I think Hoyt make the best looking bows around and there rep has been pretty good but all the Alphamax limb talk would make me hold out on buying that model. I think theres an issue with the limbs but Hoyt are a top line bow builder so I'm sure they will make it good.They seem to have a BIG problem with splintered limbs don't yall think.What the hell is there problem?
Burns i hate to tell you but look at the post alphamax or alphacrap part 3 he put the pics up the other day. And i had my limb blow out on mine right at the hoyt logo on the limb but that was no big deal got new ones in like 3 days. And i was back to shooting. That is why i am a hoyt guy for life because i called and told the they were like you dryfired it i said no they said ok and i got them. Not trying to be an ***** but i have seen it it with my own 2 eyes.i think youre out of your mind and need to get your facts straight buddy. I have yet to see a failure on a hoyt limb.
I've shot most, the Marquis is a gem at 60lbs, the 82nd is okay but a tough hunting bow to master compared to the Marquis and the Admiral is just a wall hanger I dont like it.Ironically enough, the guy who is concerned with limb stability has a stable of Bowtechs!
Relax, I'm just having a little fun.. :embara:
I've read it was NOT the Alphamax series, but, rather the Turbohawk or Powerhawk which had limb problems. The limbs/pockets may even be exactly the same for all I know.
All I know is what I read on here. Someone could create a make believe line of bows from a company and I wouldn't know any better.
All bows suck...