Most folks don't take the time to write companies except when things go bad. Real bad. Like an airline losing your hunting gear right before your 10 day Wyoming hunting trip. it is understandable. People are busy.
|That's me with a Kodabow and a Spring Gobbler.|
Here is a letter that came in this evening.
I received my bow about a week (or maybe two) ago. I'm not an experienced crossbow guy. Long time firearms guy but my days as a young laddie buck with my dad's fiberglass, recurve out in the backyard are way behind me.Everything about the transaction was an absolute pleasure. Heck, even dropping 900 samolies worked out well (though I sold a TC Encore to fund this baby). I did my research over and over and went to Cabelas and looked at the competition (over and over) and finally decided to go with Kodabow, sight unseen, and lacking experience in crossbows in general. I finally realized that if I didn't buy a Kodabow, I would develop and itch that I couldn't scratch until I broke down and did buy one (to thine own self be true). What a great move on my part. I've inspected this bow countless times (and shot it as well, no worries) and I can't find a single point in the design of the bow that provides a "ah, I wish they'd have not done this" moment. I believe that you've attained the goal; It's pretty much perfect. As a US based manufacturer, you boys should be very proud. What a fine experience for me. There's somebody still out there that can match a 68' Buick Wildcat in form, function, quality, simplicity (look it up, it was a hell of a car).
BTW, I now realize why one should never send a second arrow to the same bull. I didn't shatter the first shaft but it was close enough to send me the message. Tough problem to have I guess.
Thank you for the nice letter. G.M. is right! April and May signal turkey season. Good luck out there and may the big gobblers hear your calling!
My best, Chuck at Kodabow