The bow has a VERY solid wall, a super smooth draw cycle, and feels like a bow 3-4" longer in ATA!
It is very fast, and completely dead in the hand. It has a pretty good string angle as well! I shot it with fingers and with a release. I was surprised at how little finger pinch there was in such a short ATA bow.
And the fact that Chris Eggers shot a pair of 60x, 300's at Louisville says everything!! This is a 33" ata bow that shoots like a much longer bow and is brutally fast!!
I just drove 40 miles to shoot one- It draws great for a binary, no humps, good valley and wall. A little bit of wheel lean on the draw like a lot of binary's
At 55lb on 30" draw with a 315gr arrow it shot 298fps. I shot it side by side with my Drenalin set on same poundage. It is a real 12fps faster on same draw than my Dren. Balance is good not top heavy like a Monster, a little more vibration on the shot than my Dren. The only problem was it made a loud mechanical clicking noise when you drew it back. The owner of the shop thought is was the roller guard and said he would work on it later. I read on here it would be around $200.00 less than most bows. It was $699.00 which was not that much less- For example the new Hoyt Am 32 is $739.00 and the new Monster is $759.00 locally. All in all a good bow if they get the kinks worked out.
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