I was leaning more towards the SlayR anyway, but I needed some other opinions. I am shooting a Cougar III SE nitrous for hunting and I'm ordering a new bow for IBO and ASA.JDES900X said:I'd opt for the SlayR Nitrous X. It is the fastest bow Martin produces and also one of the most stable. The SlayR is perfectly balanced with just a front stabilizer and does not require back weights or side weights to feel right. It is hard to find a bow that shoots as quiet as the SlayR even though it shoots faster than most production bows on the market, especially at the shorter draw lengths. Both bows are extremely accurate.
I currently have a Razor X SE Nitrous X set up for hunting and it shoots fantastic, but I'd still take the SlayR over the Razor on the 3-D course for the extra speed and mass weight.
Thanks for the input.Mead said:I would go with the Slayr. I've shot many 3D bows over the years and this bow is the best shooter hands down. It's extremely forgiving and gets awesome speed for shorter draw lengths such as myself. I love the weight of the bow and it balances real well during the aiming process. You can't go wrong with this bow, especially if your main goal is 3D shooting.
Something must have been wrong with the bow you shot, because the SlayR I shot was very smooth and quiet without a stabilizer.grouse said:I shot a slayr with the nitrous cams and it seemed to be very noisy. Shot the same area with a different bow to see if it was arrow and it wasnt the arrow. I wanted this bow, but I just couldn't get over the noise. Anyone else noticed this?