redzone cobra dont get bitten

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Phoenixa238's review of Redzone Cobra compound bow

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“redzone cobra dont get bitten”

Written on: 19/07/2018 by Phoenixa238 (1 review written)

I bought my redzone cobra for $380 from cappers fishing and tackle shop 5 years ago.It was impossible to tune which is essential if you intend to hunt with broadheads because you cant shoot arrows through the center of this riser.It is basically a recurve bow with cams stuck on it.The bow only has 3 draw lengths 28",29",30".Because it has no center shot like a compound bow should if used for target you would be better off with feathers instead of vanes on the butt end of an arrow.Please go to an archery club and get better bow buying advice before buying this and losing interest in this wonderful sport.Well what do you expect buying a bow made by a vegetarian hindu culture like Thailand.Wish I had gotten my hoyts crx first ultimately it would have been cheaper not losing so many arrows.My advice to redzone is change the riser design so the arrow can shoot throught the center of the bow and make it slightly heavier so it holds up in strong wind.I just hope the carbon they make this from is not the same their arrows are made of.The top limb broke after 7 months while its resting on my couch.The type of shop that sells these bows don't have bow technicians,presses or know anything about arrow spine.I fact now days if I walk into a specialty archery shop and see anything red zone I shake my head and walk out.The right reason to buy this is to Take the limbs off and make a crossbow out of it

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