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Anyone jump on any of the new bows offered for 2021?

Here’s mine:
Mathews V3 27” set at 66lbs and 27” draw
Easton Axis 340’s with 75 grains of brass and Annihilator Broadhead = 458 grains
Axcel Accutouch HD 3 pin
Mathews Q Lite Quiver
Ultraview Bee Real Grip
Shrewd Atlas V Bar mount
Mathews Flatline stabilizers

 

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Very nice. Gotta love the black and green.

My Vertix treated me well, but it was time for an all new fully set up bow as previously it was new bow and recycled parts.
 

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Anyone jump on any of the new bows offered for 2021?

Here’s mine:
Mathews V3 27” set at 66lbs and 27” draw
Easton Axis 340’s with 75 grains of brass and Annihilator Broadhead = 45
Axcel Accutouch HD 3 pin
Mathews Q Lite Quiver
Ultraview Bee Real Grip
Shrewd Atlas V Bar mount
Mathews Flatline stabilizers
The bee real grip make any marked difference?
 

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The bee real grip make any marked difference?

I love the fatter back to it as it forces me to be more aware of even hand pressure and ensure I’m pushing with my entire bow hand. With the Mathews Engage grip I found too much top pressure so that my miss was always high. I don’t have that issue with the Bee Real. The larger finger shelf is also reassuring to ensure I leave the woods with all 10 fingers in tact.
 

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Looking at getting the new Mathews as well this season! Been running the extreme z7 bow for years now and time to try a new one!
 

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Looking at getting the new Mathews as well this season! Been running the extreme z7 bow for years now and time to try a new one!
That’s a great bow. And too funny that one of my friends still uses it for 3D, and consistently puts me to shame.
 

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That’s a great bow. And too funny that one of my friends still uses it for 3D, and consistently puts me to shame.

oh not looking to get rid of it, but would love to try the newest Mathews. I’ve shot a bunch of hoyt’s, a handful of elites, a couple pse and a few Mathews and I just love the way they feel
 

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I just ordered the Bowtech Solution today in FDE. The V3 was close on my final downselect, but the smooth draw cycle of the Bowtech won me over. It reminds me of a really good bolt action. Accessories and delivery TBD. I will update when it is setup.
 

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I’ll be sticking with my PSE MACH 1. I may add the expedite NXT. Not 100% sure yet.
 

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I need to get rid of a Bowtech and a Prime from a couple years ago before I buy another new bow. :) It is nice to try new bows each year, but the "last years" bows are still hanging around.
 

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I still have a PSE DNA from 2014 with the core cams I won’t get rid of. Nothing will replace that bow.
 

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Undecided if a new bows is in my near future. Still putting meat in the freezer with my 2013 Bowtech Insanity CPX. 73# 28in draw 415gn arrow at 300fps. Until I see something that significantly puts me at that next level I'll Stick with old faithful. I am changing from black and red vapor trail strings to black and silver.
 

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I spend too much on rifle crap to be "allowed" to buy another bow. I'm still rocking my 2014 Hoyt Charger! It's been a great bow and is still getting it done.
 

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I'm still shooting my Mathews Helium. Wouldn't mind getting a new bow, but just as Rich stated, it's still doing the job, AND the rifle bug bit me bad.
 

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You have much larger deer than we do in Virginia. Killed this buck in 2007 with a old High Country Carbon 4 Runner2007.3.jpg

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Awesome deer. Honestly, I will probably shoot this bow for another 5 years. While I love bow hunting, I'm completely satisfied with a bow that works well, regardless of its age. Rifles on the other hand, always keep me chasing the latest and greatest. Just how I'm wired I guess.
 

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I actually went away from a heavy helical on my vanes as I kept on shooting them off or shooting through them. Only 1 degree as opposed to 3 now and much less chance (or I’m a worse shot) of hitting them.
 
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As a Hoyt guy they have not done anything to make me jump ship from my old trusty RX-1 as far as weight and preferred ATA. I thought this year might be the year I would go new, but the weight of the RX-5 turned me off. Decided to spruce up old trusty. I am also with OSOK-Crash, rifles & reloading eat up the fun funds pretty quick.
 

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I'm switching things up a little this year too. While it's not the 2021 V3, Eastmans' Bowhunting Journal sent me a new VXR a couple months ago for submitting my muskox article. I finally got around to setting it up a few days ago with Hamskea Hybrid Hunter Pro rest and a Fast Eddie XL. The bow shoots amazing and it has me dreaming about Spring bear season. I've got it set at 75lbs with a 29.5" DL.
 
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I'm switching things up a little this year too. While it's not the 2021 V3, Eastmans' Bowhunting Journal sent me a new VXR a couple months ago for submitting my muskox article. I finally got around to setting it up a few days ago with Hamskea Hybrid Hunter Pro rest and a Fast Eddie XL. The bow shoots like a dream and it has me dreaming about Spring bear season. I've got it set at 75lbs with a 29.5" DL.
That's a great setup, and always love hearing about others getting "unexpected gifts" for submitting great information. Congrats and enjoy it!!
 

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I decided to get a New bow this year.
Hoping to draw a long awaited tag.
Ordered a Bowtech Solution SS.
Should be here this week. Excited for this one. Really comfortable bow to draw & shoot.
 

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The Insanity is back home with new VaporTrail strings. I have always done red and black but this time I went with silver and black. I think I like the silver and black. Do ya think the deer will notice? Ha Ha! Just in time for Turkey season.IMG_20210401_153130227.jpg

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It always amazes me when you love your bow, and then put new strings on it and it is the honeymoon period all over again. Very nice. Now go and get you some spurs!!
 

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We'll earlier in this thread I said I was gonna just get new strings. Just a follow up as that's exactly what I did. Did sling a few arrows and the honey moon is over! My butt is out of practice, ok to 40 yds but after, not today!

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I went with the new X33 from Xpedition. I really loved the feel of the draw cycle. I also noticed that the speed didnt fall off as much when going to heavier arrows as other bows.
The riser is made of a new material called Xaloy. It is a magnesium aluminum and carbon composite. It is as light as carbon but stiffer.
It is a comfortable missile launcher putting them out there.
500 gr arrow
28" draw
288fps


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