I got the impression that it didn't have the adjustability that the older style did,but for 100.00 less,I guess I can live with that.As long as its reliable,and doesn't shoot you out from string to arrow tip,thats all I'm really concerned with.
Let me give you a bit of advice about the hunter version. The battery drain is terrible. I left mine one for two minutes and the batteries ran down. They were new batteries I had just put in. Set it up turn it on set your centershot and turn it off, QUICKLY. They do tend to regenerate but I would still turn it on and off as soon as you can.
I use the E-Z center hunter version at my shop. The batteries have only drained quickly once and that was when my son was playing army or navy seal or something with it. I do buy my extra batteries from EZ Crest as they are $'s cheaper. It is a great tool and the people there are great and will help you any way they can. They actually recommended the less expensive version when I tried to get the pro version.
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