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Went to the bow shop tonight to pick up a bow sling for our boy for Christmas and they had got some new bows in. My hubby shot the new pse evo and I think he fell in love. His eyes were all lit up after he shot it. Its a little more than we were planning on spending but he said it felt awesome to shoot. He's usually a Mathews guy so we don't know alot about pse. Does anyone know any thing about this bow? Good? Bad?
 

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YES!

I can only speak from personal experience and preferences but its my opinion the PSE makes the best bows, period.
Their bows and their customer support are top notch. The quality of their product speaks for itself and if their ever is a problem, you can be assured pse will make you a satisfied customer. Many manufacturers leave you high and dry after the purchase. But not pse. I have heard of them replacing an out of date bow with a brand new one in instances they could not remedy the issue. They replaced a set of cams on one of my bows without any hesitation because of an issue with the existing cams.
Yeah, the evo is a pricey bow, but you are gettting more than just a bow. You wont realize it till you need it but you are getting a support team dedicated to your satisfaction.

The pse evo in my opinion is the best bow pse offers to date. The omen is the flagship bow but lacks in comparison to the evo in that is draw length specific.
 

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Mathews and Hoyt probably make some of the very best stuff out there, however, do you have to spend that kind of money to have a really good bow NO! I've had 2 PSE bows a long time ago and they were fine for the money spent. That's all I know about them and what I read in the news.
 

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Hubby came home with it the other night and it is awesome. I really like the place where he got it. They are very helpful and the prices are the best. its nice to have a place like that. They were letting our boy shoot his bow while we looked at other stuff n they were giving him tips to help him out.
 

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Congrats to the ol man on the new bow , can't go wrong slinging sticks, been doing it well before firearms came along. :pickle:
 
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