Bowtech Assasin , what do you think about them ? !
I was at my local WRAC indoor shoot today , had over 50 shooters , but talking to other members there and things have changed some !
Many have brought Bowtech Assasin bows , when they were Hoyt and Martin shooters so far . They like the price , feel , grip , and lack of vibration that this bow offers ! None of them shoot my draw length and I never shot one , but will soon , when I can !
This is a package bow for under $600 , which makes it affordable to folks such as me , some of my fellow members can afford whatever they want !
What are your thoughts on this bow ?
Proud owner of one of the original Jennings " Buckmaster " bow , a true deer slaying machine !
I have return to bowhunting in 2012 and have the venison in the fridge to show for it !
It is a very nice bow, quick, draw isn't bad, and very inexpensive. That said, I wouldn't buy one for me as I would wind up throwing the sight, rest, and stabilizer in the trash. They aren't especially BAD items, but there are better and I own much better.
That said, if the draw and shot feels good to you, it is well worth more than what it sells for.
sold a bunch of them and they all seem to like them the only thing is once in a while if you dont check them the cable rod can come loose .
This is what happened to my assassin... Twice.. but, I still love the bow and the way it feels. It's got a very smooth draw through the entire cycle and a very solid back wall. Mine is very quiet as well and pretty easy to tune. The r.a.k accessories are a bit on the cheap side but I've seen worse on package bows. Still using the sight and quiver only... It's my hunting bow so I doesntg matter much I guess.