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Thread: Got my 2011 Hoyt CRX 32 Max 1 cami

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    Got my 2011 Hoyt CRX 32 Max 1 cami

    I went to my local pro shop today and was able to pick up my new Hoyt CRX 32 in Max1 camo and all I can say is oh my. The bow is very detailed the max 1 looks great. I was able to get it set up and shoot it today and the bow is very quiet and ZERO hand shock, totally dead in the hand. I think it us just a all around improved version of the Maxxis. My Internet is done right now but I will post pics later. If you have not shot one you need to try it. I also put in a G5 expert pro very easy to set up and on contact issues at all. Big thanks to Richard at Aarons Archery for setting it up and a big thanks to my buddy at Hoyt.

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    In your opinion is the crx worth getting rid of the maxxis? I've shot the new ones and am really indecided. I like the element a little more.
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    The element is a bad-ass bow it holds amazing in the hand shot one with just a rest no sights at 20 yards just to feel what the bow was like three arrows covering the bull at 20 yards! The only thing that sucks is that you will not be able to bye one till January but that's okay have the burner to play with in the mean time by the way the bow was 60# 29 inches wish it were a 70 but beggars cant be chooser's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05dakota View Post
    The element is a bad-ass bow it holds amazing in the hand shot one with just a rest no sights at 20 yards just to feel what the bow was like three arrows covering the bull at 20 yards! The only thing that sucks is that you will not be able to bye one till January but that's okay have the burner to play with in the mean time by the way the bow was 60# 29 inches wish it were a 70 but beggars cant be chooser's.
    The bow shop I go to has a 60lb Element in right now for sale
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    Quote Originally Posted by ndxt View Post
    In your opinion is the crx worth getting rid of the maxxis? I've shot the new ones and am really indecided. I like the element a little more.
    I was not sure till I got it all set up and shot and then i was like ya this is nice and I was glad I changed.
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    pics??????
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    Here it is
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    The little changes they made to the Maxxis made a heck of a difference. The CRX is one of the few bows that makes me want to get rid of my Guardian.

    And the new camo looks much much better than the old AP. The old stuff just looked cheap on an otherwise very high quality bow.

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    And one more as soon as my Internet gets back up I will post some better pics just got my quiver back from having it dipped and it turned out awesome
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    Quote Originally Posted by IL 88 View Post
    The little changes they made to the Maxxis made a heck of a difference. The CRX is one of the few bows that makes me want to get rid of my Guardian.
    Ya it is a sweet bow people look at it and say it is just like the Maxxis and I was one of them but when you shoot them side by side you then know they are truly different
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    nice
    GONE TRAD....

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    here are some better pics of it but still not real good




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    Congrats! Great looking bow you have there!
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    Thanks for the pics! Nice bow!
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    Good bye, Alpha Max. I didn't change to the Maxxis last year because I felt there just wasn't enough different. Not so this year, as it is quieter and holds better without getting that punch feeling when you relax. Our shop has 3 Carbon Elements in stock, 70# both cams and a 60#. Great bow, but $$$$.

    Best of luck and good shootin'.

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    the bow looks sweet!

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    thanks for the comments it is a sweet shooter.
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    Man that bow looks great! I am torn between the Maxxis 35 and the CRX35

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    I gotta ask cause i've shot it too, How did you set your knock height on your rest without being able to see the burger hole? When I went in the night the rep was at the shop to order my alpha elite I asked him and he said they were adresing it.
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    That is sweet looking!
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    Quote Originally Posted by outdoorsman193 View Post
    I gotta ask cause i've shot it too, How did you set your knock height on your rest without being able to see the burger hole? When I went in the night the rep was at the shop to order my alpha elite I asked him and he said they were adresing it.
    Richard at Aarons Archery set it up and he has been doing it for 30 years and forgot more than most knows I do know that it shoots lights out and the G5 Expert Pro is super quiet and zero contact. If i am remember right it is slightly knock high. he said that he missed not haveing that hole as a refference.
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    Quiver

    Hey I have had a couple of Pm's about the quiver. It is a Treelimb Premium and I sent the hood to Randy Hoff to have it dipped because they do not offer that camo. He done an excellent job and was quick about shipping it back, really fast turn around. Here is his web address:


    http://www.rahoffer.com/
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    Nice bow. Thanks for sharing the pics.
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    that is one sweet looking bow

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