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tineseeker

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Im thinking about selling my MQ1 and upgrading to a Bowtech allegence. Can any one who has shot a new Bowtech and a top end Mathews or Hoyt give me any insite on what they found when test shopping for the best bow out there (Pros/Cons)

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moosehunter

PMA Member
OH OH. Another Ford vs Chevy post. They're both high end bows. From what I've read and heard, the Bowtech is faster and the Mathews is quieter.
 

treerat

Active Member
I shot both the Outback and Allegiance this spring before I decided to buy the outback. They were both a pleasure to shoot and I don't think you can go wrong with either one. Some will say Bowtech's strings are better (less likely to stretch) but I simply decided to buy from the bowtech dealer who has helped me put with my other bows in past years. Good luck and enjoy making the decision!
 

Skully

PMA Member
I will have to agree that Fords are noisy, But I've never head of them being fast!!!
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teeroy

Life Member
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I will have to agree that Fords are noisy, But I've never head of them being fast!!!

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must not have heard of Jack Rousch?

i shot the outback, switchback and allegiance. the mathews were a bit smoother on the draw, but the bowtech has the speed and power. mathews might have been a bit quieter, but a slower bow would be easier to quiet. handshock and vibration after the shot were both pretty close. bowtech is supposed to have better strings.
bottom line, is shoot them both, you can't go wrong with either one..........but the bowtech is better
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Bingo529

New Member
Why is ti that when someone talkes about a couple of quality bows someone has to ruin it by throwing a Hoyt in the mix?????
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nicerack

New Member
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aren't ferraris over priced and WAAAAYY over rated??



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...and tiny and insignificant????

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Rackaddict

Life Member
If there's a Pro shop in your area that is carrying ROSS bows you might want to try one of them as well. They are getting some fabulous reviews. I'm still waiting to try one out myself.
 
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