Discussion in 'Bowhunt or Die® - Web Show' started by LSU327, Jun 30, 2014.
Good thing you're a landscaper and not a professional writer.
Creed Tactical, Nap Apache rest, Pine Ridge Nitro Stab, HHA Optimizer Lite Ultra sight, CX Maxima Reds, NAP Killzone 100 gr.
Hey thanks, it was others on here that inspired me to build mine. You can to, just do little by little!
This year I will shoot the new Mathews Creed XS, 70#, 28 in draw. I certainly enjoyed my Z7 Extreme but was sold with the size and weight difference on the Creed XS. It feels solid and perfect in my hands all the way around. I just added the new Mathews 3 place quiver and am certainly impressed with the compact and unique design and size. My arrows are Carbon Express, Maxima Reds, 350"s. NAP stabilizer and NAP 100 grain Killzones. I also shoot with a peep and kisser. My current sight is a Trophy Ridge React, 5 pin but am looking at trying out the HHA single pin. This would be something totally new for me. I have to say this is probably the best set up that I have ever shot in my 39 years of bowhunting. I can't wait to try it out on a big Northern Wisconsin buck this Fall. Good luck to you and BHOD!!!
I will be shooting the Creed XS 28inch 70lb like many others on here, I liked the longer brace height and shorter axle to axle compared to the chill.. I have it set up with a 2 inch HHA optimizer .01 fiber sight. Pine Ridge Sawtooth stabilizer and a NAP Apache micro arrow rest. I will ether be shooting the Carbon Express Reds or Blues depending on which one flies better with fixed blade 100 grain Thunderheads.. I also use a New Dawn quiver that I take off wile in the tree stand...
Thanks all for sharing this has been very interesting to follow.
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Would it be worth upgrading from the Heli-m to the Creed? Or is the Chill-R better?......personal preference????
Chill x or the chill r and buy the rock mods for it
Mathews Chill X
NAP Carbon apache
Pine ridge stab
CX Maxima Hunters
It's always personal preference. They'll all kill stuff just fine so it boils down to which one fits your needs and feels the best when you shoot it. Go to your local shop and shoot as many as you can. If you end up liking it so much you can't put it down then buy one.
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