chad mata: My faktor turbo on the way, only thing about living in hawaii we can't test
them befor we buy them... Lol
TheKnifeReaper: would you say this or the regular
spyder is better?
Jason Maiorano: What's The Price?
Daniel Carvalho: what inches is your group at 25 yards with this bow?
Dustin Reese: I normally shoot a 60 lb 28.5 inch draw bow, but with this bow could easily
shoot 70 lbs. Easiest bow to draw ever. There was hardly a hump in the
draw. Will soon be purchasing.
Larry Otto: I have been frustrated with my Bowtech insanity, and was looking for
something that would be smoother and more forgiving. something I would
enjoy shooting. I had my eye on the factor 30 and the creed xs. I really
liked both, but it came down to the grip, speed, valley, $100 less. for the
Faktor 30 I am now a Hoyt guy. I am loving this bow. p.s. I have a bow tech
insanity for sale :) $500
Bill Guesman: I went to "shop bows" today. I shot the Spyder and a Faktor, and a PSE. I
immediately knew which one I liked better. I am very much a "newbie" in
archery, but feel is feel. The Faktor ha a solid wall, was a smoother draw,
and was much quieter in the hand when shooting. For me it was instant love
with the Faktor 30. I'm not a brand guy, I don't know enough to be yet. I
am now a Hoyt fan!
Brett Fittock: can you review the Hoyt factor turbo thanks
Rick M: Shooting a vector 32 and a carbon element now. The Spyder is THE fugliest
bow Hoyt has ever released, but the Faktor looks beautiful! The turbo is
screaming my name! Great review, thanks!
James Hill: Are you gonna do a review for the hoyt ignite?
Cole Marr: Is that a hoyt carbon blade 6.5 or 8.5 stab?
Billy Adams: Went bow shopping today. Had my mind set on the Mathews Creed XS, until I
shot the Faktor 30. Brought the Hoyt home. Love the draw cycle, speed, and
smoothness of this bow. It made a Hoyt man out of me!!
Larry Lyle: Purchased this bow following extensive research and could not be happier.
70lb limbs with 29 in draw, Trophy Ridge Outlaw 5 pin, QAD Ultra LD, and
Fuse Stabilzer and it pounds tacks. Thanks Hoyt!
Michael Peyton: Trying to decide between the Hoyt Spyder 30 and the Faktor 30, I shot both
yesterday and the Faktor seemed to have my vibrations and I see you
mentioned that too
Tim: So are you more pumped up about this bow or the Monster Chill R ? And why ?
Thanks for your awesome reviews
Morgan Pyfrom: So i started shooting a Jewel for the first time at 50 # & 25 DL but found
that I wanted a faster bow ( I got the equalizer release 2 so that will
help to get a longer DL). I liked the Jewel but granted, it was my first
ever bow. Im looking for bows that will be a good choice with a good
backwall, fast and light enough for a girl to carry on long backcountry
hikes. Right now my choice is the Faktor but wanted to know your thoughts
on bows i might look at etc. My jewel didnt shoot very fast, even though i
had light arrows and was hard to get a good passthrough on an animal... and
am hoping to increase the effectiveness of the bow overall Any thoughts
on bows (no matter the brand) would be much appreciated!
BurgerHuntingShow: Just bought the my Faktor yesterday. Amazing! Set it up with a QAD
ultrarest HDX drop away, an IQ 5 pin bowsight with retina lock, and
shooting 350gr Victory arrows and a tubeless peep. Straight away I was
bunching 5 arrows 1 on top the other at 25 yards no fine tuning or
anything the archery pro put the stuff on and we went to shoot. I test
shot the the Carbon element G3 the spyder 30 the faktor 30 and the charger.
If you are looking for complete set up the charger isn't bad still has
some hand shock but nice and smooth. The other 3 now the G3 was very nice
I'd say slightly smoother and barely quieter definitely ccouldn't justify
paying $400 more for it over the spyder or faktor though. The spyder was
amazing as well virtually dead in the hand, barely any noise and smoothness
was great! Shot the Faktor and fell in love hardly any difference between
it the spyder and the G3. Personally I thought the Faktor had a better
back wall, slightly smoother pull, dead quiet a very very slight more
amount of hand shock than the spyder. Compared to the G3 it fell minimally
and I mean very minimally short. Like I said no way to justify the extra
$400 for a bow that was barely better. I got the Faktor 30 bone collector
edition and paid $899 for it any other is about $849... Definitely worth
it, this is the bow to go with, you won't be disappointed.
Corey mercer: I went to my local bow shop and after shooting the faktor 30 I got rid of
my bowtech. I was amazed at how smooth the draw was and how great it held
on target. 4 week shipping period. Gah still 3 weeks to wait.
TurkH: This review helped me in my choice for a new Bow, I just put down on a 2014
Hoyt Faktor 30! Great review
SpeedShooterXT: yes. Its tied to the buss cable. And Yes there was a string leech in the
string. It had a little extra noise than I wanted and was going through it
earlier in the day finding where. Turned out it was the rest. It really
does not need the leech and it really made very little difference
Tim Davis: Just picked up my Hoyt Faktor 30, love it! Great shooting bow.
Chris Kiefner: I normally shoot a 28.5 draw with a Mathews, would you say the draw is
similar or do they run a little different on these cams?
Matt Kluesner: cost? msrp?
TheChadillac8907: how come no review on the bowtech experience or bear agenda 6 or 7?
SMGArchery: Nice videos man impressed
Tim: What sight are you running ?
Tim: He's probably not a Bear or Bowtech dealer
SpeedShooterXT: that sight is the Black Gold Widow Maker. I personally run a spot hogg
DJ Kooken: Shot the bow this weekend at Riverside Archery in Mt Vernon and was very
impressed. I think I would choose the Factor over the Carbon Spyder. Nice
Mike Tran: Did you feed the activation cord into the down cable? i notice a string
leech there too
bownero: I'll be checking out the Faktor Turbo! Can't wait!!
skyliner2213: Nice bow. What's the price ?
Justin Rice: Why is the faktor slower than the carbon spyder when it has the same specs?