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  1. #1
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    Nov 2008
    Bella Vista, Arkansas

    Default PSE X-Force Tree Stand Model

    Anyone out there shooting the PSE X-Force Tree Stand Model bow? I have looked at it, but haven't had a chance to shoot one. I have shot the X-Force Super Short and really liked the "dead in your hand", vibration free and quiteness when you release the arrow. What I don't really care for is the price tag. The Tree Stand model is more in my budget and wanted to know if it is a quite and vibration free as the Super Short. I know that there is a difference in the strings and the grip, but are there any other reasons to spend the extra $$$ for the Super Short? Thanks

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    Oct 2008
    Below the Mason Dixon above VA


    I have a X-force TS. Its just as quiet and vibration free as the SS or any of the X-forces for that matter. The grip is totally different on the TS. The SS has the B.E.S.T grip which is very slim. The TS has a one piece wooden grip that slides over the riser. Its wider and a little bulkier. One advantage is the wood grip doesn't get as cold in the winter. I would strongly recomend you shoot one, because the grip may or may not be to your liking.
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