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Went to the expo on Friday not expecting to spend much wanted to buy one of the copper suits mrex was selling, but was told camo was comming soon so I waited. Round the archery section. And had wife try new Mathews jewel. She loved it. So we bought it. Then she said you might as well get the new heli m for yourself. So I got it while I had the green light. So now I have a Mathews switchback xt and a Mathews fx2 for sale. Anyone hAve any recommendations on arrow rest. I currently am using a trophy taker drop away on my switch back. But was thinking of trying the ripcord rest. I also need to investigate on a new sight.
 

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Congrats on the new bow. Good luck with it.

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I would recommend the Trophy Taker Smackdown Full containment ..It can be configured to be bottom limb driven..An it has that bullet proof quality your used to with Trophy Taker..
 

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Who's release are you going to use with your new bow? I'm using one of the Scott models. It's very smooth and sensitive to the touch.

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Any pictures and prices of the two you are trying to sell?

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The switchback I sold in 1 day. The fx2. I am selling for 200 or best offer. It is adjustable from 26-27" in 1/2 inch increments. Poundage is from 35-50. Shoots excellent very smooth. My wife has killed 3 bucks in 5 yrs with this bow. I can send pics if anyone is interested. Would make great bow for a teen age boy or woman. Thanks for the comments guys.
 
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