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    2014 Bow of the year?

    What bow has the title?
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    For the money I think it goes to the Hoyt faktor! Just my opinion though!

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    All of them, none of them-----------what ever you shoot. There is no answer really, it's all personal choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowman2013 View Post
    For the money I think it goes to the Hoyt faktor! Just my opinion though!
    That's my opinion as well. Shot the Faktor 34 a few days ago. Man, what a sweet bow that is.

    With how solid Hoyt's are built, along with their hybrid cams and yokes, the Faktor 34 would be my pick.
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    whichever one I choose will be to me, and whichever everyone else chooses will be to them...so many great bows being produced today we are very lucky

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    Very subjective question. There is no right answer
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    Obviously this title would go to the PSEliteHoythewstech Carbon Spyder knight Creed E35

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    They still make the bowtech experience for 2014 or the Hoyt Faktor. Just my pick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerald Barris View Post
    Obviously this title would go to the PSEliteHoythewstech Carbon Spyder knight Creed E35
    Probably the closest answer right here^^^^^^^^

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    Yeah tough to say since everyone has their own opinions. For me its easy. The Xpedition Xcentric!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowman2013 View Post
    For the money I think it goes to the Hoyt faktor! Just my opinion though!
    I agree with you. For the money, the Faktor is hard to beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper69 View Post
    Yeah tough to say since everyone has their own opinions. For me its easy. The Xpedition Xcentric!
    I've never shot an Xpedition bow. I hadn't even heard of them until about a week ago. I'm starting to see a few pictures of the Xcentric and it is hands down the most attractive bow I've ever seen.
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    Today I don't think you can buy a bad bow to be honest. I shot a few of the newest Hoyt's, Mathews, and BowTechs when I was shopping but when I shot my PSE DNA I was sold lol just felt right for me. But I will say the other bows were amazing. Had a Mathews and it was a great bow but had to switch it up a bit.
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    Elite Energy E32 or E35 hands down
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowhunter_IL_BT View Post
    Elite Energy E32 or E35 hands down

    Because Levi shoots it?

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    Full Throttle for me but your choice may be different.

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    Well, this is Elite Talk. So I am going with the Energy.
    Although I don't understand why... 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Blast Off

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    Lol

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    Hoyt carbon spyder for me, z5 cams are amazing and zero vib, hoyt all the way

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    The Moxie 2014! Oh wait. Strother still hasn't put a pic out of it yet....high hopes!

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    You guys don't think Bowtech can pull off back-to-back "Bow of the Year" wins?
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    The rpm is awesome, but my vote goes to a very close 1-2 race with the carbon spyder and the e35/32...
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    Well me being a Mathews guy I could easily try to sway others to believe they have the best, but of course my credibility would be questioned.

    Honestly, there are alot of great bows out there to choose from. All of the top bow companies have one or two bows that will easily fit almost everyone's needs. To try to pick one that is a perfect for all would a little self-serving.
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