I too was looking for a new bow and wound up at a Mathews dealer. I have never had one I have always been a PSE man before, but I wanted to see what the hype was all about. I can tell you that after three shots with the outback I ordered one. I have been hunting and shooting for many years and have shot quite a few bows, but never one like this. I literally could not feel the bow go off in my hands, nor could I hear it. I will say they are a little pricy but I think it is worth it. There are many good bows on the market today, I would suggest going out and trying as many as you can and see what you like and what fits you the best. Personally for me it was the outback.
You may whant to take a look at a Darton mavrick the bow is very fast and very accuret
also it has a bit longer valley so you can relax a bit longer when you're waiting for you're game to get in to position for the shot
BOWTECH, they are the way to go... love mine , i had a Extreme VFT @ 70 lbs and blew through the backbone, shoulder anything i aimed at i hit, very accurate, i just got a Tribute @ 80 lbs... only bow i will ever shoot now
Hunting can be slow and frustrating if Mother Nature throws a warm hunting season at you. But things can take a drastic turn for the better with the onset of a cold snap. Whether you get snow or just a good, prolonged cold front, the hunting can improve on a dime. But cold whether can also make certain parts of the hunt more tedious. Here are some things to keep in mind when your prayers for cold weather finally pay off.
You can see a your quarry's breath when it is cold outside...