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am in the market for a new bow wondering if anyone has anything to say about parkers, they seemed to fall in my price range, and they make several models in lefthanded version which i shoot, good, bad:head:
 

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I am fairly new to bowhunting, just my third year to hunt with one. I bought a Parker Whitetail fully set up for around $350 when I started. Haven't got a shot off yet except for practice, but no complaints from me. Seems to be a good bow for the price.
 

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I have just gotten back into bow hunting after taking about a 5 year break. I retired my old Pearson and now am the proud owner of a Parker Trailblazer and I'm very happy with my choice. The bow is light, fast, and very quiet. I believe it's rated at 309 FPS if I remember correctly. It has great let off and is a lot of fun to sling sticks with. I outfitted mine with TruGlow sights, a ripcord, a stabilizer, some spider legs, wrist strap and am shooting Gold Tip carbons. I think you'd be happy with it - let us know!! :biggrin::up:
 

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I've been shooting a Parker Hunter Mag for about 5 years now and have not had one single problem with it. It's quiet as a feather and will shoot groups sitting on top of each other. Don't think I'll ever shoot anything other than a Parker till they bury me 6 foot under gods green, green earth....:)
Have a great bow season...I know I will!!!! I'm chompping at the bits right now to get up in that there tree!!!
 
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