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    Default Bowtech or Mathews????

    What do yo guys think of the Switchback vs. the bowtech tribute? Looking to purchase one of the two.

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    I think that the best advice anyone can give you about any bow is go and shoot it. I know you won't be dissapointed in either of them. I presently own a Tribute but I have shot the Switchback XT and it is also a sweet shooting bow. Have you looked at any other bows? If not don't sell yourself short by just choosing between these two. Names are good, but they are not everything!!!

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    Why is it that people keep bringing this up,evertime we do someone gets there feelings hurt i wish we could block this type of thread, not to discourage anyone from posting but I for one would like to see a seperate section for brand debates, better yet brand reveiws were you have to enter actual serail numbers to prove you are not bashing or hyping a brand.


    THIS IS IN NO MEANS MEANT TO HURT ANYONES FEELINGS.
    PLEASE CONTINUE TO POST AND IF I AM OUTA LINE PLEASE LET ME KNOW.
    JUST THINK WE COULD ALL GET A LONG EASEIR IF THIS STUFF WOULD STOP.
    THEY ARE BOTH GREAT BOWS, BUY ONE OF EACH, IT IS ONLY MONEY AND YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU WHEN YOU GO.
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Default Both are great bows

    I think it best that you shoot both of them and you should also shoot a Hoyt Trykon. Yes I know they are all the BIG 3 but if you can afford them I would get one of these. Other brands worth mentioning are PSE,ROSS,MARTIN,PARKER,AR check them all out if you can because you may just find one that fits you to a "T". But if you want my opinion on which one is the BEST then I would say Mathews Switchback XT. But I am very NON-BIAS. And also I would like to say that yes BOWMAN you are outa line and should stop posting immediately.


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    I am sorry i just cant stop this is so addicting. Your not trying to stir the pot on this one are you? I thought I knew you better than that frank.
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Default No No Not Me

    I am not stirring the pot. Simply upping my post count. Just like you are.


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    Default switchback

    I own a switchback and i love it. Best bow EVER!!! Shoots great and forgiving, great down range too.

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