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  • November 25, 2012 at 12:10 am #496962 Back to Top REPORT
    brian-md
    BRIAN MD.

    Joined: 12/2/2004
    To see how many new Creeds Lancaster had already hanging up in the shop. I know usually I wouldn’t receive a new bow until December after they announced the new ones.
    November 25, 2012 at 11:15 am #541704 Back to Top REPORT
    straightedge123
    StraightEdge123

    Joined: 10/22/2007
    The Helims are still selling better for us than the Creeds. I guess that will change some but the Helim is a very popular bow. One customer bought the Helim over the Creed because he wasn’t interested in a split limb bow. I think the Helim will continue to sell well. As for the Creed, IMO, it is an all around nicer bow to shoot, but it needs a little advertisement to kick in before they start to sell.
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    November 25, 2012 at 2:36 pm #541705 Back to Top REPORT
    brian-md
    BRIAN MD.

    Joined: 12/2/2004
    Both bows felt good drawing didn’t shoot either. Looks like the wait time won’t be long on getting the new Creed.
    November 25, 2012 at 9:40 pm #541706 Back to Top REPORT
    deerslayer_t3-2
    DeerSlayer_T3

    Joined: 11/24/2012
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    Im wanting to get the Creed… Im also thinking about he helium…
    November 25, 2012 at 9:41 pm #541707 Back to Top REPORT
    deerslayer_t3-2
    DeerSlayer_T3

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    The Helims are still selling better for us than the Creeds. I guess that will change some but the Helim is a very popular bow. One customer bought the Helim over the Creed because he wasn’t interested in a split limb bow. I think the Helim will continue to sell well. As for the Creed, IMO, it is an all around nicer bow to shoot, but it needs a little advertisement to kick in before they start to sell.

    What makes the Creed better?

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