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I never took the time to shoot mine through my chrono but the Uukha SX-80's did increase my 20 yard gap which is an indication of increase in velocity compared to the same weight carbon/foam limbs I was shooting on an Avalon Plus riser. The Uukha's were noticeably quieter which is a good quality for a hunting bow to have.
 

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I just ordered my Christmas present, a set of XL SX-50 for my 15 inch Backland riser.
True story: 20 years or so ago, a week or so before Christmas I visited with our friend Mike at Mike's Archery in St .Charles, MO. I bought a dozen arrows, points .feathers and a couple of other odds and ends; totaling around $250. My wife discovered the receipt and was not pleased with my shopping spree that close to Christmas. Her displeasure was duly noted but I have to admit went right over my head. During the gift exchange the only thing under the tree for ne was a small box labeled to Greg from Greg. Opening the box I found the receipt for my Mike's Archery shopping spree. Never underestimate the significant others ability to teach important lessons. Enjoy the limbs and put the receipt in a safe place.
 

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I’ve heard that! Would a palm clicker like the one Tom Clum makes be beneficial for those that can’t seem to get used to that spongy feeling?


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There not spongy and you don't need add on gadgets to shoot them. Anchor point is not defined by draw holding weight.
 
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