The new cam and a half system has to be the best thing to happer to bows since the compound!! I shot it last week and was really impressed. It depends on what model you want and your ability and experiance. I am really impressed with the supertec bow, it has the spiral cam and a half and is for advanced archers but it seemed not to kick and was scorching arrows at over 330 fps. not what i would choose for a hunting bow but there are alot of other models available with this new cam.
yea the new cam and 1/2 bows shoot great they are very forgiving and quick so you don't give up speed , I bow hunt with a hoyt and hoyt only. the next bow that im going to buy is a hoyt cybertec bad little bow if you have a chance to shoot one i would highly recommend it, the feel of the bow is just great.
I just got a new 2003 Hoyt Ultra Tec cam 1/2. In one word, SWEET!!!!!!!
Forgiving, Forgiving, Forgiving
Virtually no hand shock
Quiet - I have done nothing but add my site to it and this bow is deadly quiet. My friends at the range never heard it even fire when I first shot it.
Fast - I am getting 276 fps with a Beman 340 Hunter ICS , plastic 4" fletching, 100 grain head, and the Easton nock. Thats not bad for a hunting weight arrow.
Solid wall at full draw. Love the way this bow works and shoots.
if you like the 2003 ultratec you should shoot a 06. lol. so much better. all i have to say is i own 4 and dont have anyother brand inmind. its smooth and fast. i have an 05 ultramag that im probly going to sell. its 50-60lbs and 27-29 1/2 draw. PM me if interested. also this bow is mint condition.
Every year my Pro-Staff and I head to the woods to hunt the old wise Tom. We travel thousands of miles covering numerous states hunting these old guys. Lots of times we end up hunting public lands or private property that have been hunted already. That’s the last thing you want to hear when you just traveled 6 hours that someone else has already hunted the property. We had to come up with a game plan and one real fast.
The first thing we did was ask the farmer were they usually see the birds in...