Thread: New Bow
- Join Date
- May 2004 \r\n \r\n \r\n
- 4,074 \r\n \r\n
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\r\n If price is not an option, check out the latest offerings by the big-3 bow companies.\r\n
\nHere are the ones I would look at.
\nMathews Switchback Xt
\nHoyt Trykon XL
\nThese bows shoot incredible. Each has it\'s plus\' and minus\'. You have to shoot these and decide which you like best. You might find you like the draw and grip better on one than another. You might notice a touch more hand shock in one than the other. You can\'t go wrong with any of these. Just my opinion.
\nIf price is a concern, check out some of the bows in the Diamond line and Reflex line. However, reflex has not announced thier 2006 bows yet. Diamond has released the 2006 bows.\r\n
- Join Date
- Dec 2005 \r\n
- The Mountains of WV \r\n \r\n
- 32 \r\n \r\n
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\r\n Thanks for your insite,I\'ll be sure and check them out.Money is not a real issue,so I\'m leaning towards the Mathews.If it stacks up well against the others.The resale on the Mathews is unreal.That apeals to me because I could sell it and buy a new bow with very little difference every year.\r\n\r\n
12-07-2005, 11:16 AM #1
Guys I'm a bowhunter.My setup has always been 70 lbs & 28".Smooth and quiet are all that matter.Any suggestions?? THANKS !!!!