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Discussion in 'Bowhunting forum' started by deerassassin22, Sep 1, 2008.
If Money Was Not An Issue What Bow Brand Would You Choose?
I have shot alot of different bows while looking for a new bow this year. At tax time I had about $1200 to spend and the FRED BEAR line up was the choise for me.:rockon: :rockon: eace: eace:
Why not Hoyt? Several others are not listed.
i would pick the one that shot the best when i tested them all.
If money was not an issue? Every year I'd buy one of every new model, keep my favorites, and give away the cast off's to thoes less fortunate on this web sight. Pray for a wind fall, fellow archers!:lol:
I'd shoot an Elite and call it a day.
Mathews........because I can shoot anything and thats what I chose.:wave: eace:
I personally am a hoyt guy. But with the choices you have listed I would go with a Mathews for hunting. I shot the new drenalin xt and was pretty impressed with the bow, especially for one that looks like a toy
Elite does not make a bad bow. Honestly, i'd want to shoot one of them liberty bows and be shunned by all right-minded archers.
HOYT for me
i am Martin man
Hoyt please, although the PSE X-Force is getting some publicity and I am a bit curious.
The one that fits your body the best, and the one that feels the best to you.
Elite XLR is my next bow...Alot of shooters are headed their way...I drew back a gt 500 and it was rock solid,the XLR should have a smoother draw,not that the gt 500 was bad,just a different style...If you are in the market,I would look at their bow line-up...I like the cable design attached to the cams instead of the limbs...
Whichever Elite bow from my stable I feel like shooting on any particular day. :decision:
I havent shot the Iceman yet but it would be Diamond I think....otherwise a Mathews drenalin.
Being I just did this, I chose the Mathews Apex 7. But, I think you can't go wrong (for target) with the A7, the Apex, or a Hoyt ProElite. I know for a fact that I'm jumping on a ProElite next bow I get. Some 3000 limbs...sweet bow. But, I think the A7 is going to be just as good for what I'm looking for with my skill level. I've never pulled a smoother bow than the A7.
I dont see Hoyt in that lineup.