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This is a discussion on Reflex compound bows within the Bowhunting Africa forums, part of the HUNT AFRICA category; Hello guys, has anyone here experience with reflex bows? I know they get produced by Hoyt and the prices are ...

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    Hello guys,
    has anyone here experience with reflex bows? I know they get produced by Hoyt and the prices are very tempting!

    Any info is appreciated!
    Dennis
    Tally Ho Game Ranch - South Africa
    dennis@tallyho.co.za
    www.tallyho.co.za

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    No first hand knowledge of them, but, they are good enough for Chuck Adams,,,,He has killed many, many animals including Muskox in well below subzero conditions with one.
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    I was on the Reflex advisory staff at one time, and shot Reflex for quite a few years after that even though I wasn't on staff. I loved my Reflex bow. I'm shooting a Hoyt bow now (Carbon Matrix), have always been happy with how Hoyt products have performed.

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    They are fine bows, really all they were was hoyt bows that could be sold in big box stores. Most of your big bow manufacturers have made deals with archery shops to keep them from selling in stores like cabelas. Hoyt reabsorbed all the top line reflex and just renamed them. Fine bows.

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