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    Default Trykon XL vs Trykon

    What is the true difference between the 2. I know XL is 3 inches taller but what is the true difference? Is one more forgiving then the other, More accurate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhunte650 View Post
    What is the true difference between the 2. I know XL is 3 inches taller but what is the true difference? Is one more forgiving then the other, More accurate?
    I think the A2A is pretty much the whole difference, typically longer A2A results in a more forgiving bow
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    its more forgiving because your not pulling the string back as far, although it doesnt sound like it would make sense, the further the distance the arrow have to travel before leaving the string, the longer it takes, so the longer it takes, the more chance there is to torque the bow left or right >>>looking for new sponsor<<<
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    Umm prity sure that the 3 inches longer is a true..... not a fake difference......

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1killerreflex View Post
    its more forgiving because your not pulling the string back as far, although it doesnt sound like it would make sense, the further the distance the arrow have to travel before leaving the string, the longer it takes, so the longer it takes, the more chance there is to torque the bow left or right >>>looking for new sponsor<<<
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    I own a Trykon XL. For me it seemed like the XL was alot easier to shoot, plus you don't get the hard roll over with the XL that you get with the Reg. Trykon
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