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Over&Under
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Has anyone tried out the Ambush Recurve from Two Tracks? Looks like a great little bow. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Jake

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Jake : They are great bows , fast even with my heavy arrows (875 gr)and 42#@28 draw bow. Smooth with no shock and a great grip, fits the hand very nicely. I have a long draw(30") and can shoot it well. I do get some finger pinch with such a short bow but I can live with that . Last but not least its pretty quiet , overall I like it alot . Hope this helps Drew  -  -  -  -

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Jake,

I love mine, 54@28. As Drew said, fast and quiet. Excellent workmanship and a fine looking bow.
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My first 7 shots at 20 yards (65-70# chundoo with 160 gr points).

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Jake, chuck makes a nice bow, it shoots well and it would make a great blind or treestand bow.
He had one at our Bunny stomp and I don't think I heard a bad thing about it from everyone that shot it.
I have a 29" draw and enjoyed shooting it.

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I have not shot one yet, however I have spoken with Chuck a couple of times, and he knows his stuff.... It is on my list for sure...

Chuck is a great guy, and a wealth of information...

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Thanks Fellas, I was kinda hoping for some bad reviews so I wouldn't have to spend any more money... [knothead] [Big Grin]

Phil and Drew- Thanks for the pics, those are great and just exactly what I was hoping for with this thread...you guys are the best [Not Worthy] What is the riser wood in those?

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Have one on the way shot one at our Bunny Stomp and had to have it.

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I'm going to say "ditto" to what Gator said!

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I have shot one and really liked it alot. It is definately on my to get list. Smooth draw and I did not notice any finger pinch at my 28" draw. Very manuverable and points well.

The only negative I have to say about the bow is that someone came up to me while I was shooting it and said "Thats a cute bow..." [Big Grin] Big Men don't shoot "Cute" bow right? LOL!!! I guess this guy will... and I'll even shoot pink feathers with it [Smile]

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Steve O
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You know, I did not read EXACTLY what Gator said...just the part about Chuck being a good guy and knowing his stuff. I have shot the Ambush and would not be afraid to get one if I was in the market for a short bow. I just got rid of my Dark Archer and only have one Super Shrew left, I'm going on a longer route.

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Jake : I have no idea on the woods in this one sorry . Drew

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Jake and Drew, That bow has an all Bacote riser as does the one that Phil(selfbow19953) is shooting. Thanks Again all.
Chuck

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Never shot one but a cool looking bow.

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Ive got one on order for my short curve needs! Cant wait.

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Jake, Jake, Jake.... the quest never ends. Or should I say the fun never ends.

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