Personally I'm going with the Citation I have shot both and the Citation has a much nicer draw cycle though you will need some weight on the front bar as it's weighted to fall backwards barebow after the shot. My wife had only shot Elites (Ember, Kure and Rezult) up to the point she purchased the Citation 36 and she loves it. It does have vibration because it's a stiffer riser but she has gotten almost all of it out through bojax limb dampeners and putting a dampener on the string stop. She has shot it 2 days and is ready to use it in our indoor league it's a very forgiving bow.
I shot both with SE cams I am a longer draw and I shot them at 30" which was a little too short for me @ 75% let off but they both had room to go to a longer draw length. My wife bought a Citation 36 SE and before she set it for her I drew that several times and it felt the same as the 40. The Supra focus had more of a hump in the draw but was still a very nice draw I just preferred the Citation.Hi LonnyM,
When you shot both the Xl and citation, did they both have the same cams? I say this because the EM and SE cams are really quite different and so the differences might be more the cams than the bows. Can you clarify, because I am trying to identify how the Citation is similar and different.
While I’m sure the Citation will be a great bow, I can’t see it shooting $500 or more better than the Supra Focus XL. I own both the Focus and XL. Great bows.In the market and I’m curious if people prefer one bow over the other. Supra Focus XL or the Citation?