Like every new bow it came with the headache of getting it set up, and if your a Kraker, you don't settle for anything but perfection when it comes to your new toys. I sent it to Predator Archery right here in Zeeland to have the QAD rest placed on it, a new D-loop, and a paper tune. After I got it back I noticed some major cam lean on the top cam. This did not make me happy (even though the bow was shooting great) so I sent it back to Kevin at Predator Archery. He ripped the bow apart and we both researched the cam lean issue. Kevin called Hoyt and I read a dozen forums online and we both came to the same conclusion. It is just a common thing for most Hoyt bows to have the cam lean so we got it shooting good again, and I'm just going to learn to live with it.
|Hoyt CRX 35 - IBO 319 fps / Actual Chrono Results with my set up 306 fps|
This is my fourth official bow. My first being a cheapo Darton that I never hit a single animal with, the second was a Hoyt Intruder which I still have and took my first several deer with, and my last bow was the Hoyt Ultratech which I am happy to say has found a new home with my brother Andrew. I would like to officially welcome Andrew to the world of archery, and I am happy that my old bow is his gateway bow. We look forward to hearing stories of success and, since it is a bow, stories of blunder as well.
The new equipment has sparked a little competition between the Krack Boys (shocker). Chad has put together a few rules, but in short, we are looking to see who has the first kill with their new equipment. Losers pay into the summer fishing gas fund. Good luck suckers!
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