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Old 03-19-2010, 07:49 PM
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Anynone have one of these bows? Today I was at Cabelas, and even tho I am not in the market for a new bow, I went over just to see what they had. I picked one of these up,and man did it feel great in my hands. At the time, I thought it was a PSE X-Forse Dream season. But they were only asking $599 for just the bow, and I thought that was kind of cheap for an X-Force. I looked when I got home, and the X-Force sells for $950. Does anyone know the difference between these 2 bows? Is the Bow Madness a good bow?
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Old 03-19-2010, 10:45 PM
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I purchased a PSE Bow Madness back in January. I went into the shop wanting a Hoyt Turbohawk but after shooting the Turbohawk, I picked up the Bow Madness and after shooting the Madness I was sold. Like you mentioned it feels great in the hands and is super light, fast, and smooth. The Madness I purchased was on sale for $ 525 and I feel like I got a great deal. As far as the X-Force I can't tell you much in comparison to the Bow Madness, but I can tell you I love my Bow Madness and think it would be pretty hard to beat considering the quality and the price. In my opinion it is a great bow and is one I would recommend anybody who is in the market to at least test shoot.
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Old 03-20-2010, 04:00 PM
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I can't give you any info on the Bow Madness, but I bought a PSE X Force in 08. I bought the tree stand model, and it was 699.00. The X Force that had the Dream Season emblom on it was 80 or 90 dollars more. Needless to say I didn't pay for the emblom, but I love the bow I bought.
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Old 03-20-2010, 05:39 PM
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I own that bow
It is very light and small(or the xs is)
I would defintily recomend it
The limbs are very small
which makes it very good for treestands and blinds.
Its sight is okay and the rest(wisker biscuit)
is second to none.
Definitly a good buy/
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Old 03-20-2010, 07:14 PM
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I got a PSE brute its sweet, it is also affordable.
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