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    Which do you prefer? I have shot both the parallel limb design and the more traditonal style and for me thier is no comparison, Parallel limbs win hands down.

  • #2
    love my bowtech

    parallel limbs easy....
    Bow hunters do it with longer shafts

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    • #3
      Parrallel for sure!

      I had a Mathews classic with traditional limbs and now I have a Switchback XT. That thing is like shooting a toy compared to my old classic. Smooth as butter!
      IF GUNS KILL PEOPLE THEN CAN I BLAME MY PENCIL FOR MISSPELLED WORDS?

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      • #4
        I also agree with the parallel limbs.I have the Mathews Switchback xt .Sweet to shoot .

        RR
        Practice does not make perfect !!!!!
        Perfect Practice makes perfect !!!!!!!!!!


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        • #5
          parallel limbs!

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          • #6
            hmmm

            The choice would be which ever one I shot that felt the best to me. Im pretty tall and at times the REALLY parallel limb bows dont feel good. The tribute by bowtech shoots nice, but doesnt feel right to me. Just too short. But overall I think parallel is probably a little better. I like bows 34-38" ATA and with a nice narrow grip. Then I see how smooth they draw and how well I hold em on target. Thats what I look for.

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            • #7
              My Lx shoots sweet and does not have the extreme parallel limbs such as the Xt..I think that too much parallel would lower the bows dynamic effciency
              Hoyt Katera XL toughest Bow Going

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