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Man, that 36 is awesome. Adjustable grip angle, deadlock tuning, new timing adjustment features built into the cam. That bow has it all. And those cams loook like they will make speed. That is now the most tuneable bow on the market. It covers left right tuning, and now high low, all with an Allen wrench.
 

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Man, that 36 is awesome. Adjustable grip angle, deadlock tuning, new timing adjustment features built into the cam. That bow has it all. And those cams loook like they will make speed. That is now the most tuneable bow on the market. It covers left right tuning, and now high low, all with an Allen wrench.
And 2 cams options!!!

Edit: Check that, 3 cam options
 
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They all are coming in very close to listed speed even on Podiums chrono!
Sounds awesome. Maybe in 5 years the price will be down where I want to buy one. :LOL:

I may need to scoop up a old Reckoning 35 in the meantime.
 

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Do we know about the DL adjustments yet? Word on the grapevine was 1/4"... They look awesome! I would love to try out both sizes, just need to figure out if 39 ATA is too much for 3D outdoor etc... I don't shoot much spot, but love being outside and stretching distances from 20-100 yards...
 

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Do we know about the DL adjustments yet? Word on the grapevine was 1/4"... They look awesome! I would love to try out both sizes, just need to figure out if 39 ATA is too much for 3D outdoor etc... I don't shoot much spot, but love being outside and stretching distances from 20-100 yards...
The 39 would be fine for outdoor shoots. Why do you think the 39 ATA is too much for 3D / outdoor?

I have a Bowtech Fanatic 3.0 LD set up for outdoor target matches. It is more accurate than I am. I have not even shot a Reckoning 38. I don't know if I could justify the cost of a Generation 2 when the Fanatic 3.0 LD shoots just fine.

I would love to see someone take the Fanatic 3.0 LD, Reckoning 38 and a Reckoning 38 Gen. 2 and shoot all 3 out of a Hooter Shooter and see if there is any difference.
 

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The 39 would be fine for outdoor shoots. Why do you think the 39 ATA is too much for 3D / outdoor?

I have a Bowtech Fanatic 3.0 LD set up for outdoor target matches. It is more accurate than I am. I have not even shot a Reckoning 38. I don't know if I could justify the cost of a Generation 2 when the Fanatic 3.0 LD shoots just fine.

I would love to see someone take the Fanatic 3.0 LD, Reckoning 38 and a Reckoning 38 Gen. 2 and shoot all 3 out of a Hooter Shooter and see if there is any difference.
Fair enough... I wasn't sure what folks leaned towards in regards to ATA on bows for outdoor i.e. shorter bows could be less surface area for wind to grab (possibly less stability?)… I certainly know you could use what ever bow size you want in any application really and I get that is all personal preference... I would just be curious to hear opinions on here as that 39G2 looks just awesome on paper! I'm super pumped to get something longer in my hands as I think that is just more stability and with my DL of 30 3/8", the string angle will be just a lot more comfortable!
 

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Fair enough... I wasn't sure what folks leaned towards in regards to ATA on bows for outdoor i.e. shorter bows could be less surface area for wind to grab (possibly less stability?)… I certainly know you could use what ever bow size you want in any application really and I get that is all personal preference... I would just be curious to hear opinions on here as that 39G2 looks just awesome on paper! I'm super pumped to get something longer in my hands as I think that is just more stability and with my DL of 30 3/8", the string angle will be just a lot more comfortable!
The other consideration is known vs unknown distance 3D. For unknown I would lean more towards a faster bow.
 
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That new 36 does look impressive, and seems to be making good speed. Deadlock, timing adjustment without a press, three different cam sizes for different draw lengths, camo and solid color options, and it weighs the same as the new 30" carbon One :ROFLMAO:
 

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That new 36 does look impressive, and seems to be making good speed. Deadlock, timing adjustment without a press, three different cam sizes for different draw lengths, camo and solid color options, and it weighs the same as the new 30" carbon One :ROFLMAO:
If they put that cam tunability on a 32-34" hunting bow they will sell a boat load.
 
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