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Got to shoot my old bow, switchback and bisquit, yesterday against my new bow, admiral and qad. Both very quiet, and both very little handshock. Admiral was quicker, but switchback was throwing tighter groups at 20 yards. I was playing 301 with a friend using a dart board target face. I am now wondering if I grip the mathews more consistently, or if the bisquit smoothes out tiny inconsitencies in release that result in better groups. The only other difference I see is that the string loop on the mathews is a little wider. It does not touch the nock top and bottom like the one on my Admiral does. What do you guys think?
 

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Put your wb on the admiral and see what happens. Best way to answer a ? like this is to prove it for yourself.
 

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I don't own the switchback any more. In a moment of stupidity I sold it to a friend. I don't want to mess with his bow, even if he would let me, because it's set up pretty good for him now.
 
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