What do you think of hoyt Compound bows???

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mag30079
 
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Postby mag30079 » Thu Dec 04, 2008 7:29 am

I can now say I own a Hoyt bow. I just got a 2007 Vectrix, man this thing shoots nice and fast. My other bow is a PSE and like it. This Vectrix was given to me for some work I did. All I have to do now is get a sights and rest insert. Its got a WB on it now set up for aluminum arrows, I need the cabon insert. I like the trophy ridge sights and Cabelas happen to have the matrix sight on clearance.

Christmas came early

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RE: What do you think of hoyt Compound bows???

Postby mag30079 » Thu Jan 15, 2009 7:05 am

I got my Hoyt all fixed up. I installed my sight and new rest insert. I took it to my bow tech last week and had a peep installed and served. I shot it after and it was low and to the left.
 
Today I finally got it tuned in, I'm shooting good at 10 and 20yds, coffee cup size groups. I'm going to have to wait till it gets alittle warmer out to dial in 30, 40, and 50yrds. It was -2 here is morning

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RE: What do you think of hoyt Compound bows???

Postby kribbz » Thu Jan 15, 2009 7:38 am

I shoot the lazertec.  i put a string suppressor on it and it is as quite as any other bow out there.  not the fastest but I love it. 

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RE: What do you think of hoyt Compound bows???

Postby spottedskunk » Wed Aug 05, 2009 12:34 pm

When I get all the funds for my next bow its probably going to be the new AlphaMax or Katera.

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RE: What do you think of hoyt Compound bows???

Postby MN_Prairie_Prowler » Thu Aug 06, 2009 3:47 am

I've got 05 Powertec and absolutely love it. It shoots great and super smooth. I've taken several does and a 8pt last year. The way I hunt I need a stong, reliablle bow.
 
I'm sold on Hoyt. 

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RE: What do you think of hoyt Compound bows???

Postby 69Viking » Thu Aug 06, 2009 4:33 am

I just picked up my first new to me bow over the summer. It's a 2004 Hoyt UltraSport and from what I can tell so far it's a great bow. To think it's 5+ years old and still looks and shoots great is a testament to a great product. If it continues to be good to me I can see being a Hoyt fan and shooter for a long time! I'm just excited to get out there this year and try to take my first deer with it when our season starts in mid October!

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RE: What do you think of hoyt Compound bows???

Postby Hunting Ohio » Fri Aug 14, 2009 10:11 pm

I just got me a new Hoyt Alpha Max 35 inch
and i love it feels good and shoots great.
"Cant get the big one if you dont pass the young ones"
Hunt safe and good luck!

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RE: What do you think of hoyt Compound bows???

Postby blehr621 » Thu Aug 27, 2009 2:39 pm

Picked up a turbohawk just last night. Shot it side by side with the alphamax 32 and couldn't tell the difference. My third new hoyt, definitely not my last...
You can't eat the horns, but it sure is difficult to show off your meat when you have guests over...

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RE: What do you think of hoyt Compound bows???

Postby rosonj07 » Sun Sep 20, 2009 10:12 pm

Shot all the new new bows for 2009 and nothing compares to the alphamax! If you have the money, go out and buy one! best bow for 2009

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RE: What do you think of hoyt Compound bows???

Postby MAXELM » Sun Sep 20, 2009 11:28 pm

I still shoot my 2003 MT Sport by Hoyt and it has served me well. I had it restrung last year and was able to take two deer with it. I have been very happy with my Hoyt....... 

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