Mostly TRUE, IMHO. Especially if "works just as good" only means the lethality of the gear. Ease of shooting, comfort in shooting, "Joy" of shooting... that is where the "pop/price" starts to spread the pack out. No doubt, all the years I shot a PSE that the bows shot well, killed lots of animals and were SCREAMING fast. Then I picked up the G5... oh man what a difference! Had always shot Hoyt's off and on, same thing, huge difference in ease of tuning/shooting/joy of shooting. I think the same would be true of Elite, Athens.... there are a lot of great bows out there and I suppose it is personal preference to a degree, but when you find something you LOVE to shoot, you WILL shoot. The more you DO shoot, the better shot you ARE. The money starts to mean less and less at that point.
Originally Posted by ivorytip
I shot an Elite z28 for several years and it was my all-time favorite bow. Switched to an Alphamax 32 4 or 5 months ago and can honestly say it's a great shooter (not quite as smooth as the z28 though I don't know if anything is) and I picked up some speed so those 50-70 yard shots are a little easier to dial in.
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