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  • king maximus
    indeed I shoot twice with this crossbow and it goes well.
  • Barney
    Im a hoyt guy and I got a 2012 hoyt Rampage xt at 28 and a half inch drawl lenght and at 60 lb dw its one of the best bows that I ever shot I shot 4 deer with it last year and it was the first time that I ever bowhunted in like 6 years so like it says get serious get hoyt but the strings fray a littel buoy but you can fix that with bow string wax.
  • LittleMan
    I'm shooting a Z7 28" draw at 60#.

MR5

With such a fast and incredible bow, which can reach speeds up to 360 fps, there isn't any time to talk! Equipped with AVS Technology, Harmonic Stabilizer, Grid Lock Riser Technology and Quad V-Lock Limb System, MR5 combines both unleashed power and extreme precision. For all those hunters and shooters who are ready to shoot such an incredibly fast and performant bow, this one is perfect.


    • Speed: 360 FPS
    • Brace height: 5"
    • Weight: 4.5 LBS
    • Draw length: 24.5" to 30"
    • Axle-to-Axle: 33"
    • Draw weight: 50 - 80 LBS
    • Let-off: 65%
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    on 27 Jan 2015


    What do you guys think about going from the 6 3/8 70 lbs z7 mag to the mr5 70 lbs? I am shooting real well with the mag, and was just thinking about getting a dual cam bow. I am just worried how noticeable the drop in brace height would be.

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