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    Bowtech Carbon Knight



    Looks like an Rytera Alien X
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    just saw the vid and was just about to post but you beat me too it 3.2 pounds is pretty light are the specs up on the bowtech site?

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    just found em, specs can be found here

    http://www.bowtecharchery.com/#/prod..._products&i=49

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus View Post

    Looks like an Rytera Alien X
    It does have a Rytera ish look about it. Believe it or not Marcus I love the look of the Carbon Knight I'll bet it costs twice as much as a Rytera though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stickman View Post
    It does have a Rytera ish look about it. Believe it or not Marcus I love the look of the Carbon Knight I'll bet it costs twice as much as a Rytera though.
    I would be shocked if you didn't like it.
    It's a nice looking bow. Personally the weight puts me off it, too light, but then I'm not the market it's aimed at. If I had to carry it through the bush for a day I might think differently.
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    Beautiful Bow, T6 Machined Aluminium is a better 'all round' choice though....

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    Especially when you're talking about Bowtech and their history of splintering!

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    The video clip was great until the archer pranced out the door. Very dainty lol.

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    Albert Einstein said, “One must develop an instinct for what one can just barely achieve through one’s greatest efforts.”

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    I think I've found our new club uniform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbjac View Post
    Especially when you're talking about Bowtech and their history of splintering!
    The only thing Bowtech has in common with the original Bowtech is the name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Kissell View Post
    The video clip was great until the archer pranced out the door. Very dainty lol.

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    Must agree, disappointed me as well...I expected he would have shot the bow off at the end but yeah, that prancing bit was a tad lame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wareagle View Post
    The only thing Bowtech has in common with the original Bowtech is the name.
    Which is a shame, the Allegiance is an all time classic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbjac View Post
    Especially when you're talking about Bowtech and their history of splintering!
    Because we all know Hoyt limbs never splinter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbjac View Post
    Especially when you're talking about Bowtech and their history of splintering!
    - i've owned my bowtech since 06 and her limbs are still going strong, cant say the same about some other unlucky archers out there though!!!

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