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Question by kswaterfowl. Uploaded on July 07, 2009
I shot the PSE xforce last year when I was shopping for a bow. The shop told me that they always tite lock all the screws and bolts on the PSE bows that shoot that fast because they tend to wiggle loose. Just an FYI, don't know much about that particular bow, I ended up going with the Mathews because it shot smoother, slower, but smoother. It was real close between that one and the PSE.
Looked at PSE before buying my Mathews and was not impressed. Fit and finish is better on Mathews. They are also very smooth. With modern rangefinders Speed is not as important as being smooth and quiet. I went from PSE to Hoyt then to Mathews. Unlike with the others, I never had a deer jump the string with my Switchback XT.
they have said it all i have had 7 bows and after i got my frist mathews nothing else comes close .your not buying the name eithier you are buy quality that works on the 3d range or the feild . as far as slower they are not any more take a look at the new beast it rocks
I think the Stinger is a good choice, but you should shoot it before you buy it and make sure it fits you.
it is a good bow . I agree with hjohn429.
I am a new owner of a PSE Stinger and it is my second compound bow. Any bow that I bought would of been a dramatic upgrade from my last bow bought as a teen about 13 years ago! The Stinger was the best feeling, most quiet, and affordable bow I handled. Reviews across the board seemed to be A+ for the Stinger. I didn't like the Bear models is similar price range, they seemed more like a plastic downgrade of more expensive models (that I personally still didn't like). The PSE Stinger set up at 60lbs, 3-5 pin sight, and whisker biscuit is perfect for the bow hunter and myself! I think the Stinger is more than quiet enough, light, easy to draw, and easy to keep drawn. On my first day with it out of the box I was grouping arrows in a 5 inch diameter at 10 and 20 yards. What else can you ask for!
Agreed with Del in KS and + 1 for you sir!!!
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