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    Polecatmasten is offline Senior Member Semi-Hardcore
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    I bought a Hoyt because of the local shop had a guy that really knew bows.. He has since retired
    Mathews bows have always caught my eye, so I think I'm gonna buy one
    My old havactec is 12 years old.. She's been a good one, and there is a spot on the wall for her
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    They all make good trucks , they all make good bows )
    They start making one that will put 4 1/2 year old 170s in front of me all the time .. I may buy some stock


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    Just Passin thru is offline Senior Member Grizzled Veteran
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    I'm excited to see what they have come out with but I'm a bowtech guy. Love my Experience.

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    This may be a dumb question but will the bows be for sale tomorrow or are they just releasing the latest models? I ask bc I need to get my peep fixed but I don't wanna go if the shop is gonna be super busy tomorrow..
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    navy_bowhunter is offline Senior Member Weekend Warrior
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    Anyone impressed with the new mathews? I know I'm not too impressed. I think I'm going to go with the 2013 Creed or HeliM.

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    The Creed and Chill R - ... No change here for the 5, so I remain content.

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    I think the creed xs looks pretty nice, but im sure it's not much different than the creed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twmessmer View Post
    I think the creed xs looks pretty nice, but im sure it's not much different than the creed.
    I agree it looks pretty sweet and I like the shorter ATA, but not feeling the reduction in speed. As for the Chill R, like the speed gain, but I am a guy that likes a shorter rather than longer ATA not sure how I'd feel about the 33" ATA length. Looking forward to shooting them though and seeing for myself, but as of now I think I'm sticking with my Heli-m. I was expecting more out of Mathews and am not too impressed. I think next year will be a good year.
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    I can't say that I expected more. I absolutely have an all out love affair with my bow and really enjoy shooting it as much as time will allow, Mr. McPherson knows the product is solid and what is needed. ... they simply have a great, smooth, hard hitting bow line that...well,..works when you ask it to.

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    I was really thinking about getting a new bow this year because I am still shooting my Helim but to be honest I think I still like it better then this years and last years options. Guess I will just wait another year.
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    Bowtech almost a Mathews ? Think its the other way around. Mathews solo cam bows that have timing issues with knock point where as Bowtech has Overdrive binary cams and cable strings that are mirror images of each other with no timing issues. Yet to see many Mathews bows actually get their bows to there so called IBO speeds.

    Mathews keeps coming out with just little modifications every year with no Innovation. So they made a smaller Creed with a
    28 in ata wow that's a lot there !!!! Sorry to disappoint but Mathews is no more than a NAME!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowhunter_IL_BT View Post
    Bowtech almost a Mathews ? Think its the other way around. Mathews solo cam bows that have timing issues with knock point where as Bowtech has Overdrive binary cams and cable strings that are mirror images of each other with no timing issues. Yet to see many Mathews bows actually get their bows to there so called IBO speeds.

    Mathews keeps coming out with just little modifications every year with no Innovation. So they made a smaller Creed with a
    28 in ata wow that's a lot there !!!! Sorry to disappoint but Mathews is no more than a NAME!

    Do not be sorry, there is absolutely no trace of disappointment.

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    Im pretty disappointed that they just made small changes to last years creed and chill. Still great bows none the less but was hoping for something different to hit the market..
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