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Hi Folks

Here we go..i own a 2010 and a 2012....i have found these bows to be extremely easy to shoot and very accurate.....i bought the 2013 with the true center shot riser..all the rest of the parts are the same...and i have found the bow to be very accurate but not as easy to shoot as the earlier risers.....i still love my 3800's..not bashing here..just wondering if anyone else has noticed anything like this...????

Maybe the geometry was better in the earlier risers...
 

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I believe the earlier models center shot location was higher than the newer models. Top of the Berger versus center. Bumping it up because I am also curious
 

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The grip on the 2013 is lower than the previous models. It puts the arrow closer to the center of the riser. For me, my 2013 does not aim as well as my 2011 DS3800. How you apply pressure to the grip can have a large influence on how the vertical location of the grip effects your shooting. So it could be that the 2013 with the lower grip does not agree with the way you apply pressure to the grip in the vertical plane.
 
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