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    Default PSE XForce in Action Nathan Brooks

    For all that have not seen this bow. Here a video of Nathan Brooks shooting one. I shot a 3d round with Nathan yesturday and the bow is accurate for a fast bow, that I did notice. Nathan hit several 14 rings about the size of a arrow shaft. Notice the limbs how far the bend, amazing.

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    Wow... Extremely quiet too.... At least compared to the Mathews behind it....
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    I finally got to shoot it last weekend, Hardly any handshock and wicked wicked fast.

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    love mine its only a week old

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    That was awsome...also agree about the quietness.

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    not knocking at all here guys just wondering...

    what does he do that it looks like he stops right before the valley then draws the rest of the way? Is he drawing through the back wall or is that just the way he always pulls the bow back? On the video it looks like he holds it at that valley for a good 1/2 a second or more before bringing it the rest of the way back

    Either way very quite and those limbs go just a WEEE bit past parallel don't they!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    not knocking at all here guys just wondering...

    what does he do that it looks like he stops right before the valley then draws the rest of the way? Is he drawing through the back wall or is that just the way he always pulls the bow back? On the video it looks like he holds it at that valley for a good 1/2 a second or more before bringing it the rest of the way back

    Either way very quite and those limbs go just a WEEE bit past parallel don't they!
    i think its called the hump

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    Had mine since April and I love it. Added an aftermarket grip from Jager for better coinsistancy. It's a wickedly fast, easy to shoot bow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hkdfrlife View Post
    Had mine since April and I love it. Added an aftermarket grip from Jager for better coinsistancy. It's a wickedly fast, easy to shoot bow
    Great bow, but I sure would need another grip!
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