I just recently got back into archery after 20+ years (just turned 64). Pulled out my bow case 7-8 months ago and had my 2000 Bowtech Generation 3 restrung, added wisker biscut and Hotwire sight, used my old Scott wrist strap. Kept trying to convince myself that I don't need no new fangled bow until I shot the Hoyt Ventum Pro 33 50-60#, immediately fell in love. Bought it, shoot every day weather permitting and recently replaced strings with GAS Ghost. Really appreciate the tech changes in bows going from 2000 to new tech!! I got the Onnex a little over a month ago and have had no problems and really like it. Made no changes to it other than slightly rotating thumb stud and use the small stud, just feels better for me. Have hundreds of arrows through it without complications. Their customer service is really good. Hade a self inflicted snafu with it. Had safety pin in place prscticing with it and at 2/3 of letdown it slipped out of my hand launching the release into my stone fireplace snapping off the thumb post attachment and scuffing the little whale tail extension. Emailed them for RMA, was honest with them and sent above to them. They fixed it, replaced the whale tail extension and did not charge me a dime, no shipping either. The release shrunk my groups substantially and have to say I do not think I could ever go back to a wrist, just my honest opinion.After my Stan Perfex failed I went looking for a new one and discovered Stan discontinued the Perfex. I have gone through two Stan Onnex releases and they are hands down some of the worst releases I have had. Took them to my shop to verify it wasnt just me, and received the same feedback.
Is anyone else having the same issues with the Onnex?