Hello all . I am considering an all black Hoyt Factor 34 for 3d this year. I have only owned one Hoyt in my whole life and that was when I was just strictly a bow hunter and didn't have much knowledge at all about bows in general. Long story short , the shop sent me home with a Trykon that was an inch too long on the draw , and I hated that bow. I know it was the draw length now and I couldn't hit anything with the bow so I sold it and have not liked another Hoyt bow until last year, and I was so close to pulling the trigger on a Spyder 30 to hunt with but things changed and I went another direction unfortunately. I recently shot a Faktor 30 set at my proper draw length and I absolutely loved the feel of the new cams over the RKT cams. The bow felt great , and either it or the Carbon Spyder 30 will be my next hunting bow. I want a longer ata bow for 3d and was considering the Faktor 34 for 3d this season. I love the Pro Edge Elite but I'm sure that the wait times are lengthy. I didn't get to shoot the 34 , just the 30 , and I will be shooting a 28" draw at 65 lbs. with a 336 grain arrow. For those that have shot the 34 or own one , this will be a strictly 3d bow and I shoot a 35 - 37" ata the best of all the bows that I have owned for 3d , but also shot a 33 ata bow pretty good one year as well. 34 is the shortest that I want to go and I was wondering peoples opinions on the speed and back wall and how it holds on target knowing my specs posted above. This bow is also going to
be tuned by Breathn and a set of his amazing strings put on it so I know that it should shoot lights out . I just want some opinions, good or bad , on the bow as far as 3d use and any other opinions as well. I will get to shoot one next week but wanted to hear from you Hoyt guys , since its been years since I've even considered a Hoyt. Its down to this bow , or an Elite E 35 , so any advice is appreciated.