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  1. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Casto Jr View Post
    WoodsmanRyan,

    Well... I'm hoping it won't be the Excel grip. lol lol

    The grip is the first thing I want to look at. Crossing my fingers that Hoyt made this riser to accept the Profit and 180 grips. I recently bought a medium Jager 2.0 Best grip for my Dorado; I'm hoping it will fit this riser.
    I was hoping for the Excel grip because I already have a Jager grip that fits my Excel that I was hoping to use.

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  3. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Cwilder View Post
    They take the target line of grips. Comes with the new ergo grip
    Thanks for the info!

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  5. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Cwilder View Post
    They take the target line of grips. Comes with the new ergo grip
    Well.... CRAP! Now I'm going to have to buy a couple new Jager 2.0 mediums.

    Thanks for the info Christian.
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    What's traditional? I don't know, don't care and don't care to know.

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  9. #31
    Thanks for those links. Yep, they've added it to their website:
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    Form is everything.

    What's traditional? I don't know, don't care and don't care to know.

  10. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by stick monkey View Post
    ...and added a adjustable block for ilf....
    Looks like we were both wrong about that "block." From the pictures, it looks like the dovetail mount is machined into the riser.
    Form is everything.

    What's traditional? I don't know, don't care and don't care to know.

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    Well done Hoyt! I might have just found my second new recurve for 2017.


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    im a fan, will be getting one for sure
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  13. #35

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    I'm sorry, but HOYT Satori may have copied my idea of the Radiused Strike Plate.

    This is the Radiused Strike Plate Desgin on my Chaser Archery Halberd 1 Riser:

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    The Srike Plate is 0.1735" Thick, it is to be installed over an also Radiused Shelf (Cut 0.375" Past Center), to form a double Radiused Platform for shooting off the shelf.
    With Paper or metal washer put between the Strike Plate and Riser, one can fine turn his center shot.

    We at Chaser Archery have been selling Halberd 1 Riser since August 26th, 2016.
    And this Radiused Strike Plate Structure has been patented in China since April 2016.
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  14. #36
    Rob Kaulfold of Lancaster Archer talked of building a radiused shelf plate 5 or 6 years ago. They even offered it for sale on their website, but I don't think it ever went into production.

    I've got a neighbor who worked at an aluminum plant. He made a radiused shelf plate for his compound bow 30 years ago.

    Your risers and those plates look really nice, but I seriously doubt Hoyt copied anything from you any more than you copied them from my buddy who did it years ago.
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    Would like to try a 19 inch riser with some long limbs.

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    looks like another bow to go and try out!

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    that is funny a company from china saying they have the copyrights. china pretty much copys everthing. over here in europe the market is full of china rip offs. chaser is known in europe for cheap junk compounds that newbies buy and get ripped off.

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    I don't really give two shiites about who copied who especially when the Chinese are complaining about it so can we please get this thread back on track?

    Does anyone know what the street price for the Satori with bamboo limbs is supposed to be?
    '17 Hoyt Satori w/X-Tours

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamus275 View Post
    I don't really give two shiites about who copied who especially when the Chinese are complaining about it so can we please get this thread back on track?

    Does anyone know what the street price for the Satori with bamboo limbs is supposed to be?
    I'd imagine the bamboo limbs, as they're pro tours, will run somewhere in the 7-800 range...And that's just the limbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GVDocHoliday View Post
    I'd imagine the bamboo limbs, as they're pro tours, will run somewhere in the 7-800 range...And that's just the limbs.
    That puts it in the 1150-$1200 range...I'm not a fan of the regular Buffalo limbs and swapped them out for target limbs and then hit 'em with the rattle can. I'm wondering if the standard limbs are going to feel like Excel limbs or something a little smoother and faster?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shamus275 View Post
    That puts it in the 1150-$1200 range...I'm not a fan of the regular Buffalo limbs and swapped them out for target limbs and then hit 'em with the rattle can. I'm wondering if the standard limbs are going to feel like Excel limbs or something a little smoother and faster?
    According to the website, carbon and maple are the standard.
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  22. #44
    Does anyone know what the street price for the Satori with bamboo limbs is supposed to be?

    Last I heard from the dealer I'm working with on two risers is, they didn't even have the wholesale prices from Hoyt. That was the first of the week. Since they're all at the ATA show, I suppose it will be next week before we start seeing/hearing any retail prices save for what's in that 3Rivers ad.
    Form is everything.

    What's traditional? I don't know, don't care and don't care to know.

  23. #45
    Well... I just saw this on the website for a Hoyt dealer:

    Hoyt Archery Carbon X-Tour Limbs
    Our Price $929.49

    Hoyt Archery Satori Recurve Limbs - Medium
    Our Price $395.99

    Hoyt Archery Satori Recurve Limbs - Short
    Our Price $395.99

    Hoyt Archery Satori Recurve Riser
    Our Price $499.99
    Form is everything.

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    Well $929 is far from good but its better than $1200. Maybe I'll wait on upgrading...
    '17 Hoyt Satori w/X-Tours

  25. #47
    That $929.49 is for the new X-Tour limbs (only).
    Form is everything.

    What's traditional? I don't know, don't care and don't care to know.

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    In that case, I'd buy the target limbs from Lancaster and break out the rattle can again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shamus275 View Post
    In that case, I'd buy the target limbs from Lancaster and break out the rattle can again!
    Yeah I'm really only interested in the riser.
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    Does anybody know if Hoyt discontinued the Dorado, Gamemaster and Buffalo?
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