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    First Rdx bow

    Well I made a deal for a new to me storm. I purchased it from a real nice gentleman on archery talk. Bow looks brand new and can't wait to see and shoot my first ever reverse draw bow.I did a lot of research on vortec, storm and nitro. I just happened to see this bow and fell in love with it. If it shoots as good as it looks it will be a dead ringer.
    I am worse than a kid with a new toy finally got the reverse draw bow and planning to enjoy it when it gets here.

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    If it originates at TenPoint it will be good. Keep us posted on how it works out for you.
    Every day is a blessing - Make the most of it

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    You're gonna love it!!!

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    Have fun shooting it!
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    I will enjoy it when it gets here next mon. 28th. Worse than a kid at christmas time waiting. Thanks guys will post about my findings when I get it.

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    Well I finally got the storm this evening. I put everything together and wow. After the first shot I knew I was hooked. If the nitro shoots any better than the storm I don' know how. Man this baby is smooth,quiet and accurate. I am hooked on this rdx platform. If anyone wants an FX4 premium package with case and acudraw with sds and bow jax let me know. All I can say after shooting the storm where have you been . Finally after all this time I got to see and shoot one and I love it. Now I see why so many people like there storm.

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    I had a day that was not so hot and did some more shooting with the storm and I am really impressed. It is an absolutely sweet shooting bow.
    My only regret is I wanted the storm a year ago and let the fear of the unknown take over and bought the FX4. If I could go back and know what I know now I would have been shooting a storm a lot longer. Now the FX4 has a case of the lonely"s. It just seems to sit now.
    More to come when I get to hunt with it.

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    I got to shoot the storm some more today wasn't so dang hot. Really learning to love this bow.

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    I just hunted with my Storm for the first time yesterday. It handles real nice in the treestand. Cabela's has a great deal right now on the FX4 right now ($849). I was actually thinking about ordering one. I had a Turbo GT (gave it to my son) and I really liked that bow. After hunting with the Storm I think I'll stick with it.

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    I have a brand new FX4 I bought just before season last year that has never been hunted with. I fell the day before season and lost all season in therapy. I bought the horton just before season this year and haven't touched it. It is loaded range master scope,sds,bow jax and case. Not a thing wrong with it shoots great just messormerized with the reverse draw storm. Right now thinking of selling it or trading for another reverse draw.

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