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Anyone know anything about these?
I was looking to purchase a vector 32 anyone shot one of em?
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I went with the CRX35, Liked the Vectors, CRX35 just felt a little better. They were both extremely smooth with almost no aftershock. Not sure where you're located, but All American Outdoors in Strasburg has a nice selection of all the Hoyt bows.
 

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The vectors aint bad...The CRX35 swapped to the older Z3 cams would be my choice..Dont overlook the Rampage XT.Same cams,limbs and specs as the 2011 Carbon element..Just not a fancy riser and way cheaper..
 

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Had my mind set on a vector turbo until i shot it and the rampage xt both great bows but for the price of the rampage xt it is one good deal.:thumbs_up:
 

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THe vectors are good bows. A lot of people were skeptical of the 6.75 brace height and the new RKT cams. Its a very good shooting with bow with little to no shock and a very good draw cycle. I have the vector turbo for my target bow and it is a great shooting bow. Probably the best shooting 6 inch brace height bow I have ever shot.

Like brent said, All american out doors in strasburg has the full line up and is a great shop to get a bow from. Call and ask for jamie, the number is 330 878 2668
 

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This is off the subject but my daughter shot her first 11 at her first 3-D today.... It was with a Hoyt.. Ruckus on the last target...

I have heard nothing but good about the Vector Turbo.
 
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