If you were to choose one of these bows and only one which one? & why? They both look the same and are pretty close in specs.
i chose the evo and if you shoot them both side by side then you wont have to ask this question. the evo has it all, plenty of speed very smooth draw and very quiet. i think that the only thing the omen pro has on the evo is the speed but imo what you have to put youre body through to get it. it isnt worth it to me.If you were to choose one of these bows and only one which one? & why? They both look the same and are pretty close in specs.
Yep...and besides...Pete Shepley can most assuredly shoot any bow his company makes..but when i see him on the hunting shows?..It's an "Omen" he's slinging over his shoulder..kinda speaks volumes for me right there and like Jay Gregory says...he's getting 70lb performance out of a 60lb Omen...again..kinda speaks volumes to me...and last but not least?..in flipping through the PSE sales brochure?..i think there's a reason the 1st bow you see is the omen..cause it's their greatest achievement..billed as "The Worlds Fastest Production Speedbow"...the evo can be found on page 2...not that that means anything but..just saying cause they are both obviously fantastic bows..and if you're more comfortable with a more traditional loaded up front draw cycle than the evo is for you..but if you're more comfy working the hump at near full expansion?..like i am?..then it's Omen all the way..i wonder how many more pounds one would hafta draw on an evo to equal the performance of the omen..that would be a good test..just glad i dont really care what the results wind up being..i'm pumping a 375gr GT5575 an extremely consistant 284fps @ 28" draw...54#s..comfy enough for all day practice..just slow enough to meet ASA and be able to squeeze a 30 pin inbetween my 20 & 40..shoots smooth as glass, quiet as any i've ever heard and spot on accurate..just a matter of 2 questions..