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post Jan 17 2012, 09:48 PM
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Yea the back wall felt soft to me too. Kinda reminded me of the old LX. If I got a lil lazy it was trying to take it away from me. The Outback was a little like that too.


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post Jan 19 2012, 05:16 AM
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Once you master that one wheeler you can get a big kid bow with two wheels

Oh..congrats on the new bow! smile.gif


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post Jan 21 2012, 08:42 PM
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So I orderd a new Mathews last night Mathews Helim
only problem now I have a extra Z7 that I don't need.

Cool! Always fun getting a new bow. Congrats!!


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post Jan 26 2012, 07:14 AM
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just a few more days
187 Im scared of those big kid bows smile.gif
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post Feb 5 2012, 03:41 AM
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Congrats on the new bow! I just ordered my girlfriend a helium tactical left hand with the 50 lb limbs. Can't wait till it gets in!


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post Feb 6 2012, 06:44 AM
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well where do I start my helim order fell through. turned out my nabors conection was no good so no helim for cheap. I found this out two days after I sold my Z7 blink.gif ouch
so off to shopping I went and came accross a hoyt carbon elemant 2 mounths old saved a little there shot it for the first time tonite I like It a lot. Came with a rip cord that Im not super crazy about but its ok. And a costom set of strings and cables.
So my helim turned out to be a Hoyt first time in about 15 years that I havent been shoting a mathews wink.gif Its all about the hunt.
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post Feb 6 2012, 10:03 AM
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I know what you mean. I sold my Z7 and switched to Hoyt too. Personally I didn't care much for the Helium. It was quite a bit lighter, but in my opinion, sacrificing the smothness and gaining more vibration wasn't worth it. I looked at the Carbon Element quite a bit. I ended up goin with the CRX32. I shot em both over and over side by side. I just couldn't justify spending an extra $400 on a bow that I couldn't tell was any better. I love my CRX32!!!! It's the first bow that I have absolutely loved since I had the Mathews Switchback XT. I've traded and shot a new bow every year since 2003. This will be the first bow I will hang onto for awhile. I'll probably buy new bows but the CRX32 will always have a place in the huntin room.


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post Feb 6 2012, 10:02 PM
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QUOTE(mejeremyb @ Feb 6 2012, 04:03 AM) *

I know what you mean. I sold my Z7 and switched to Hoyt too. Personally I didn't care much for the Helium. It was quite a bit lighter, but in my opinion, sacrificing the smothness and gaining more vibration wasn't worth it. I looked at the Carbon Element quite a bit. I ended up goin with the CRX32. I shot em both over and over side by side. I just couldn't justify spending an extra $400 on a bow that I couldn't tell was any better. I love my CRX32!!!! It's the first bow that I have absolutely loved since I had the Mathews Switchback XT. I've traded and shot a new bow every year since 2003. This will be the first bow I will hang onto for awhile. I'll probably buy new bows but the CRX32 will always have a place in the huntin room.

yep me too I had a q2 and when I sold It I have been on the look ever since. Bought a reezen 6.5 had it six mounths and went to a z7 witch I liked. I did have some miner problems (top yoke making noise and broken string stops on the top and bottom) but I like the hoyt alot so far.
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