for one, i said charity AND NASP. and no, they don't make a ton of money on the program, not only has Matt put into the millions of his own money into the program, but they sell the kits very cheap and make little to no money out of it. If you take a look at participation numbers for NASP, it may even surpass little league this year for participation, and the national NASP shoot is one of the largest sporting events for athletes in the world. yes, it is good in the end for mathews getting that many kids involved with the sport as future customers, but it benefits every other company as wellNASP ain't charity...they are making a ton on money on that program.
I voted Hoyt, they are well made and perform great and have been a lot more reliable for me than the others I have shot.
I really aint gonna answere the way your looking for.. nor am I trying to start anything. I shot a Switchback of a friends and didnt like it at all.... and at the time this was the best offering Mathews had. That being said.. most of thier bows look similar and the grips look and feel similar to me. Ohh and also cause the fanboys turn me off maybe more than the bow itself!! There it is.. my opinion, take it for what its worth... or not at all.. cause once again its just an opinion!Whys that?
I wouldn't put to much faith in him. He lies every time he sells a bow. Because it does not reach it's IBO!I'm a Mathews Man to the marrow and while I love the feel of hoyts I currently can't afford more than one bow. I frequently shop for good deals and almost bit on a katera, however I keep coming back to Mathews because it is more important to me that the owner serves Jesus Christ than his bows exceed IBO :teeth:
Mathews Mission Menace- you wouldnt be sorry.Being disabled, I need a lightweight bow with a short draw length, so I went with Mathews. Hoyt only has kids bows in this nitch, except for the 1600 carbon matrix.