Quick review....Halon32

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  1. SCFox

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    Got my H6 32 in last night and was able to get a good start on the set up. For now, I've got a Vaportrail Limbdriver for my rest. Center shot is 3/4" and level nock. Good paper test. Very easy set up. For my sight, I'm using the MBG Pure 75, 3 pin slider. Out to the range, sighted in at 20, walked back to 30, no adjustments needed. Broad head flight to 30 yds. was spot on with a Magnus Buzzcut.

    Out of the box, AtA was spot on and cam sync was perfect. 29"@71lbs. Draw length was 1/8" long. To the chrono......3-71 ACC, 435gr total weight......300fps. 2 monkey tails and loop on the string. Also, I'm running 75% mods on this bow. Draw cycle seems to stack a little quicker than the original Halon, but very smooth transition to the wall. The additional 2"'length to the riser really settles this bow out. Nice shooting bow!!

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    Thanks for the review. Just curious how it felt after the shot for you?
     
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    thanks for the information. im gonna have to go test one out.
     
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    Leave your wallet at home :tu:
     
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    Still playin around with stabs and weight, but it feels very stable. A slight hum in the grip, but I've felt worse!

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    I have about 5 weeks until mine comes in. I'm looking forward to it! :tu:
     
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    I've shot two of them. One felt like I was holding a tuning fork. You could really feel the oscillation from the top to the bottom. The second was much better, but still had vibe in the grip. I'm hoping it will go away once all my accessories are added. I haven't ordered it yet because I can't seem to settle in on what finish I want.
     
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    Dead in the hand is one of the most attractive aspects of a bow to me...and a smooth draw. Give me those two things I'll even overlook things :biggrin:
     
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    I felt the tuning fork as well...really surprised me since I've been shooting the HTR for two years and it is absolutely dead after the shot...not a vibration anywhere. That said, I also ordered a Halon 32 hoping, by adding the accessories and replacing the upper Harmonic Dampener with a Harmonic Stabilizer, I will be able to suppress the vibrations.
     
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