Well its time for a new bow, Now I am not really brand loyal with bows because they are all good in their own ways. I am thining about getting a Hoyt Maxxis 31, can you guys give me some imput?
I think it's because very few dealers are "stocking" 35's. You have to order them. My shop as at least 5 31's in stock and no 35's. I wanted a 35 and they said they would have to special order it - not. So, I may still add a 35 to my collection when I find the right deal.Great bows I have a 31 and I love it, the 31 is at the lower limits of what I like in an ATA. With that being said I was at Hoyt this week and they told me Maxxis 31 is outselling the 35 by a good bit. Sounds like the short hunting bows are still the in thing.
I had a general and now shot the Alphamax. With cat whiskers and an aftermarket SS it is as quite as my General, there is a slight vibration in the riser but it is so minimal its not a consideration.Let me ask this, smoothness is a big thing for me I know I know go out and shoot it but how does it as far as being smooth and viberation free as say an Admiral, or a General? Cause if you ask me those are prolly the most viberation free bows made. I just really like the Maxxis so far from what I have seen.