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Bow Report: Barnett Ghost 410 R.T.H.

The 410 boasts significant improvements over its predecessor, most notably a mass weight that is a full pound lighter at 7.2 pounds, and two inches narrower at 22 inches.
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Bow Report: Oneida Kestrel

Rick Combs
There is no denying that the design and overall appearance of Oneida bows are radically different from more conventional compound bows. Many shooters like it, some find it off-putting.
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Bow Report: Mission Ballistic

Driving the Ballistic is the same aggressively smooth AVS dual-cam system that Mathews developed for the McPherson series of bows, and at 330 fps it generates roughly the same speed as Mathews’ popular new Chill.
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Bow Report: Quest Drive

With an IBO of 330 fps, the new Drive is Quest’s fastest bow. That does not make it cutting-edge in terms of speed, but Quest bows are among a growing number of high-quality bows that stress shootability.
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Bow Report: Darton DS-3800

Rick Combs
The “DS” is an acronym for DualSync, a reference to Darton’s hybrid cam system. The original Pro 3800 featured the same basic design, but the name was changed to DS-3800 presumably to highlight that design.
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Bow Report: Quest Rogue

The Rogue is all about being smooth-drawing, pleasant-shooting, forgiving, and affordable. Virtually every feature of this bow’s design contributes to its shootability, beginning with the new Fluid Cam.
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Bow Report: Elite Answer

The Answer is Elite’s attempt to produce “the perfect blend of smoothness, speed, and stability in an all-around hunting and 3-D bow.”
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Bow Report: Darton DS 3900

The new DS-3900, described by Darton as a more compact, even faster version of the 3800. At 327?8 inches axle to axle, it is a little shorter than its predecessor and slightly lighter.
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Bow Report: Prime Centroid LR

Prime made several significant improvements on the Centroid (as well as the Shift) for 2012. Most notably, the riser is forged 7000 series aluminum, as opposed to the industry standard 6061 T6.
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Bow Report: Martin Bengal Pro

Though it boasts several new and unique components, it shares the eye-catching widely flared riser that is common to several of Martin’s offerings, including the Cougar Pro and the Crossfire Pro.
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