Personally I don't see enough of a difference between this company or that company to say one is a lot better than the other,
Espacially when you calculate in the high costs to own some of the top brand name models.
I think all of them are great weapons, they all work well enough to kill game animals, deer, bear, elk, etc, etc, etc...
Whether it's a 400 dollar bow setup or a 3,000 dollar setup, it all boils down to the hunter practicing enough to be sucessful with it.
yeah i agree i am a mathews guy. my first bow was a martin cougar pro that was a decade or so old, then a mathews solocam zmax. i loved it so much when i was forced to replace it, i got another one the exact same model. ( couldnt afford the newer one anyway lol)
an arrow thrown from your matthews couldnt catch up ickle:with my arrow if it had a high speed rail ticket all manufactures are all pretty close but i would buy a bowtech or hoyt over a slow dog matthews anyday but you gota givem credit they own the advertising circuit
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