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Mathews VXR VS Hoyt RX 4 Ultra

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In depth look at two excellent mid to long draw options from Hoyt and Mathews

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18 Nov 2019

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Bigtyme
Bigtyme 8 dias atrás
What is the cost of each of those bows as they are currently setup in this video
David Dong
David Dong 10 dias atrás
Thanks for the Reviews Im going with hoyt because its carbon fiber, and yes i am shit
Jayson Allen
Jayson Allen 29 dias atrás
That verde 2.0 is sick af!
Myron Gainsborough
Myron Gainsborough Mês atrás
I went with the i'm too broke for either
Алексей Чернецов
День добрый какая цена этого лука?
Jordan Brooks
Jordan Brooks 3 meses atrás
Hoyt needs to chill on the damn prices of their bows. They are crazy ASF with that price
Clay Benton
Clay Benton 7 dias atrás
Yep. Hoyt is pricing themselves out of a market. Yes people will say don’t be cheap blah blah but they are missing the point. If the performance is near identical to other company’s bows why pay $500-$600 more for the carbon hoyt? Here in Arkansas I can buy the VXR for $899. Fully rig it out for just the price of the rx4. I’ve had a Carbon Turbo and just didn’t see the justification of price. Hoyts Carbon bows and damn good looking but just not worth another $500+
Josh Sweet
Josh Sweet 3 meses atrás
Where does the red works part come from..wat does it mean
Tyler Dietzenbach
Tyler Dietzenbach 3 meses atrás
Great video but definitely sticking with my Realm X
Donovan Stockton
Donovan Stockton 3 meses atrás
Very good video! The difference between the Vertix and VXR 31.5 is minimal as in there's no real difference from a hunting perspective. ArcheryTalk did a video today and he couldn't tell any difference. Thank you for showing the dramatic difference in the riser designs between Matthews and Hoyt. I like the target oriented design that Matthews is bringing into hunting bows. The price of the carbon Hoyts is just stupid. Better off getting their aluminum bow. Plus the vibration on the Hoyt carbon bows is supposed to be awful.
Samuel Wixon III
Samuel Wixon III 4 meses atrás
Im 15 and had a hoyt helix just got rid of it 2 days ago for the vxr 31.5 a lot smoother draw cycle, a lot quieter and dead in heads, more balanced, better back wall everything about the mathews was better
RemingtonAllTheWay 870
RemingtonAllTheWay 870 4 meses atrás
I am and was a Mathews guy, but I just switched to a Hoyt rx-4 for this year. It just seemed better in the hand compared to the VXR and the draw cycle was smoother in my opinion
Tony Allen
Tony Allen 4 meses atrás
Can you still use other arrow rest if you already had one or is the QAD (the rest in the video) the only one that fits, say if I wanted to use a trophy taker smack down or a whisker biscuit?
Frank Hendricks
Frank Hendricks 4 meses atrás
How about cost ?
Nomad Damon
Nomad Damon 4 meses atrás
Thank you
stevensrspcplusmc
stevensrspcplusmc 4 meses atrás
Great review👍😊love the Matthews 👍
stevensrspcplusmc
stevensrspcplusmc 4 meses atrás
The Hoyt is louder than the Matthews
John Pilcher Fishing
John Pilcher Fishing 4 meses atrás
Hoyt seemed a little noisier
Isaiah Orton
Isaiah Orton 4 meses atrás
True true
Michael p
Michael p 4 meses atrás
I shot both the ultra and vxr at 70 lbs. shot the rx4 ultra with #3 cams at 30.5". Because for some reason the 30 setting on the Hoyt felt short. Whereas the 30 on the vxr fit right. But after shooting both that rx4 ultra although giving up a little bit of speed from the vxr. The vxr on 70 wasn't as smooth of a draw as the Hoyt. I didn't like the rx1 but that rx4 ultra is probably the smoothest 70 lbs I've ever drew back solid back wall as well as the mathews. The vxr was a tad more dead in the hand after the shot. But they Hoyt wasn't bad either. But I chose the Hoyt and have went with the mathews last couple years over the hoyts but I loved the feel of the ultra and also the kiuou verde camp pattern was sweet as well. Just smooth as silk bow felt like I could've drew 80 lbs and it still would've been silky smooth and not want to rip your shoulders out of socket. And also the scs sysytem for the rope on the mathews my dealer told me was an extra $80
John Q Public
John Q Public 5 meses atrás
I went with the RX4 Alpha in black 29 inch 70 lbs I’m loving it the VXR was not as comfortable for me on the draw cycle they are both excellent bows
Jeremy Olson
Jeremy Olson 5 meses atrás
I went with the RX4 Ultra in the elevated pattern, it's pretty sick.
JESSICA ALBERT
JESSICA ALBERT 5 meses atrás
I really wanted to get a hoyt Carbon bow but the price difference is hard to justify!
The Bow God
The Bow God 5 meses atrás
I shot everything this year. Revolt X led the pack by a mile. I was very suprised being a Mathews guy myself. I think I may have to sell the Vertix!
southern country1993
@R.C. ATV agree. I too have shot all the new ones, the revolt and the kuma sucks balls. I just have to accept that the Hoyt and Mathews are the premier companies in the modern era. If price isnt a factor i would get the RX4.
R.C. ATV
R.C. ATV 5 meses atrás
I actually felt the opposite. I just bought a vertix over the vxr and the new bowtechs. Can definitely still feel the bowtech hand buzz just a little. I actually personally felt less vibe from the 28 than the 31.5 and nothing from the vertix. And both were way less than the btx or the sr6. Just personally though. How long have you had your vertix? Still like it?
Josh Hart
Josh Hart 5 meses atrás
vrx what is that its vxr
Jc wolf
Jc wolf 5 meses atrás
I shot both the other day and found the draw cycle on the VXR to be too violent when hitting that valley. I was not a fan. I liked everything else but I cant get over how terrible it felt to draw. I ended up getting the rx4 turbo which suprised me because inwas super against getting a brand new flagship bow. But after shooting a few other hoyts and a couple mathews, it was a pretty easy decision.
Jeremy Olson
Jeremy Olson 5 meses atrás
I had a hard time choosing between the Turbo and the Ultra, I ordered the Ultra but thinking of getting the Turbo too.
K L
K L 5 meses atrás
What sight are you using? Great video. Thanks!
Josh Feister
Josh Feister 5 meses atrás
I just don't like the hoyts limb angles.. I like a beyond parallel limbs and these kinda have a older bow look.. my vote is Mathews and I'm not a mathews guy .
Robert Vone
Robert Vone 5 meses atrás
Nice review you were theral on both bows . Nice job! I’m going with MATHEWS,I’ve never had any issues with any of them. Go MATHEWS!😏🏹🦌/AKA-String Stualker😉
Todd Williams
Todd Williams 5 meses atrás
What release are you using ?
Michael Rosa
Michael Rosa 5 meses atrás
Can't compare a short axle to a full long axle. Doesn't work.
God sees all!!!
God sees all!!! 5 meses atrás
They are very close, within an inch
Ian Fortier
Ian Fortier 5 meses atrás
Is it me, or is the cable on the QAD coming in contact with the riser at full draw? If so, do you see that being an issue with timing?
Cory Deichman
Cory Deichman 2 meses atrás
It will and overall it's the tension on the string that is holding it up once that tension is gone it won't matter whether its rubbing on the riser or not. I mean it may wear it out faster but I dont see it being that bad especially on a low friction surface.
GEORGE ACFALLE
GEORGE ACFALLE 5 meses atrás
I want to thank Taylor for getting me set up with my new Mathews VXR 28. I had the opportunity to shoot both the 31 and 28, they both shoot exceptionally well, dead in the hand with almost zero hand shock if any, the back wall is comfortable to hold, and shoots very quite. I’ve been shooting the Hoyt Spider for years; but I made the decision to switch this year to Mathews for one reason, cost. While the Mathews is right at $1,099, the Hoyt RX4 is $1,700. I really like the way this Mathews shoots and feels in my hand. I ordered the 28 in Forest with black limbs, draw is 27, and weight is 60lbs. The first thing I noticed was every arrow shot had perfect groupings. If you’re in the San Diego area, go to Performance Archery, they will treat you right. Oh, ask for Taylor, he’s very knowledgeable and will get you all set up. Can’t wait for deer season. Great video Tanner! Thanks PA!!
The Bow God
The Bow God 5 meses atrás
GEORGE ACFALLE Hoyts flagship aluminum bows are much more comparable in price to the Mathews
Owen Davies
Owen Davies 5 meses atrás
How much are these bows in The States
Daniel Jessop
Daniel Jessop 5 meses atrás
I've seen the VXR running $999 and the RX$ is $1600-$1800
Cody Austin
Cody Austin 5 meses atrás
Owen Davies from what I’ve seen the VXR is going to be around $1300 USD and the RX4 will be anywhere from $1600-1800 USD. Depends on the dealer pricing.
seamus mclaughlin
seamus mclaughlin 5 meses atrás
Ive been a Mathews customer since they started. I know that the other bow companies make good quality bows as well. I like the fact that Mathews keep the price down for top of the line tech.
Shane
Shane 3 meses atrás
Agreed $1700 is just too much for me.
Jerry Cox
Jerry Cox 6 meses atrás
Mathews all day best bows on the market
Bear Foot Bowhunter
Bear Foot Bowhunter 6 meses atrás
I think hoyt are the coolest looking bows on the market . and quite frankly the mathews is probly one of the most ugly . BUT mathews are make significant changes and advancmets. Most compounds have reached there max speed for the materials available . mathews is like right lets make it quiter , more stable , better balanced . im really likeing the look of the vxr for what it can do . the almost $1800AUD price point is a bit of a turn of tho
Mauro
Mauro 6 meses atrás
The big question no one ever asked is “what are the price differences??” Why doesn’t anyone ever touch that portion in the reviews. We know the bang but what’s the buck?!
Samuel Wixon III
Samuel Wixon III 4 meses atrás
Mathews 28 vxr is 999 and the 31.5 version is 1099 the hoyt rx4 are between 1500-1700 and the axius is between 1100-1200
Jun L
Jun L 6 meses atrás
Currently, a carbon Hoyt RedWorks costs about 60% more than any hunting Mathews.
Tdog
Tdog 6 meses atrás
Mauro Mathews is a grand , just ordered it . I shot hoyt for years , dealers are getting harder to find , Mathews is next to house in Tennessee,
Bear Foot Bowhunter
Bear Foot Bowhunter 6 meses atrás
Lol ikr . give it 3-6 months and they will be significantly cheaper
Gregory Mashburn
Gregory Mashburn 6 meses atrás
I personally like the way the RX-4 ultra shot over the VXR. I’m a 30” draw so naturally longer bows feel better for me. Also, after 2 shoulder surgeries, draw is super important. I felt the ultra was definitely smoother than the VXR. They were both dead in the hand and have quite a bit of reduction compared to my Rx-1 ultra. The back wall on the RX-4 was solid! However, I do like the scs on the VXR. It’s a pretty slick system. Also, the new Mathews color is awesome! Having said that, I just ordered a RX-4 ultra. Looking forward to getting it all set up! Thanks for the review.
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
Awesome! Congrats on the new bow, thanks for watching!
INTOtheVOID11
INTOtheVOID11 6 meses atrás
MY BOW IS BETTER THAN YOUR BOW
Hayden Vakoc
Hayden Vakoc 6 meses atrás
I’ve had 3 Mathews bows never dry fired them I’ve had cams break and limbs shatter
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 5 meses atrás
Maybe its you
Brian Anderson
Brian Anderson 6 meses atrás
Hayden Vakoc pics or it didn’t happen.
Ron Meadows
Ron Meadows 6 meses atrás
Please shoot them through a chronograph and see what the speed difference really is.....
Jun L
Jun L 6 meses atrás
Ron Meadows Hi Ron, from my personal testing, at 70 lbs @ 29”, the VXR 31.5 shoots slightly faster (within 5 FPS) than the RX-4 Alpha (not Ultra) using arrows from 380~490 grains. The speed diff is very minimal. Hope that helps!
Zairem Renthlei
Zairem Renthlei 6 meses atrás
Shot them both at pro shop today. The vxr is dead 💀 in the hand. It’s almost unreal
Bear Foot Bowhunter
Bear Foot Bowhunter 6 meses atrás
@Zairem Renthlei thanks mate . the mathews here is priced higher than most of the hoyt line. Im filling like the hoyt is the way im going to go
Zairem Renthlei
Zairem Renthlei 6 meses atrás
Bear Foot Bowhunter the Mathews vxr. The Hoyt is overpriced, I still would pick the Mathews vxr even if they were the same price.
Bear Foot Bowhunter
Bear Foot Bowhunter 6 meses atrás
Wich would you pick overall ? Im considering the vxr 28 and the 2020 hoyt axium ultra
Donovan Stockton
Donovan Stockton 6 meses atrás
I shoot 29" on Mathews Vertix and H32 (and previously on triax). If I go with that length on a Hoyt I'm gonna get caught in that cam trap of reduced speed with #2 cams. Seems you have to really shoot at the highest draw length of a cam to get the best speed. They are known to drop 20 fps with each 1" reduction. Otherwise, the Hoyt Rx-4 Ultra looks like a winner. Is there a compelling reason to upgrade from the Vertix to the VXR?
Lee Lathrop
Lee Lathrop 6 meses atrás
If you went with the Ultra you'd be on the top of the number two can. Which would be faster than the number 3. And they don't loose 20fps per inch of draw length. That's simply not true
Albert Ledesma
Albert Ledesma 6 meses atrás
I don’t own a bow, nor have I ever shot a bow (not hunting anyways), but living in NM and rifle hunting the Gila all my life, I’ve finally decided to get into bow hunting. I’m 44 so I’m no spring chicken and if I’m honest, it does intimidate me a bit. I’ve been on multiple bow hunts with friends as a “guide” but it’s a whole other beast to make such a big change. 2020 is my year to make that change in in all the research I’ve done, I pretty much had figured out what bow I was getting. Ironically, it’s between the Mathews VXR and the Hoyt RX-4. Thank you, because I was already leaning a certain direction and this video solidified it for me. 🙏🏼
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
Thanks and good luck!
Stephen Pilzner
Stephen Pilzner 6 meses atrás
You mention these bows would be great for 28” draw lengths and longer, but would a short draw length have any issue fitting into these longer axel to axel bows? Short draw length here (26.5”) and want to make sure my head is in a good position before getting it setup. Thoughts?
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
At 26.5 you could shoot the Mathews 31.5" at the bottom of the mod chart and the Ultra doesnt go below 27". The VXR is a fast bow so I wouldnt worry too much about that but you will get more performance (speed) out of the shorter models
dmartinez1993
dmartinez1993 6 meses atrás
Great review brother. I really liked the side by side shooting you showed, and how it showed the string angle and the way the bows behaved at the shot. To me, the string angle on the Hoyt fit you a lot better, there was no ever so slight head adjustment to make when you went to your anchor point. Great review and I’m trying to make my decision on which one I want. The PSE Mach 1 Carbon 34” is also in the mix. Have you shot that one?
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
I have its awesome! Thanks
JDsSportsRoom
JDsSportsRoom 6 meses atrás
Did u shoot the new Bowtech? And what stabilizer is on that Mathews? Thanks
Chase Kranich
Chase Kranich 6 meses atrás
If the riser on the vxr 31 is 1 1/2 inches longer than the traverse riser than is the vxr 28 riser longer than last years vertix?
John Covington
John Covington 6 meses atrás
Have owned all kinds of bows. Mathews all the way
Stick & String Outdoors
Got that right
Caleb Holmes
Caleb Holmes 6 meses atrás
John Covington agreed
K EE
K EE 6 meses atrás
Great vid!
Jared Carter
Jared Carter 6 meses atrás
I have the Hoyt pro defiant would it be much of an upgrade if I decided to the the vxr? Thanks
Jared Carter
Jared Carter 6 meses atrás
Third Axis Archery thanks for the reply. I couldn’t resist I went and got it. Thanks again!
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
The Pro Defiant is an awesome bow! The VXR is around 12fps faster and is the quietest most dead in the hand bow ive ever shot. That and all the other features thrown in it would be a great upgrade, thanks for watching!
Manolo Ramirez
Manolo Ramirez 6 meses atrás
Mathew the best
CoRKA97
CoRKA97 6 meses atrás
Get serious get Mathews
Tamas Komodi
Tamas Komodi 6 meses atrás
Paying for a new riser and a few gimmicks, well no thanks. I will hold on to my Traverse as long as there are no extreme inventions. I have taken 5 deer with my Traverse in 2 months. I tell you it is here to stay. The new and " improved" bows are for people who are not satisfied. If you are looking, go Mathews. Thanks.
God sees all!!!
God sees all!!! 5 meses atrás
Shorter bow with a longer riser and lighter means better balance and aim on the shot then the Traverse, and it has the switchweight so you can shoot #75 if you want to hit those good speeds with a heavy arrow!
Tamas Komodi
Tamas Komodi 5 meses atrás
@seamus mclaughlin missouri. You get unlimited archery doe tags.
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 5 meses atrás
@seamus mclaughlin north east
seamus mclaughlin
seamus mclaughlin 5 meses atrás
Do you get that many deer tags? What state do you live in?
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
I love my traverse I've gotten 2 deer so far this season its defently the best bow I've owned was a Hoyt guy for many years but this bow is just different I know I'll be shooting mine for at least 5 years or until something comes out and wows me like this bow did when I first shot it
Dre Sted
Dre Sted 6 meses atrás
Does Bob Fromme still own Performance? He used to make some great hunting vids back in the VHS days.
Dre Sted
Dre Sted 6 meses atrás
@Tanner Johnson Alright, good to hear. Always liked his videos. Didn't even think to search him on BRvid.
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
Yep! I am currently editing and sharing all his past and present hunting footage available at the Bob Fromme BRvid Channel
Wyatt Grill
Wyatt Grill 6 meses atrás
Yes he still owns it. And he’s still as awesome!
Brian Trimboli
Brian Trimboli 6 meses atrás
It actually looked like the draw cycle was smoother on the Mathews I was surprised
Matthew Alldritt
Matthew Alldritt 2 meses atrás
Shane I shot both today and I agree. I ended up going with the VXR because of its crispness and it’s fit for me, but the Hoyt was actually smoother and easier to draw.
Shane
Shane 3 meses atrás
I have shot both and draw cycle for the RX4 was smoother IMO. VXR def felt like it had a better let off. Both are amazing bows.
Gabriel Davidson
Gabriel Davidson 6 meses atrás
Can you go over the APA King Cobra with 90# limbs? Thank you...Very informative...I really would have liked to see a Chrono with different weight arrows though...Keep them coming...
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
Would have but there are already a ton of videos online showing speeds
Ryan Robinson
Ryan Robinson 6 meses atrás
I’m a 28” draw. Would the string angle be too steep for the 28” vxr for me?
Bruce hillbilly Barthalow
What about the 29.5 rx 4
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
Nope! The 28" VXR would be a great option if youre looking for a compact hunting bow
God sees all!!!
God sees all!!! 6 meses atrás
I went in the shop Thursday after Expedition and all the bows were in the shop, I walked out with the Mathews VXR 28, the bow balances itself just an amazing bow, the riser on the VXR is almost 4 inches longer then the Triax, it's a speed demon with the #75 mods on it at 29 inch draw, the thicker connection at the stab really does dead it down on the shot, I'm using the Quivalizer so I really can tell, the balance is like a target bow 100% I was able to put my sight tape on really quick
Squatch Family Outdoors
Mathews beats Hoyt any day Shoot the prime side by side to the Mathews
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 5 meses atrás
@Corey Frasnelly they did make a new and better grip the engage grip
Albert Ledesma
Albert Ledesma 6 meses atrás
Squatchin Outdoors That’s a pretty strong, not to mention very subjective grenade statement. Can you tell us all why?
Corey Frasnelly
Corey Frasnelly 6 meses atrás
Not for me.....I’ll never go back to Mathews till they figure out how to make decent grip
Bruce hillbilly Barthalow
There is a weight difference had he used the 29.5 inch Hoyt compared to the 34 inch compared to the Mathews.on the other note,that's what really helps Mathews be so quiet and stable.
Bass Whoopin'
Bass Whoopin' 6 meses atrás
I'm a Hoyt guy. I love mine but If i had the funds i'd own a VXR too. Both are incredible bows.
Mark Patzer
Mark Patzer 6 meses atrás
Nice break down. Can't wait to try the 31.5" VXR but hard to argue with how dead in the hand the 28" VXR is on the shot
Mark Patzer
Mark Patzer 6 meses atrás
Got to shoot the 31.5 over the weekend and it's without a doubt a shooter and just as dead in the hand on the shot but the 28" just felt more balanced and comfortable for me given my 28" draw length. Can't wait to get mine setup
John
John 6 meses atrás
What kind of sight do you have on the bows?
John
John 6 meses atrás
Are they available for purchase?
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
Black Mtn 5pin, just installed for demo purpose here at the shop
Laby Rinth
Laby Rinth 6 meses atrás
thanks for the review !! any chance to have your opinion on the rx4 with the short ATA compare to standard ATA on the rx3 is it as stable , confortable ! do you notice a difference ?? thanks !
Laby Rinth
Laby Rinth 6 meses atrás
@Tanner Johnson sweet thanks for the feedback ;)
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
Yep! The RX4 feels really similar but with the updated cam and mod system I like it better than the RX3 especially for those that like a compact hunting rig
RADcaptures
RADcaptures 6 meses atrás
Thanks for the Reviews on both the VXR and RX4!
Mega Mang
Mega Mang 6 meses atrás
People still pulling up ther 1000 dollar bow up the tree or laying on the floor scratching it on its way up too.
God sees all!!!
God sees all!!! 5 meses atrás
@Mega Mang you're acting like a Diva lol dont come hunting out West man, we have long hikes and bushes maybe a little dirt 🤣🤣🤣
Mega Mang
Mega Mang 6 meses atrás
To each there own. I know I wont be doing that with my 1500 dollar setup and I know most wont too. My cheap shit idgaf.
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
@Mega Mang lol its a hunting bow they get scratches they get dirty
Mega Mang
Mega Mang 6 meses atrás
@Rusty Shackleford not just a hunting bow. Granted it'll be more than 1000 after sight rest etc. This is old school. Everyone climbing with there bow on there packs now. Gotta invent something more.
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
Ya so its a hunting bow
Justin Boyer
Justin Boyer 6 meses atrás
I dont believe that hunting with that 28ATA out west is gonna make a difference. Speaking from experience, 30 yards back east is a chip shot compared to 60 yards out west. But believing that the archer is better off with the Hoyt because a 1.5 ATA difference is fodder. Shot and killed my elk at 56 yards two years ago. Guess what, that bow was 28ATA. The triax. Used elite bows previously. 34 ATA. Same result. It's the hunter's ability to use the equipment and make ethical shots. All these bows will perform outstanding at distances of 60 yards. It's called practice.
Bruce hillbilly Barthalow
@R.C. ATV I know 2 guys who use self made longbows n still kill game
R.C. ATV
R.C. ATV 6 meses atrás
Exactly. They killed them 200 years ago with an actual stick and string. People think they can buy good form and fundamentals in the form of an expensive bow,and go shoot like a pro.
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
@Bruce hillbilly Barthalow Yep goes down to 27"
Bruce hillbilly Barthalow
Does the ultra come in a no.2 cam option for the under 28 inch archer?
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
True, although longer ATA is always giving the longer draw archers a better fit. But it all comes down to personal preference as witnessed by your strong personal opinion. Thanks for sharing!
Mickey Lusk
Mickey Lusk 6 meses atrás
The sound of the shot sounds louder on the Hoyt than it does the Mathews imo
Jun L
Jun L 6 meses atrás
The best way to find out the sound diff is to have your friend shoot them while you standing by and listen. Videos often lie about the actual sound quality.
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 6 meses atrás
@R.C. ATV I've been hearing a lot of problems lately when it comes to Hoyt's service sadly Hoyt has been going down hill since 2015 bows haven't really improved or changed I would still be shooting my faktor 30 if I didn't try out a Mathews traverse and your carbon spyder is one of the greatest bows they made nitrum faktor and spyder series are and still there best bows
R.C. ATV
R.C. ATV 6 meses atrás
It does. I've been watching every vid I can find. Idk if its louder as much as a higher pitch smack and mathews is almost a silent thunk. Just watched a vid with n rx3 and Mathews set up identical. The hoyt was 7 fps slower with the same spd rating. Btw I have a carbon spyder turbo and I think I'm going mathews. My local is the biggest guy around and he dropped hoyt because of their service.
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
They definitely have a different pitch to them due to the hoyt hollow carbon riser. With every design there is a give and take, compared to older bows that have taken endless amounts of animals these new models are extremely quiet. If sound is your #1 feature of importance its sure hard to beat a mathews. I want to shoot the best that I possibly can so I will always take the bow that allows for an easy tune and comfortable forgiving shot which is of coarse a personal preference developed from shooting them! Thanks for watching!
C L
C L 6 meses atrás
Not sure if you’d agree. The RX4 seemed a little more balanced than the VXR and overall felt more comfortable in my hand. The draw cycle on the RX4 was really smooth all the way to the wall and had more of a valley than the VXR. With that said, the VXR felt great after the release compared to the RX4. It was totally dead in my hand and the most quiet bow I’ve ever shot. I’m having a tough time deciding which one to go with. Thanks for the review!
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
@C L Not yet but leaning toward the Carbon! I have the Vertix right now and I think I will personally benefit more from the features of the Ultra. I shot a 34" carbon defiant for a few years so it feels like home.
C L
C L 6 meses atrás
Third Axis Archery Do you know which one you’re gonna go with?
Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson 6 meses atrás
Yep both are excellent products
Flatcreek
Flatcreek 6 meses atrás
Lets see the 28 vxr compared to triax
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