The 2009 model is fast, light with really tight groups. Easily repeatable shots due to the ergonomics of the stock and ar15 style fore-grip. Very quiet. The lower rail is weaver style so accessories can be slid on, used mine for a quiver mount. The bow is very narrow (18 1/4 inches axle to axle) so it's great for mobility in the stand. The only draw backs are the cocking sled made of metal that makes a lot of noise when cocking it in the bush. And it can't be un-cocked.
Fast and deadly
Cocking sled and inability to uncock
Would you recommend?
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