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    Default Pse diablo

    Haven't got to shoot one yet. Is there much vibration? Whats everyone opinions on this bow? Was going to buy the Diamond Liberty bow in a couple of weeks but i'm going to test the Diablo out first. Give info. thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdw
    Haven't got to shoot one yet. Is there much vibration? Whats everyone opinions on this bow? Was going to buy the Diamond Liberty bow in a couple of weeks but i'm going to test the Diablo out first. Give info. thanks!!
    Vibration happens after the shot.
    see the PSE forums for a good discussion of how high vibration might sit on the list of desirables in a bow.

    http://forums.pse-archery.com/showth...ighlight=shock

    Some of the newer PSE bows are reported to have some vibration, they say it is because they made them so light.
    They compensate that by adding a LOT of accessory holes so you can add weight and dampening where YOU want it, instead of where PSE thinks it should be.

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    Default I'll give it a try

    My local shop has a Diablo on the shelf. I dont know anyone who has shot it but next time I go in I'll give it a shot and let you know what I think. I did draw it back the other day and it feels good at full draw.



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    Ive shot the new Diablo at a nearby archery shop at it seems to have alil vibration,not much valley compared to other bows,light as a bow can get.Check out the website www.pse-archery.com for the specs on it.The new grips are like shooting the riser which I like but others may not....ive been told a phase 3 grip will be made to fit the new grip.Great bow and probably be my next hunting bow.
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    Default Diablo

    I shot the Diablo's last night a single cam and a cam and a half. They are very good shooting bows. I did like the feel of the single cam a little better but I think the cam and a half is a little faster. But both are excellent bows. Good luck on what you decide. Not sure what price the Liberty is but I do think the Diablos are a little pricey though. I was quoted 599.00 which sounds high to me.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier
    I did like the feel of the single cam a little better but I think the cam and a half is a little faster.
    What about it made it feel better?

    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier
    I was quoted 599.00 which sounds high to me.
    Sounds on par with other top end bows. Was that the bare bow or the package?

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