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hoyt excel

  1. F.I.T.A, N.A.A., Collegiate Archery, And J.O.A.D.
    Hello archery world, I recently had the chance to buy a Hoyt aero-tec riser for about $250, but was too indecisive and at was sold before I could get to it. That got me wondering if I should keep a lookout and act quicker if I find another one or something similar. I never got the chance to...
  2. F.I.T.A. Classified
    Too many bows. Too little time. Everything you need to jump right in to shooting an Olympic Recurve set-up. Selling the entire list together so please do not ask me to split it up. Hoyt Excel Riser (Red) 30# Hoyt Formula Carbon Limbs Shibuya Sight SF Carbon Tab (Large) Stringer String (<100...
  3. DIY Equipment
    So I bought a Hoyt Excel which arrived last week, and gave it a few of its first test fires with a makeshift carpet padding shelf which lasted all of 2 hours. So it was time for an little upgrade. Now its designed to be shot from an arrow-rest / plunger, which is understandable, its designed as...
  4. Traditional Gear For Sale or Trade
    Got myself a few Christmas Presents... Oops! So, here we go again. RH 25" Best Moon with barebow weights. I like this riser, I just seem to get along better with my Zenit (which I shouldn't have sold). There are some usage marks, which I have tried to show. Solid riser, sits nicely in the...
  5. Arrows & Strings
    Hi, I'm actually pretty new to archery and shooting. I have a few questions about the arrows I should be using. First off I'll give you some information about the bow I'm using. It's a Hoyt Excel with a 26 lbs draw weight and my personal draw length is at 26 as well. Anyway, the arrows I'm...
  6. Traditional Archery
    Hey guys, I'm looking for a new recurve bow, because I have severe problems with draw-weight and finger-pinch on my old 62" long recurve bow. My draw-length is 32" and as I recently discovered at a bow shop, I can handle a draw weight of 30-35#. I really like the hoyt excel risers in the cool...
  7. F.I.T.A, N.A.A., Collegiate Archery, And J.O.A.D.
    My daughter and I just started taking lessons in June. I am trying to figure out what I need to get her for her first bow. I've about narrowed it down to the SF Forged Plus for her riser. My question is about the limbs. I've been debating between the Hoyt Excel and Samick Privilege. I don't want...
  8. General Archery Discussion
    I've been shooting rented recurve bows from local archery clubs for about 2 months and was interested in picking up my own bow. I've decided I want an ILF take-down recurve, since I will be starting grad school in Minnesota this coming semester, and the portability of a takedown would let me...
  9. Traditional Archery
    Considering buying the red hoyt excel riser and wondering if I should go with the 21 or 23 inch riser? I am 6' and shoot a 29 DL. Thinking 35# limbs as I have the same for the sage. Pulled the excel riser back with sebastian flute limbs (not sure which ones they were) at a local shop here on...
  10. Traditional Archery
    Has anyone been able to try these limbs out? I'm going to be in the market for limbs, and currently, I'm looking between Hoyt Excel and Hoyt ZR330 for new limbs. For new limbs, the price difference is 30 dollars with the ZR330 costing more. My draw weight is 30# or under at the moment, and...
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