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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    No not knocking it at all, just thought that was funny. No bow is hard to keep in tune as long as you have quality strings.


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    Even Bowtechs stock strings will stay in tune after the initial settling in to the cams

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    Quote Originally Posted by ontarget7 View Post
    Even Bowtechs stock strings will stay in tune after the initial settling in to the cams
    Again Shane I wasn't dissing anything bowtech. Good strings won't really stretch and octane strings are pretty good.


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    Shooting the new Obsession Lethal Force. Wow, it's the real deal.

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    upgrading every year just doesnt make much sense to me. would be nice but cant justify paying top dollar for anything. wait a year and save hundreds of dollars. that new hoyt has been tempting me though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivorytip View Post
    upgrading every year just doesnt make much sense to me. would be nice but cant justify paying top dollar for anything. wait a year and save hundreds of dollars. that new hoyt has been tempting me though....
    I agree with you IT....I did that this year and it hurt my pocket pretty good lol. I'm still trying to bounce back from it. And, to add to my pain, my Spyder Turbo still hasn't arrived yet and I ordered it in Dec.
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    what a great bow! i was shooting the spyder last night and the thing sells its self, no salesman needed. think i may be leaning towards the pse dna...

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    It is no doubt! I shot the model the Hoyt dealer brought with him. At the time I was leaning towards the Mathews Chill. I actually liked the feel of that bow alot....but once I shot the Spyder it was game over lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Backcountry Stalker View Post
    It is no doubt! I shot the model the Hoyt dealer brought with him. At the time I was leaning towards the Mathews Chill. I actually liked the feel of that bow alot....but once I shot the Spyder it was game over lol!
    Lets us know how you like it when you get it.

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    My new Mathews Chill should be here any day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natree81 View Post
    Lets us know how you like it when you get it.
    Sure thing...I totally intend too
    Quote Originally Posted by jenbickel View Post
    My new Mathews Chill should be here any day!
    Jen, choosing between the Chill & the Spyder Turbo was the HARDEST decision I've every had to make when it comes to choosing a bow for myself. I've been shooting bows off & on for a nice portion of my life and never owned anything but a Hoyt....but the Chill really had me second guessing...ALOT! lol
    Last edited by Backcountry Stalker; 02-11-2013 at 06:40 AM.
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