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I've always been an early adopter type. Is it a bit of a risk, maybe but I just ordered the Bear X Constrictor Strata. There were many things I liked about this Xbow. Not the lightest Xbow for sure but I know that already. They are in stock on BearX website.

 

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You've been looking at that Bear lineup for awhile now. Looking forward to reading your reviews.:)
 

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I've always been an early adopter type. Is it a bit of a risk ...
Let me express my gratitude for that.
Thanks to men like you we know now e.g. what fruits, mushrooms and tubers are edible, and which are lethal. And what xbows better not to buy.
I personally had one or another argument with my wife, were she convinced me I already have enough bows + xbows ...
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I may get a Bear myself....

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Horns, I have a longer review thread for additional info if you have not seen it. It's in the general forum. I'm liking it so far.

Merry Christmas!
 

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Hope to spend some time with the Constrictor Strata 410 this week. It's the fastest Xbow I've ever owned. Shooting 406 grain arrows 398-399fps. Just need some dry weather.

Xbow is not hard to rope cocker. To be continued!
 

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Hope to spend some time with the Constrictor Strata 410 this week. It's the fastest Xbow I've ever owned. Shooting 406 grain arrows 398-399fps. Just need some dry weather.

Xbow is not hard to rope cocker. To be continued!
Sounds like you're liking that new bow! You do know the ATA is less than two weeks away, right? LOL
 
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