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    Mathews z extreme 60lb

    Shot lots of goats/bunnies/turkeys with it but still chasing the first deer. Fired arrows over and under them though so can't be too far away. .....
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    Not new but new for me.

    Mathews Monster
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    Ping-Ping and Pew-Pew.
    Mathews Monster 28" @ 60#. X-Bolt .308

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    Just bought a Bear Agenda 34, pictures to follow after set up

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    PSE surge set at 70 pounds 28" Draw shoting 29" arrows currently in the shop getting new string and QAD fallaway rest an be moving to single pin trophy ridge sight
    post betta pics when get it back with upgrades

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    My new PSE Carbon Air ECS32. I had it restrung by Advanced Archery, and the arrows refletched to match.
    61 pound DW, 29in DL, Hamskea drop away rest, IQ sight, and a Trufire wrist release.
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    Looks bloody good

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    Thanks man. She shoots like a dream; the draw cycle ramps up really hard and took a little getting used to, but the back wall is rock solid, and it's super light.
    Pretty happy with it.
    I wanna get new limb dampers and get rid of the little red bits, and get the red off the arrow shafts.

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    Bowtech Reign 6 set at 65lbs, I recently switched arrows to Gold Tip Hunter XT's totalling about 510grs. That's about my best effort to date shooting it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obsidian View Post
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    My new PSE Carbon Air ECS32. I had it restrung by Advanced Archery, and the arrows refletched to match.
    61 pound DW, 29in DL, Hamskea drop away rest, IQ sight, and a Trufire wrist release.
    How are the new strings going? I was going to get some new strings from AA this summer...

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    Your Bowtech looks nice man.
    Yeah the new strings are great. It came with red strings originally which looked hideous.
    What distance are you shooting at in the photo?

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    That's at 40 yards (36m) which is about as far as I have shot out to. I need to get the sight tape only my sight sorted when I have time.

    How do you find the overall weight with the carbon riser?

    When I've got the quiver full of arrows on the Reign it feels pretty heavy - apparently a heavier bow holds on target steadier(?) but I've never tried anything else to be able to tell

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    That's pretty impressive at that distance, imo. I can get max 15 meters across my front yard at home and my groupings are about the same as yours at 36, haha.
    My carbon air is super light. I'm new to archery and don't have much to go off of, but the people at Advanced Archery also commented on how light it is, so I'll take that as confirmation.
    Couldn't say if a heavy bow holds steadier, but it certainly reduces fatigue.
    My first bow is that EK Archery Research piece of junk shown in the first photo, that thing weighs a ton by comparison. But, it was cheap, and it got me back into archery (I had a bow about 15 years ago).

 

 

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