Anyone on here have an opinion on either....
I totally agree that they have had some problems with the drenalin. That is the reason I said the Switchback. I know there are a lot of bowtech owners on here, and I know that Outcast sells them, but I have seen many bowtechs traded in for mathews, and I have a feeling ifsomeone other than Mike's carried Mathews, there would be a different tune that is sung. But it is all personal preference. I highly recommend you to shoot all the bows before purchasing one. I didnt like the bowtech's due the the break point and feel in my hand, plus at the time when I was looking, Bowtech was having a lot of problems with limbs exploding. It is all personal preference. You need to size the bow for yourself. Shorter and lighter bows are going to be less forgiving on longer shots. Don't be too caught up in IBO speeds, once you get over a certian speed, it is all the same. Pm me if you want to see or maybe shoot my switchbackDoneDeal2 (12/30/2007)Bamafan, I sent you a PM about the Trykon. Caspr, I will agree that Mathews does make a fine bow and I personally have never had a problem with them but they have had some issues in the past a little more frequent than some others. I personally like the drenalin but i dont think they have worked out all the bugs. Hoyt has an excellent limb pocket system that is hard to beat.
Limb fracture. This is what I had heard about the first models that were put out. I think mathews builds a fine bow. And dont plan on getting rid of my Switchback until it gets rid of me!chasin-tail (12/31/2007)The only problem I'm having with my Drealine is finding a place to put all the meat!!
It's 4 for 4 this year. What problems are the Drenaline bows having?