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Alright this the deal. Had a pse fang lt and then a bear saga 405. Im havin trouble with the saga holding groups. I even changed scopes today an i shot a tight group then it slung the next into the dirt. That was the story. Either way. Im gonna keeep it an keep working on it as a backup. I checked everything. Seems tight an no damage. Less than year old. Anyways i been lookin for a reason to get a new bow. I really want the ravin r26. But aint crazy about spending 2 grand plus. I wanna spend no more than 1200. Whats the best suggestions yall have. I like the cocking systems an decocker. And something that I can hold good groups to at least 60 yards

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It is a little more than what you wanted to spend but far below the $2000.00. And has a decocking mechanism also.


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Bro i love how it looks for sure. Have to back order tho. But yeah im gonna be digging into it. Thank u

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Check out the Rocky Mountain 415 at Feredyne Outdoors. I recently purchased one.
It has 215 pound draw weight limbs. When cocking, the last 3 to 4 inch has a let off.
It is rebranded and very similar to the Carbon Express F Force 390 Pile Driver. Out of
the box it shot 401 feet per second using a 378 grain arrow-point combination. I did
a few modifications and now it is shooting a 380 grain arrow-point combination at 432
feet per second and a 450 grain arrow-point combination 20" Carbon Express Pile Driver
averaging 402 to 405 feet per second. This crossbow is built in Taiwan and very high quality.

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It is a little more than what you wanted to spend but far below the $2000.00. And has a decocking mechanism also.


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What about the ten point stealth nxt?

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I have the Stealth NXT and love it.

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yes sir. Dude i feel like a kid in a candy store so many choices. I wish my bear saga would straighten out. Man it will shoot 2 or 3 tight bolts an sling the next one in the dirt. I changed scopes. Idk

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yes sir. Dude i feel like a kid in a candy store so many choices. I wish my bear saga would straighten out. Man it will shoot 2 or 3 tight bolts an sling the next one in the dirt. I changed scopes. Idk

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Just not on Tenpoint website since they discontinued them. I say if you find one snag it up. Mine shoots 435 grain arrows at 385 FPS. Plenty fast enough with plenty of KE

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yes sir. Dude i feel like a kid in a candy store so many choices. I wish my bear saga would straighten out. Man it will shoot 2 or 3 tight bolts an sling the next one in the dirt. I changed scopes. Idk

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Update my saga is shooting fine. I was the problem. Lol. Enough said

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