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To me the 6 point is a lower end bow,they do make a recurve limb in the 6 point series,both are made by the same company.Go to tenpoint.com and you can compare them.
 

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The biggest difference is the stock. The six point has a forearm that attaches to the barrel, the ten point is a full length stock. You will feel a little more vibration with the six point at the forearm.
 

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arrowhead said:
The biggest difference is the stock. The six point has a forearm that attaches to the barrel, the ten point is a full length stock. You will feel a little more vibration with the six point at the forearm.
Pretty much it. Great bows all the way around but the TenPoint series will feel a bit more "solid".
 
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