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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed View Post
    Every Mathews dealer that I have talked to that went to the Mathews show said they were impressed w/ the Monster, both draw cycle and after the shot.
    What else would you expect a dealer to say?

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    Lets just thank god that we have so many choices...huh fellas?...
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    I don't think theres a speed bow made nowadays that you can't become accustomed to shooting, they do however require more than a few shots to get used to..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jhorne View Post
    What else would you expect a dealer to say?
    I expect a dealer to NOT lie to me. Why would they? They sell more lines than just Mathews and from yr. to yr. shoot a different brand based on which bow they decide feels best for them. Lots of Mathews dealers that I've talked to said they were a bit disappointed in the Reezen 6.5, so why would they be blowing smoke about the Monster???
    Be good or be good at it.

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    Dealers by in large are gonna be biased towards "joe public"...thier livelihood depends on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    I doubt it........even Pete says so......take a close look at the words in this AD.......
    pete left out the brace height of 5.5,i wonder why

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpford53 View Post
    Just wounder if he did it with a stack bow, with stock strings? He does great things, but to have to get a bow and then have to pay him to get it to hit IBO sound not so good to me. I would be better to have the bow hit IOB than have him get that few exta pfs out of it.
    No offense, but from what I've seen it'd be the same with other companies except Hoyt. They all exagerate their IBO's somewhat. Hoyt don't.

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    PSE on there IBO ratings for the XForce series of bows is pretty dead on. My new XForce GX set at 28" draw, 70 pounds, shoots a 368 grain arrow @ 322.2average for five shots. That is with a peep and loop installed. The chart put out by PSE states it should be shooting @ 323.3, and that is without the loop or the pep installed. So I would have to say that is pretty dead on.
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