Trying to figure out what my set-up will be. So any help would be awsome.
Thanks DanHunt with what ever you shoot the best, and are the most practiced with. Being able to make a shot with nothing but reflexes is important when you have a screaming, grunting, stomping, peeing, 900lb monster coming at you.
Being able to make a clean shot is more important than worrying about a couple of inches, pounds, or FPS.
Here is my old Hoyt. I have been thinking about upgrading to the newer designs, but this one still works just fine. I have a target bow that is the same size, poundage, draw length etc. It is just allot prettier. They shoot and feel the same.
It is an 03 Ultratec. It has been through the ringer. It isn't that slow either. It is kind of heavy, but tough and reliable. I shoot it at 64lbs. It has 7 pins out to 80 yds. It shoots fixed blade broad heads very well.Doesn't look much different than the bows I've used...even if the labels on the limbs were sometimes different.
Wow 100 # limbs I would hate to be in close to a bull and not beable to pull that back!!!! 70 lbs is good enought for me. Hell my niext bow will be a 50-60 lbs.I had been using an 05 bowtech allegiance. This year I decided to get a new bow so my father in-law could hunt with me. He is getting my allegiance. I decided on a strother Sr-71 with 80# limbs 28 inch draw. With a 415 grain arrow 330 fps.103 #s ke. Enough energy to blow right through an elk shoulder should I ever make a bad shot.
Next year I am getting the 100# limbs. I figured that to be shooting 350 with 133 ke.
I just figured with all the new efficient bows out today that I would take full advantage of it. With this new setup i will have full confidence in my setup. Confidence is key when hunting.