- Bow Hunting
|Spenser ||10-24-2011 05:18 PM |
Bows, mathews z7x or hoyt maxxis
I don't know if i should trade in my Mathews for a Hoyt, the Mathews is just so heavy, and the Hoyt is super light, let me know which one you think will be the best.
|timberghost ||10-24-2011 06:07 PM |
Sorry I have no clue but you will get a ton of mixed comments in regards to your question. I know there are many Mathews and Hoyt fans on here.
|Hunting Man ||10-24-2011 07:16 PM |
Flip a coin. I see neither being that better over each other. I loved my Mathews.
|on_the_fly ||10-24-2011 08:57 PM |
I say stop buying a name and go to a shop that will let you shot and see witch one feels good to your body's form !! Not all shops will let you shoot but some will do some checking, well worth it if your going to shell out 800 bucks on a new bow.
|okla_bowhunter ||10-24-2011 10:12 PM |
I would DEFINATELY find a bow shop that will let you shoot several bows side by side. My money says you would be surprised what bow you pick if you could draw back blind folded lol. There are SO many great bows out there. I have only had Mathews, only shot one other, a martin cougar. So im a little biased :lol:
|Hunting Man ||10-24-2011 10:36 PM |
Bass pro shops have always been very good at setting up bows to shoot in their range.
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