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Offline bare_trax

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which one..............?
« on: March 22, 2006, 01:15:50 AM »
What would you choose. The Matthews Switchback XT..............or the Hoyt Trykon. Both are about the same fps. Axle to axle they  are comparable. Difference in price seems to be about $ 150. higher for the Hoyt. I've never owned either brand, so I am curious. I'm shooting a Martin Jaguar at the present time, and its been a good bow. Survey says................................
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Re: which one..............?
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2006, 08:16:08 AM »
The Matthews Switchback XT or the Hoyt Trykon?

Personally, I would get the Switchback.  I have nothing against Hoyt, I just think you are paying that extra $150.00 for their name.

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Offline allen

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Re: which one..............?
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2006, 06:30:04 PM »
the switchback is nice sooth and no shock when the bow goes off,  just like the hoyt.  i feel your getting a better quality bow with the hoyt,  triax limb pockets and a life time warranty.  both bows you can't adjust draw length,  you have to buy the correct draw  i like the camo better on the  hoyts.  technical support is great with hoyt, not sure about mathews.  how much was it for the switchback?  the store that i shoot for i can get them both for the same price.  try shooting them both see what you like if it were me i'd have to go with the hoyt.

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Re: which one..............?
« Reply #3 on: April 04, 2006, 09:57:48 AM »
the switchback is nice sooth and no shock when the bow goes off,  just like the hoyt.  i feel your getting a better quality bow with the hoyt,  triax limb pockets and a life time warranty.  both bows you can't adjust draw length,  you have to buy the correct draw  i like the camo better on the  hoyts.  technical support is great with hoyt, not sure about mathews.  how much was it for the switchback?  the store that i shoot for i can get them both for the same price.  try shooting them both see what you like if it were me i'd have to go with the hoyt.

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