- Apr 9, 2020
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Gm...looking to buy my 1st bow can any one point me in the rite direction I’m 6”0 230 was looking at a few but want some input on which way to go just getting started
The diamond bowtech infinite edge pro is what I have been looking at. Also found one on amazon but I don’t know how much I trust that
a Bow is not something you buy off amazon. Not if you want to be happy. It also guarantees you'll be at the back of the line when you need a GOOD bow tech to service it. Sure you can bring it to a BPS and wait a month. Buy it from a small, reputable shop they should always make sure to help you out. Saving a few bucks, vs saving aggravation WHEN not IF you need bow repairs is not worth the money. That's all I have for advice , other than shoot every bow you can. If the tech is annoyed you want to, go to another shop. You're the one with 1500.00+ dollars to spend. That's their job. I wouldn't' buy anything until you shoot both the Hoyt's and Mathews line.
That looks like a good bow. It should last you many years or until you decide to upgrade. You can spend thousands on top of the line models. My son has a Diamond and has been a good bow for 5 years now. Would be nice if you could go to a shop to buy and shoot it. They can adjust the cams/draw length, and help you pick out arrows and a release etc. That bow is around $350, so expect to spend another 200 or so on arrows, release, broadheads, field points.The diamond bowtech infinite edge pro is what I have been looking at. Also found one on amazon but I don’t know how much I trust that