I don't own or have never shot one but, the X-Force HF series look like they would be well worth looking at. Very nice riser design. Not familiar with the cams. My only concern would be the forgiveness of the bow. How sensitive are they to a not so perfect release.
Have not seen the bow you are talking about. I have owned a few PSE's through the years and every one of them was a great bow. Even though my main bow right now is a High Country I would not hesitate getting another PSE, they have always been a good solid company.
Just curious, if anybody out there owns or has experience with an x-force and what they think....
I purchased an X-force about two months ago. I traded up from an old PSE Mach 6 which I bought sometime in the mid 90's. It is smokin' fast, nearly vibration free and I shot a five arrow 1 inch group at 20 yards right out of the box. It's a great bow, and I can't wait to see how I do with my bull elk tag in Arizona unit 27 in September.
its a good bow. it does have a bit of a stiff draw but still not to terribly bad. just make sure you keep good back tension cause if you ease up just a tiny bit that bow wants to go and go fast! lol id also ad an STS or other similar type of string suppressor. they work great on those bows.
I have been shooting my bow for a few days now,,, Wow!! what a great bow. I got the ss model and it is going to be a pleasure shooting this in a tree stand next week.
This is the best shooting out of the box bow I have had yet..
Moose calling can get confusing to some, but cow calling is your main tool when moose hunting. If you go out and buy moose calls I would say you're wasting your money unless it is the birch bark cone. I find most store bought moose calls sounding worse than puffing a grunt your hands to make the call. You can roll up a piece of birch bark in a cone shape to use as a call and spend your money on a video that teaches you the basics of a cow call. A milk jug or a coffee can with a hole and a rope...