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I just got back from Lancaster Archery.

I shot the REEZEN, too top heavy.
I shot the Guardian, did not like the valley.
I shot the MONSTER, too much mass.
I shot the AM 35, nice.
I shot the Athens Accompliace, felt real nice.
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I shot the Elite GT500 I will be buying this one soon.
It had a smooth draw, no hand shock, good speed and only 4 pounds.
This was the only bow I did not shoot this spring and that was when I got the AM32. Wish I had tried this one.
 

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I just shot the gt500 and the accomplice b2b yesterday and couldn't tell a difference. 500 had a little vibration then put on a stabilizer and it was just as dead as the accomplice. Pretty much the same bow if you ask me.
 

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The GT is a sweet smooth rig that is for sure.

Make sure you get someone to time it....mine was a bit narsty until TAZ went through it, now it is the sweetest bow I've ever shot!
 

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I just got back from Lancaster Archery.

I shot the REEZEN, too top heavy.
I shot the Guardian, did not like the valley.
I shot the MONSTER, too much mass.
I shot the AM 35, nice.
I shot the Athens Accompliace, felt real nice.
then
I shot the Elite GT500 I will be buying this one soon.
It had a smooth draw, no hand shock, good speed and only 4 pounds.
This was the only bow I did not shoot this spring and that was when I got the AM32. Wish I had tried this one.
I also tested numerous bows before I bought my elite. They sure are sweet shootin bows
 
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