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Best Hoyt bow 2000 to 2020?

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Can any one let me know which is the best Hoyt target archery compound bow produced by Hoyt between 2000 to 2020?
Thanks for your time!
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I've shot a ProComp, Prevail, ProForce, and now the Invicta. All 4 are absolute phenomenal shooters. Never shot a Hoyt target rig I didn't love.

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I've shot a ProComp, Prevail, ProForce, and now the Invicta. All 4 are absolute phenomenal shooters. Never shot a Hoyt target rig I didn't love.

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Wow! It seems like you have shot one of the best bows :) I did some online readings and those bows that you mentioned seem to be on the top of most of the bow reviews. Thank you for your time! I am looking to purchase a used bow to start with. Please let me know if you happen to have a bow for sale. Thank you!
 

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Thanks! Will look into them.
Those 2 are hunting bows.

I have a hard time saying the one I'm about to because I'm just not sure if I'm remembering through rose colored glasses or if the bow was as remarkable as I remember but I just don't feel like my Prevail or Pro Force shot nearly as well as my old Ultra Elite XT2000 from over a decade ago. If you go back and look they've really been using the same riser design all this time with tweaks in the limbs, pockets and cams so I'm betting the difference isn't as drastic as I remember. I will say I've heard a few archers at the range recommend a Pro or Ultra Elite with XT2000 limbs over buying a new or even slightly used newer target bow

That said if you are interested in purchasing a used Hoyt target bow then it's very important to get your exact draw length measured and study the tune charts so to know what cam # you need to be on the look out for.
 

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Those 2 are hunting bows.

I have a hard time saying the one I'm about to because I'm just not sure if I'm remembering through rose colored glasses or if the bow was as remarkable as I remember but I just don't feel like my Prevail or Pro Force shot nearly as well as my old Ultra Elite XT2000 from over a decade ago. If you go back and look they've really been using the same riser design all this time with tweaks in the limbs, pockets and cams so I'm betting the difference isn't as drastic as I remember. I will say I've heard a few archers at the range recommend a Pro or Ultra Elite with XT2000 limbs over buying a new or even slightly used newer target bow

That said if you are interested in purchasing a used Hoyt target bow then it's very important to get your exact draw length measured and study the tune charts so to know what cam # you need to be on the look out for.
Thank you for taking time and sharing your experiences, I definitely appreciate it! Yes I am looking to purchase a used Hoyt bow and your tips are timely and useful for me.
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One to consider is a pro force. It can do double duty for target and 3-d. They are very nice.
 

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700-900 But a lot depends on the condition.
If you look at the split yoke at the bottom. One has a barrel and the newer years have D shaped looking piece. The D shape looking piece is the newer model.
Look at the newer Hoyt Rx3 and 4 Or the newer bows and look at that piece. You will see what I mean. Not that the older ones aren’t as good. But if you want the newer model. That’s a dead give away.
 

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700-900 But a lot depends on the condition.
If you look at the split yoke at the bottom. One has a barrel and the newer years have D shaped looking piece. The D shape looking piece is the newer model.
Look at the newer Hoyt Rx3 and 4 Or the newer bows and look at that piece. You will see what I mean. Not that the older ones aren’t as good. But if you want the newer model. That’s a dead give away.
Thanks! This definitely helps me because I am looking for a newer model.
 

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My favorite hoyt that I've shot and still have is an Ultra Elite with the c2 cam and a half and the 3000 limbs is a little longer but supper forgiving and the c2 cam fit my relaxed style of shooting still giving me speed without having to rip through the shot like the spiral cam
 
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