My post was not stated as a negative, I think they found their issue!Where does it say they rebuilt the trigger? All I see is a different safety lever.
Kim Kardashian owns the media market...doesnt make her better.....My post was not stated as a negative, I think they found their issue!
I'm going to bet the R9 and R15 are gone or they will now come with the new safety design, and I'm betting the misfire issue is gone!
Ravin and Tenpoint could very well own the market this year, the word game changer is an absolute possibility.
Yep just got my custom Spalted Maple Longbow about 2 weeks ago.Kim Kardashian owns the media market...doesnt make her better.....
discriminating buyers will steer towards Mission, Excal and Scorpyd....we see that here....
Or do what you and I plan to do Jerry, get a long bow and some wooden arrows
I just ordered new strings for my 40 year old recurve and have been checking out
different brands of longbows...maybe start with a Bodnik slick stick and see how that works out.....this race to the top with crossbows is getting a little ridiculous and even dangerous.
(I think Leroy would agree)
That's why I never buy a product the first year it comes out. Gotta give these company's time to work out the kinks. The resale value of the r9 and r15 will go down if its replaced with the r20.
I guess that depends on who you are listening to. My R15 will hit quarters at 50yds. Never had an issue except when I was trying to shoot arrows with too weak of a spine.it going to be real hard not to do a add to cart with an R10
A side from past issues this bow hits on all aspects of design. super compact, fast, very light weight, great cocking feature.....the down side is the railess bs