I've had the 7.0 for about 6-7 months and I'm really pleased with mine. But I shot a ton of bows before I decided to buy the Reezen so I was confident it was the right bow for me. I have no plans on buying another bow for several years, the Reezen has been a good bow for me and it will take a bigger leap forward in technology than I've seen this year to get me to buy my next bow.
I think this is an excellent bow if you want speed, accuracy, and the backing of a customer service oriented company. Mathews dealt with some issues on this model but they continued developing and delivered a good product. To date it has been my deadliest bow: Five complete pass-throughs on five shots. No misses. Luck, probably but don't tell that to the operator. I felt like I was somebody.
I've had mine about 7 months and love it. Heck sometimes I get it out just to stare at it. Seriously though, these are really nice bows. For the life of me I cannot figure out why people get rid of them? Well I guess I shouldn't say that. I used to shoot trap and it always amazed me at the number of guys that would go buy a 7-10K shotgun and trade it off a month later and loose their you know what!
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