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    Junior Member irishwater's Avatar
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    Default Diamond?

    Does anyone shoot a diamond? what is a good diamond? I have not shot it but a diamond rapture looks good stats wise good brace height desent speed I want to hear all the diamond lovers and haters input
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    Default Black Ice!

    I shot one,Im a PSE shooter but if i were to buy outside my brand!
    The BLACK ICE!
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    I owned a '05 Diamond Victory for about 2 years and foolishly sold it in favor of a Bowtech Allegiance (who owns Diamond).
    That Victory was a great shooting bow.

    I shot a Diamond Black Ice this past Spring and it's sweet... Better than the victory, but maybe not better than the Allegiance. I'd have to shoot them side by side to really get it. Single cam vs. cam+1/2... Different feel...

    Just shoot as many bows as you can and decide what feels best for you, personaly. I own a Botech and a Mathews... They can all co-exist in my arsenal if they feel and shoot good as far as I'm concerned...

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe you said in another thread that your drawlength was 27". If that's the case, I would consider the Triumph, also. The Triumph and Rapture are very similar. They share the same cam, and are the same axle to axle length, but the Triumph has a more reflexed riser, which gives it a brace height of about 6 3/4" versus 8" for the Rapture. I don't think the shorter brace would be much less forgiving, and would net you 10-12 fps more. Either bow would be a great choice, though.

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    J.C. you are the man that you remember my short draw. I will continue to look at bow I think I over anylize everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishwater View Post
    J.C. you are the man that you remember my short draw. I will continue to look at bow I think I over anylize everything
    It's better to over analyze before you buy than regret your choice after you buy...


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