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Hoyt

dependable limbs
luv the cam &1/2
it says hoyt on it
best limb pocket period
low vibration
smooth draw
Fast
I shoot my xtec verry well 313 at the last shot
 

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Hoyt. I've owned several and really liked them.
 

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Parker, because that is what I currently shoot and it does everything that I need it to do. They also are the greatest people to deal with in any industry.
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ima say pse, cause its what i got and i love the feel of it.
 

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Just traded my Parker Phoenix of 2 months for a Hoyt Protec. Loving the Protec. I owned 2 parkers prior to my hoyt, and they are a real good company. That cam 1/2 system however, is very ncie for backtension shooters like myself, and how quiet that protec is!

Justin :darkbeer:
 

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Hoyt then Martin

Martin needs more speed and less vibration and noise to beat Hoyt.
 

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Best Limbs (most reliable) - Hoyt
Best Limb Pockets - Hoyt
Best Grip - Hoyt
Best Riser Geometry (Low amount of reflex or a deflex offering) - Hoyt
Best Riser design and construction - Hoyt
Best Cams/Draw cycle - That one is a toss up between Hoyt (Cam and 1/2 @ 65% LO) and Mathews

Hmmm, it looks like my answer is Hoyt.
 

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Parker, Best bow for the $$$, don't pay for a name and great company

what else is there to say?
 

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arrowheadtroutm said:
Close your eyes, ignore the name on the limbs, shoot them all, and pick what feels best.
That would be Hoyt, having shot, held all of the above
 

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Of what you got listed, I would say Mathews because it is the only one listed I have experience with.

However, I currently shoot a Bowtech and I would choose it over all other bows right now.
 

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I personally shoot Mathews. They are all great bows, Hoyt and Mathews retain more value for when you sell a used bow and buy a new one. I truely think each bow listed is a great product and they all shoot great. My decision came down to retained value.

Scott.
 

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Matthews, Why, because i have shot it for so long i cant see any reason to switch to any thing else.Its treated me good and the White tails still keep falling to my arrows. Ya i would say Matthews forever.(Bar None.) Crazy Wolf.
 

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My vote is for none of those... I go with Bowtech!
 
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