Not much quieter than many conventional limbs but vibration is much reduced due to the parallel limbs.NiceRack! said:How loud are they? Do they cock easily?
How often do you replace the center serving? More often than the "every other year" of a compound bow? Based on time or number of shots?dpms said:There does not seem to be any inherent issues with limbs on reverse draw bows. Only issue is a bit faster center serving wear and separation because of the very acute string angle when cocked.
Really depends on the bow, string angle, quality of the serving and down pressure on the rail. Some bows can get a couple hundred shots before the center serving needs replaced. Others can go over a thousand.UncleRev said:How often do you replace the center serving? More often than the "every other year" of a compound bow? Based on time or number of shots?
Look at the Horton Storm as well with Dead Sledd cocking option. Better bow, IMO.(I'm considering taking a look at the Barnett Vengeance 2 -- if I can ever find one in a store! -- but not sold just yet on paying big bucks for a crossbow...)
2016 version?Majik Man said:Yep dpms, I'm picking up my Horton Storm on Thursday.
That is no problem for Arrowhead. Whatever fletching you want he will do. Lumenok does not make Omni style nocks but TenPoints makes lighted Omni Nocks which Arrowhead carries.Majik Man said:Awsome. I was hopeing to find someone who can make me up a dozen bolts with all white veins and nocks. maybe even a couple bolts with luminocks.... hard to find since my bolts have to be 20inch with Omni-nocks...