Hoyt Magnatec ZR 200 Compound Bow
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Reviewed by: Mark
If your looking to get into bow hunting and do not want to spend a lot of money be sure and look for a used Hoyt ZR200. I’ve had mine since they came out and cannot complain a bit.
Draw length is adjustable so your not dealing with a cam purchase like you do with a mathews when you first pick up a used one. They shoot quick and are not too noisy.
I had mine set on 61 lbs and it was shooting about 270 fps. Which is plenty fast enough for any whitetail deer. Crank it up to 70 lbs and it would be much quicker than the 270 fps.
Nothing has broke on mine and all I have had done is the string retwisted. The bow has held up well over the years.
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