Yes! I'm thinking maybe he has a bad shoulder or something? He definitely looked like he was struggling to pull it back.Now that’s an honest bow review…good on them for posting it.
Side note, anyone else cringe watching the second guy pull a bow back.
You noticed that too? Even on the draw they were having trouble rolling it over. I've shot both bows and I didn't have that issue.That let down around 6:25 is exactly how bows get derailed!! He was lucky not to bust that bow right there! You could see how he left down super fast and with lots of torque…. He’s well over-bowed!
They didn't set it up, that's how the 29's were shipped, fully rigged.I am wondering if they hit the limb on something like the bow press off camera while setting the bow up that might have caused the limb to fail. Maybe it’s a clear example of a limb structure issue or maybe the full story was not captured in the video…🤷♂️
Only the 29 was shipped that way. Fully set-up with all the accessories. Just the dealer box. All the rest will come the same as they always have...brown box.DAMN! That sucks.
Is that the box they all ship in or just the dealer preview bows?
Prime cycles their bows 100 times before packaging it up and sending it out. I think mostly for string stretch, but I thought that was some good quality control without having to do anything too stressful to the bow.Do you think they should draw and shoot every bow a set number of times?