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    Hoyt Ignite, How Soon?

    We've got people waiting on Hoyt's new youth transition bow, the Ignite. Any word on how soon they start hitting the shops? The Infinite Edge has cleaned up in the youth market the last year and Hoyt finally realized they were missing a big piece of that market. It's something to continue to expand the sport with our younger shooters.



    Best of luck and good shootin'.


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    I got one a few days ago for my son.

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    whats the price running on one
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    Pretty sure there $299
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    We're told retail @ $280 bow only, $400 package.

    Best of luck and good shootin'.

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    Waiting.... Have not got mine in yet!! I have people waiting on them to show as well
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    Bump. Anyone have pics

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    I hope they are not as heavy as the edge. If they are, the PSE Mini Burner XT is going to smoke them in sales and shootability.

    OMG! I just looks up the specs!

    Mass weight 3.6lbs

    This bow is a BOAT ANCHOR! Not a YOUTH bow! I wouldn't burden my child with a heavy youth bow even if I was a Hoyt fanboy. Hoyt needs to put that thing on a Diet! It looks awesome with good performance, But Hoyt made the same mistake that many other youth bow makers have made. TOO HEAVY! Take 100 small Kids and hand them this 3.6 lb boat anchor, then hand them a 2.0 lb Fuse Freestyle and ask the kid wich one he likes shooting the best. I'm really disappointed in Hoyt. I was hoping they would get it right. Poor kids! Atleast daddy will be happy that johnny has a cool looking bow like his. Almost as heavy as daddy's too. Doesn't matter that poor little Johny can barely hold the dang bow up! You can tell that the archery design industry is dominated by men with Big egos, lots of testosterone, and very little empathy and foresight. I feel sorry for the kids.
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    Ive seen 2 of them on the shelf. Selling here as package only $399. They leave the shelf quick.
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    Bought one Saturday for my 11 year old son. He shot it yesterday and today for about 40 - 50 times per day. It seems to be a pretty good bow. He had a Mission Craze that he has been shooting.

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    Your not comparing apples to apples. The Ignite goes from 19" - 30" on draw and 15 - 70 lbs on draw weight. If you want something go compare to the Mini Burner you need to look at the Rukus or Rukus Jr.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dewboy View Post
    I hope they are not as heavy as the edge. If they are, the PSE Mini Burner XT is going to smoke them in sales and shootability.

    OMG! I just looks up the specs!

    Mass weight 3.6lbs

    This bow is a BOAT ANCHOR! Not a YOUTH bow! I wouldn't burden my child with a heavy youth bow even if I was a Hoyt fanboy. Hoyt needs to put that thing on a Diet! It looks awesome with good performance, But Hoyt made the same mistake that many other youth bow makers have made. TOO HEAVY! Take 100 small Kids and hand them this 3.6 lb boat anchor, then hand them a 2.0 lb Fuse Freestyle and ask the kid wich one he likes shooting the best. I'm really disappointed in Hoyt. I was hoping they would get it right. Poor kids! Atleast daddy will be happy that johnny has a cool looking bow like his. Almost as heavy as daddy's too. Doesn't matter that poor little Johny can barely hold the dang bow up! You can tell that the archery design industry is dominated by men with Big egos, lots of testosterone, and very little empathy and foresight. I feel sorry for the kids.
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    Anyone have any guess on wait times on the ignite? I'm gonna place an order on a max-1 ignite tomorrow for my little brother, hoping it gets here by Christmas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewboy View Post
    I hope they are not as heavy as the edge. If they are, the PSE Mini Burner XT is going to smoke them in sales and shootability.

    OMG! I just looks up the specs!

    Mass weight 3.6lbs

    This bow is a BOAT ANCHOR! Not a YOUTH bow! I wouldn't burden my child with a heavy youth bow even if I was a Hoyt fanboy. Hoyt needs to put that thing on a Diet! It looks awesome with good performance, But Hoyt made the same mistake that many other youth bow makers have made. TOO HEAVY! Take 100 small Kids and hand them this 3.6 lb boat anchor, then hand them a 2.0 lb Fuse Freestyle and ask the kid wich one he likes shooting the best. I'm really disappointed in Hoyt. I was hoping they would get it right. Poor kids! Atleast daddy will be happy that johnny has a cool looking bow like his. Almost as heavy as daddy's too. Doesn't matter that poor little Johny can barely hold the dang bow up! You can tell that the archery design industry is dominated by men with Big egos, lots of testosterone, and very little empathy and foresight. I feel sorry for the kids.
    I'm a bit confused. What age group are you referring to?
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