Changing my whole set up this year actually. Going with Viper H1000C sight, Octane Tripwire, 340 FMJ Eastons, and 100gr slick trick mags. I had a co-worker sway me over on the slick tricks. looking forward to trying them. They look very similair to a thunderhead. Ok Thats going to be my new set up on my Mathews Switchback XT
I'm going to use my alphamax 32 again,hha sight,goldtip arrows,going from slick tricks to grizz tricks this year.I have the mathews z7,I can shoot the Hoyt much better so it's going to be my backup bow .
My go-to bow this year will be a 64" Black Widow PLV longbow,[email protected] shooting Easton 2114's tipped with 125gr Magnus Stingers. I also plan on hunting with a few vintage recurves...some Brownings and a Shakespeare
I will be shooting my hoyt vtec 36" 29in draw at 62 lbs, 75 anniversairy editon. with team extream site, whisker biscuit rest. shooting easton axis arrow tiped with either g5 monotecs or 2 blade rages.
Mathews Switchback XT 29" 65 pound pull
Dead End String Stop
Mathews 2 piece quiver
HHA Sports Optimizer 5019 single pin sight
Easton A/C/C's 3-49-390
Rocky Mountain Snypers 100 Grain with 1 3/8" cut.
Just redid it this spring. Added the Deadend string stop, the harmonic stabilizer, got new string/cable and had my quiver dipped. I also modified my grip to make it smaller and thinner. Also had a tubeless peep installed as well as a string loop. Gonna take something increadible to get this bow outta my hands!!
Before I had it dipped it was all black.
Took the harmonic stabilizer out of the axion stabilizer and put it into my bow. Just swapped out the harmonic damper for the harmonic stabilizer..and yeah huge differnce in post shot vibration. When I tap the bow with my palm there is NO VIBRATION anywhere! The bow with/without the harmonic stabiler in the riser is night and day..it really is!
And lastly..a close-up of the grip I modified.
Smoothed out the side bumps and made the back of the grip square and flat.
Here is a pic of what the stock Mathews grip looks like for comparison of what I did. Love the skinny grip so much!
Oh, and I just got these last week to help light up the late evening/early morning sky!