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2014 hoyts

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Re: 2014 hoyts

You getting one?
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They missed it IMO.
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It hard to hit it these days. There really isn't much that can be improved on in big leaps and bounds.The bow market has been slowing the past few years.
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It hard to hit it these days. There really isn't much that can be improved on in big leaps and bounds.The bow market has been slowing the past few years.
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It hard to hit it these days. There really isn't much that can be improved on in big leaps and bounds.The bow market has been slowing the past few years.
Agreed.
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Re: 2014 hoyts

+2. That's the reason I still have my 2006 Hoyt Trykon. IMO, the advent of parallel limbs by the various manufacturers pretty much ended the technological jumps. I try new bows every year they come out and see no significant advantages...just small, insignificant subtleties. E.g. small cam profile changes (which are very subjective because as many don't like the new cams as do), lose several ounces of weight, have a different camo pattern, change a grip a bit, etc.
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Re: 2014 hoyts

I have had great success with Hoyt bows. As usual, they dumped a technology after 2 years. The RKT cam is now only on the Spyder 30. Personally, I think the RKT cam was the easiest to fine tune. I guess I'll have to shoot the new Z5 cam and see. I know the Z3 cam on my old Katera XL was very smooth.

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