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Put a quick video together comparing both these bows.
 

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Yes, both bows were 70# and 29"
 

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Are you the shop out near Knights Action Park?
 

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Thanks for taking your time to make the video. Good work!
 

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Thanks for sharing. Not sure but from what I noticed the PSE kicked quite a bit on the shot. Price to pay for light weight? I guess until I shoot it I'm just speculating. For those that have shot it what did you experience. Thanks again.
 

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There is still a little speed left in that Hoyt. Hoyt's don't usually ever come in under ibo, it should be 312-315.
 

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Thanks for sharing. Not sure but from what I noticed the PSE kicked quite a bit on the shot. Price to pay for light weight? I guess until I shoot it I'm just speculating. For those that have shot it what did you experience. Thanks again.
It certainly hopped more. I've since shot one with accessories and its a lot better!
 

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There is still a little speed left in that Hoyt. Hoyt's don't usually ever come in under ibo, it should be 312-315.
I tryed to keep the comparison as fair as possible. Both bows only had a d loop installed.
 

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Good comparison I like the hoyt better ! Own 3 of em some I kinda bias !
 

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I tryed to keep the comparison as fair as possible. Both bows only had a d loop installed.
Where both bows right out of the box? If so that's the Hoyt's probablem, for some stupid reason Hoyt never ships a bow in tune. They always need to be tuned properly to get ibo or above out of them.
 
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