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Ive read alot of people ranting and raving about the menace as being a top bow for shootin fish nothing against it or any one that shoots one but i got to play with one yesterday at the local archery shop and wasnt blown away......My cousin has the fire eagle which looks just like the menace and i would much rather have that than the menace due to the let off factor.....i shoot a cuda and a fish hawk so im not gonna compare it to my own equipment cuz you know how that always goes....just give me your pros about this bow that i may have overseen
 

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i also have been lookin at them recently although i havent messed with one hands on yet i like that with a 30" draw you have a draw weight of 36#-52#
 

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The craze at 30" draw goes from 30 - 70#, thats a HUGE draw weight range! and they are just a good value! The Menace is 269 and the Craze 299 both come in some cool colors!
 

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i love mine but it fits my style of shootin i shoot beter with small bows the menace fits the description. andit hits pretty hard for its size and i have looked at the fire eagle but dont like how it feels in my hand it is all about prefrence i feel like ishoot beter with my oneida or a smaller bow so prefrence makes a diffrence.
 

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It would be a great kid’s bow…it has a huge draw weight range and crazy draw length range as well…a kid will never grow out of it…or it would be a good bow for your girlfriend to use…lets say you a dating a little bitty girl 5’ tall you could adjust it to here, then yall split up and you get a taller girl…say 5’9” you can adjust the draw length to her longer arms in about 2 minutes with two allen head screws… or if you have several girl friends at one time you could adjust it to each and every one of their needs…just remember to adjust it back to where it was before you get home…
 
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Price, quality, light weight, easy to adjust, does have letoff (I nor anyone I shoot with personally can not stand bows with no let off), and having a local dealer. Those are the pros I have found.

Cons, well... the handle will come off during the first trip. Its an easy fix, but its still something that mission needs to address, and the other thing is the grooves in the cams are too shallow. When you let them all the way down in poundage, there is a chance that the string will jump off the string, but with it being such light poundage when it happens its pretty easy to pop the string back on without any tools...


I am an Oneida shooter, but if I had to get rid of them and shoot something else, I believe it would be the menace or the craze. I would buy 6 of them before I bought one cuda, fish hawk, or fire buzzard, oops I mean eagle...
 

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Brady: "if you have several girl friends at one time you could adjust it to each and every one of their needs…just remember to adjust it back to where it was before you get home…"
Keeping all your girlfriends happy...... Priceless!!!:laugh::laugh::laugh:
 

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It would be a great kid’s bow…it has a huge draw weight range and crazy draw length range as well…a kid will never grow out of it…or it would be a good bow for your girlfriend to use…lets say you a dating a little bitty girl 5’ tall you could adjust it to here, then yall split up and you get a taller girl…say 5’9” you can adjust the draw length to her longer arms in about 2 minutes with two allen head screws… or if you have several girl friends at one time you could adjust it to each and every one of their needs…just remember to adjust it back to where it was before you get home…
LMFAO!!! :tu:
 

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It would be a great kid’s bow…it has a huge draw weight range and crazy draw length range as well…a kid will never grow out of it…or it would be a good bow for your girlfriend to use…lets say you a dating a little bitty girl 5’ tall you could adjust it to here, then yall split up and you get a taller girl…say 5’9” you can adjust the draw length to her longer arms in about 2 minutes with two allen head screws… or if you have several girl friends at one time you could adjust it to each and every one of their needs…just remember to adjust it back to where it was before you get home…
BRADY HAVE U BOUGHT ONE YET MAN THAT A HECK OF A PLAN BUT THEY ARE REALY GOOD FOR GUIDIN FOR THE SAME REASONS FIRST TIMERS
 

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WEN DID THEY COME OUT WITH A PINK ONE I BOUGHT MOLLY A DARTON IN HOT PINK
 

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I bought one last year for my 5 year old son. He has a 17" draw right now and the bow fits him. I like the idea of being able to adjust it to him as he grows.
 
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