Originally Posted by Bowhunter84
For the past five years I have shot and tuned Mathews. I worked at a Mathews shop and, for the most part, dealt with one cam systems. I am in the market for a target bow, and I am definitely curious about the hoyt. How often do they creep out of time-even with good strings? I probably shoot 200 arrows a week now. I do have a press so I can handle it, but I don't want to worry about it constantly.
I've been shooting Hoyts for the past 3 years and for half a year prior to that, it was a Mathews Q2. I can tell you that the Hoyts are much easier to tune/time and stay that way once you get them there. I currently shoot about 500 arrows a week and once the weather is warm enough for me to shoot outdoors full time, that amount will easily double.
Once my bow is tuned/timed and the string settled, I really don't have to do anything to it unless it is something I'm intentionally doing to get a little different reaction out of the bow. Hoyt's cam .5 system is VERY user friendly. A good friend of mine recently made the switch to a hybrid cam system after shooting single cam bows for years and really likes their ease of set up and flexibility. It's almost a set it and forget it scenario....