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    2014 Bowtech RPM 360!

    First video I have saw on the RPM 360 looks like an awesome bow I can't wait!! What do you guys think?





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    At the top of the list to shoot for sure!

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    Not enough difference between that and my Insanity to make me spend another $950.
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    About a pound too heavy

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    Quote Originally Posted by BP1992 View Post
    About a pound too heavy
    Maybe they eliminated the need to buy a 3.8# bow and adding a 12" 14oz B-Stinger on it... Think about it as glas half full!
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    Never shot a Bowtech, but they look like a well made bow, speed wise they look really good, I just may find a dealer and try one! Cheers--BB

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    Awesome lineup I can't wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bourbon Boy View Post
    Never shot a Bowtech, but they look like a well made bow, speed wise they look really good, I just may find a dealer and try one! Cheers--BB
    Same with me as you can tell by my username but I have always heard great things about bowtech I think this will be the year I switch brands

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    Quote Originally Posted by BP1992 View Post
    About a pound too heavy
    I kind of thought that, but then realized I carry my bow then hang it on a hook in a tree. Probably wouldn't notice if it was 6#
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    Gotta shoot this one. Hope my dealer gets then in soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BP1992 View Post
    About a pound too heavy
    Not many bows are 3.4 lbs....

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    Appears to have pretty aggressive cams... Could be a rough draw but probally pretty fast.
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    could just go with the carbon overdrive still plenty fast at 342 and under 4lbs
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    Cams are a crazy shape!Be curious to try just to see how the draw is on a wild shape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AK&HIboy View Post
    Cams are a crazy shape!Be curious to try just to see how the draw is on a wild shape.
    that's what I'm wondering

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    Quote Originally Posted by enkriss View Post
    Not many bows are 3.4 lbs....
    No, but there's plenty under 3.9

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    Quote Originally Posted by LastLight View Post
    Not enough difference between that and my Insanity to make me spend another $950.
    This completely different from anyother bow out there. Just the riser design alone is impressive.
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    4.4 pounds! Now maybe everyone will quit complaining about Prime's being too heavy!

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    I think everyone needs to calm down on the weight issue, I guarantee 90 percent of archers couldn't tell a 4.4 pound bow from a 4. especially once it is all decked out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tipsntails7 View Post
    I think everyone needs to calm down on the weight issue, I guarantee 90 percent of archers couldn't tell a 4.4 pound bow from a 4. especially once it is all decked out.
    Wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tipsntails7 View Post
    I think everyone needs to calm down on the weight issue, I guarantee 90 percent of archers couldn't tell a 4.4 pound bow from a 4. especially once it is all decked out.
    Experience is 4.2lbs, Insanity is 4.3, and the CPXL is 4.4 so not much of a difference.

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    I've had my destroyer 340 since 2010 and still love it but this bow has my attention. I called my bow shop to have them put me on the list for one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mass Bowhunter View Post
    Experience is 4.2lbs, Insanity is 4.3, and the CPXL is 4.4 so not much of a difference.
    When you pick up a light bow then pick this bow up you're gonna be able to tell a difference. What wonder is if you take the silencers with ball bearings out of the if its gonna be real loud and if it would add to vibration.
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    [QUOTE=Roo223;1069112147]When you pick up a light bow then pick this bow up you're gonna be able to tell a difference. What wonder is if you take the silencers with ball bearings out of the if its gonna be real loud and if it would add to vibration.[/QUOTE

    I'm sure it would add some noise and definitely some vibe. I personally don't think it would be worth the weight you would save. Bowtech added them for a reason. Maybe someone with an Experience has tried removing the silencers and would know for sure.

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    [QUOTE=Mass Bowhunter;1069112259]
    Quote Originally Posted by Roo223 View Post
    When you pick up a light bow then pick this bow up you're gonna be able to tell a difference. What wonder is if you take the silencers with ball bearings out of the if its gonna be real loud and if it would add to vibration.[/QUOTE

    I'm sure it would add some noise and definitely some vibe. I personally don't think it would be worth the weight you would save. Bowtech added them for a reason. Maybe someone with an Experience has tried removing the silencers and would know for sure.
    Probably would just curious how much. I took the the air shocks off my spyder to just see what it would do, and you really couldn't much of difference just a little quiter.
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