There's always so much hype about new models every year. It must be difficult for designers to make enough "change" from year-to-year to develop new models. How many of you have purchased a new bow, only to realize that you liked your old bow better?
I have not fallen into that trap this year. I'm fortunate that I can drive an hour to a shop that lets you shoot nearly every new model and I can tell you they are all very close to the same and only a little bit faster than what I have. I'm keeping what I have for now.
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