews. It was smooth, but I shoot the Switchback a lot better.
thanks for the input
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Old 08-24-2009, 03:04 PM
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I made the mistake of buying a bow off of ebay. Wont do that again
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I would wait and see what comes out next year the Reezen and the Monster are not the best thing they've come out with I've shot them both and not impressed and I currently shoot a switchback the reezen doesn't hold true to the mathews name smoothness there kind of rough still and ofcourse that should be expected mathews just now getting into the speed thing and all I would wait until they refine them next year! Seriously you need to go shoot a reezen before you buy one! Also it's going to cost you and extra $80 to have the cam switched out that's even trading in your old one is it still a good deal? I really don't consider the reezen to be a mathews if I were to buy a new bow this year it would be a Hoyt alpha max 32! This is just my 2 cents!
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