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I have a question, for my fellow bowhunters. would you go with the Hoyt carbon element rkt, or the vector turbo .

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  • I have a question, for my fellow bowhunters. would you go with the Hoyt carbon element rkt, or the vector turbo .

    I have a question, for my fellow bowhunters. would you go with the Hoyt carbon element rkt, or the vector turbo .

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    Carbon Element 100%. I've heard some bad things about the vector turbo.

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      Without a doubt Carbon Element! Hoyt in the past few years has made astronimical advancements in their bows lately to make a more comfortable shooting bow that shoots faster and looks very cutting edge.

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