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Thread: Elite Energy 32 vs Mathews Creed XS vs Hoyt Carbon Spyder

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    Respected Member Ten Point Stag chappy's Avatar
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    Between the Hoyt Faktor and E32 to me. Haven't decided yet.
    I hope that someday we will be able to put away our fears and prejudices and just laugh at people.
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    Cant you 2 32'S for the same price as Hoyt?
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    Just waiting for my Energy 35 to arrive, can't wait..... lots of great reviews on this bow.
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    Lots of great reviews on the E 32 and E35. We are lucky that there are so many good bow companies out there pushing each other to make better and better bows

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    Slayer, the E35 is the among the best bows out.....if not THE best! I've never shot a bow that holds as well on target. The bow has me thinking about trying 3D and target archery.
    I just called a local bow shop that has a 3D range to find out when it will be available for shooting. When I told him what bow I was shooting, he said that his shop had just become an Elite Dealer. It's nice to see the company grow, as well as see high-quality bow shops picking up Elite.
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    Good to hear TheNewGuy, my local archery shop also just started carrying Elite.... I went in to get my string checked on my Martin, and got a pleasant surprise when he told me he carried Elite now.... I walked out without my Martin, and picking up my E35 tomorrow morning..... gonna be awesome.
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    Here`s my new E35......
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    Just sold my 2013 Mathews Creed to purchase a 2013 Elite Hunter. Elites are by far the best bows I have had a chance to put my hands on. The Elite is better in every aspect except weight. Not that the Creed was a bad bow, in fact a very nice bow but the Hunter is better. I would assume (you know what they say) that the Energy 32 is even better. The Elite felt better on the draw, hold on target, balance and the back wall. Not to mention Cerakote finsh and Winners choice strings. I have shot nothing but Mathews (DXT, Reezen 7.0, Creed) till NOW!!!

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    My wife was having her Mission crossbow worked on the other day so I decided to shoot the New Chill X out.
    Let me tell you Elite has nothing to worry about. The bow held good and was completely dead after the shot but the draw cycle is not anything I would want.

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    Love Elite. ia m shooting a 2013 Hunter in Ninja Black

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