Zion like too hear some feedback on this bow..Its light,,vibration??
Do you mind going in a little more detail? I had a Carbon Defiant 34 that I got at a killer price ($799 new), and to be honest, I wasn’t blown the more I got out shooting it.So far BT Carbon bows have not been very popular. They don’t compare to Hoyt’s hi end carbon in my opinion. Maybe the new ones are better.
They're a great back up bow, light and good performance, easy to throw in the gear bag, if you F up a string or cable etc.... I'd never have one as my main bow tho.The Bowtech/Diamond carbon riser is not a true carbon riser. It is a carbon/polymer blend, with more polymer in it than carbon. This is why these bows are $1000 less than they Hoyt carbon bows. These risers have had a tendency to warp in extreme heat. This riser has been used on the Diamond Deploy, and Carbon Knockout, as well as the Bowtech Carbon Knight, Eva Shockey Gen 1, Carbon Rose, Icon and now Zion. It's important to realize that the Zion is really just the Icon will new cams and cable guard.
I would beg to differ on your comment and ask that you provide data to back that statement up.These risers have had a tendency to warp in extreme heat.
I would beg to differ on your comment and ask that you provide data to back that statement up.
I shoot in some of the most extreme heat in the US and both my wifes Eva Shockey nor any of the Carbon risers I've owned or come in contact with at the ranges have ever been compromised, however I don't know it all and willing to learn from others if this is fact.