I'm a lefty. I shot the reps Phenom at 50# right handed and knew right away it is the one I want. In fact that is how I usually find the bow I want, just because there aren't that many left handed bows out there.I would love to try these both out at a shop the only problem with that is I'm a lefty. So they have to special order it. Thanks for the input so far!
I shot out of K45, not that that is anything special, with my Phenom last year. Scored well with it in miscellaneous state shoots. Shot a few 58-59 X indoor games with it so far. The specs on it make it a good solid "all around" bow for many archers. The a-to-a isn't particularly short or long. It has plenty of speed for 3D or hunting but isn't hard to shoot a lot which is important when shooting indoor spots. I get good speed from it even with my nubby 26" draw.The Phenom being slightly shorter ATA may be more beneficial if you have a shorter DL. I know I can barely shoot the Supra and the string angle was a little weird for me at 26.5" and I wasn't comfortable with it. They are both outstanding bows... I like the ME cams, the Supra is faster, but there's no doubt the Phenom is a sleeper particularly due to it's price tag.
I won't be surprised if the Phenom doesn't walk away with some 3D trophies this year, even with archers on a budget.
Congrats. The TT blades are good. I definitely have been enjoying my Hamskeas over the last couple of years. I run a best blade in limb driven mode and get the best of both worlds. Sight wise, its hard to beat a good ol' CBE quad lite 3d.Well I ended up ordering a Phenom today. Any recommendations on a sight and rest? Planning on 3D and spot. The rest I was thinking a Trophy Taker blade. I have no clue on the sight I have never dealt with target sights.