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I have AAE pro blade and bodoodle pro lite II. I don't have a preference really. I don't think the AAE is any better than the bodoodle or bodoodle any better than AAE. It just came down to what I felt like I wanted at the time. I say shoot what works for you no matter what it is. I had a kid shooting in my group at the ASA classic that used scotch tape for his yardage tape and wrote marks with a pen. It looked nice and worked. He was a nice kid. Hope I get to shoot with with him again next year too.

A wise man, a "repair man", once told me that old stuff don't just quit working because it got old. Shoot em up!!
 

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I'm also a big fan of the AAE Pro Blade. It's rock solid, incredibly simple with a very, very positive micro adjust. Built like a tank and incredibly tunable. No complaints.
 

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I like my Hamskea limb driven. Most of the guys I shoot with prefer lizard tongues


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I've shot the Bodoodle Pro Lite II's for the last 10 years or more. Not one rest failure, and I don't have to worry about keeping my arrow on the rest or the blade getting bent, broke, and sticking into my hand.
 

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Hamskea Hybrid Target Pro Microtune. No complaints here.
 
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