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Re: exomax

Post by IronNoggin » Tue Apr 05, 2016 8:58 pm

My Exomax went to my Hunting Partner, and so very much remains "In the Family". And I still shoot it from time to time. And it is nice to know it is there in the very off chance I ever need a back-up.

Interestingly, he can match my 380 right to 100 yards with that bow pretty well every time. They certainly are a Shooter in my books!! :wink:

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Re: exomax

Post by sitruc » Wed Apr 06, 2016 3:36 pm

They are not the most compact xbow around, but they shoot lights out. I shoot mine often, and it goes hunting as often as my storm does.
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Re: exomax

Post by vixenmaster » Wed Apr 06, 2016 4:27 pm

I sold mine was abit too long fer me. I have an E'cet 165 n when its gets here a Y 25 Relayer. Plenty good models fer sure
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Re: exomax

Post by dabluz » Sat Apr 09, 2016 12:07 am

I have a Vortex and love it. I had a triple bypass operation and my sternum did not weld together. I was wary of cocking the Vortex but it's no problem even though I am short and close to 70 years old. I have no intention of changing for something else. I bet that my Vortex would even survive dry firing. Another thing I have noticed on this site.....no one complains or has problems with his Vortex.

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Re: exomax

Post by gab » Sun Apr 10, 2016 2:58 am

I have only ever owned one crossbow - the Exomax. It is accurate and powerful enough for any game in British Columbia where I live. It is on the wide side, but I hunt mostly from a tree stand so it doesn't matter. I see no reason to change to another crossbow.

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