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Elite Option 6

Discussion in 'Archery' started by bmoffit, Jan 6, 2018.

  1. bmoffit

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    Looking for the good bad and ugly of this bow as I’m in the market for a new bow this year. I have not shot this bow yet but i have shot the Halon 32 and I’m leaning that way. Being left handed with the wing span of a pterodactyl it’s very difficult to walk into any bow shop and shoot There is a bow shop in my area that has this bow on sale and does have a lefty

    Just wanted some input from those that have any experience with this bow. Thanks in advance


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  2. bmoffit

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    I guess this isn’t that popular of a bow...


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    At the price they are asking against the new design most are not feeling the love, I know a lot of dealers have trouble moving them. Elite bow owners are a quirky group. If I had the coin I would be leaning towards PRIME but even they are getting stupid $$$ and I'd need a new press. You'll find more information on Archery Talk.
     
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    bmoffit, I am also a lefty and feel your pain, I don't drag my knuckles but being left handed is bad enough!
     
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    LOL. THANKS


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    Shoot it and see, what works for one doesn't always work for another. The equipment is solid, fit and finish is good too. They use Winners Choice strings which are better than most factory threads (all one parent company with Scott, CBE etc...) You may like it. It is their first go at split limbs, not sure if they had a learning curve with that. If the price is right and you can get the correct DL (I think it is a module replacement) it may be calling your name.