Takashi Tamanaha: Why is 65 lbs an interesting concept?
sernul: We have two idiots here reading out of a manual. Go educate yourself about the product before you start recording dumb craps.
Graeme Anderson: Probably one of the smoothest draws I have seen on YouTube. No effort needed when you know hat your doing. Good job!
Phyco White: PSE,,, for people who don't know better.....
William Mocaby: Everyone here is missing the big big benefit of the speed. Like someone said, they can shoot 30 yds with one pin, why not 50 with one pin?...because there bow dosent generate the power...speed takes alot of the guess work out when you have a quick encounter and can't utilize a range finder. Or maybe you want to shoot a 500 grain projectile to 30 yds with one pin.....the benefits are always there, but you will always give up, noise on the shot, vibration, brace height=shootability/consistency, usually weigh, and the draw cycle is much more difficult.
Steven Deakles: idiots don't always need speed focus on accuracy i got a $100 bow and put pass through double lung shots at 40yds all day long
Milan Šekularac: Impressive cam. But if you drop it, will it survive?
Don Lee: Well that is what I'm looking for.
Don Lee: Well that is what I'm looking for.
TheSwampbuck1962: speed is relative.. my wife shoots a Browning micro adrenilin [pse]@42# and has pass throughs all the time she shoots the same pin out to 30 yards..
I love PSE have shot them for years, but to get the speeds they advertise you have to shoot a 30 inch draw and max poundage.. My draw is 27.5 on my axe6 and I shoot 70# and hover just above 300 fps..This year I actually dropped to 63# and still gettin 295..
I love the fact that PSE is building the fastest bows, but try not to get all tangled up in the fact. It's more about shot placement and the broadhead you shoot.
k123332: Love PSE, just can see buying something that is so much, and there will be a new design in 2 years to replace it.
Hunter Frohning: Cams look similar to my Dream Season GX love PSE and there products
Krunoslav Šokić: ...although I don't own bow of any kind I really like how that oversized cams look...:)
Oh ! C'mon, Really ?: ebryhundred eleven bucks? how much is that ?
dario carreiro: Comon people its a bow it dont matter who makes it ....it does the same job ..all the brand purists always bashing another manufacturer for one upping another ...does it matter ...its like chevy vs ford glock vs 1911. They all get the job done. I have a pse 3g still taking them down with that dinosaur lol..if I need it to go faster I just grab the rem 700 30.06 ..were all archers who love our craft no company Is really better than another ..its just how it feels in your hands is all ....they all get it done
Angelica Samuel: In regards to the brace height...taking "speed" out of the conversation for a second...there have been several independent slow motion videos of the high performance/low brace height bows vs the higher brace/slower bows. The thing that affects "accuracy" the most is the shooter and his form. Higher brace heights were always considered "more forgiving" however the "higher" brace heights keep the arrow in the possession of the shooter for "longer times" giving the shooter "more time" to torque, grab, flinch or drop his bow arm greatly impeding the accuracy down range. The high performance/faster "low" brace height bows keep the arrow in the possession of the shooter way less time and the arrow leaves the bow "sooner" giving the archer less time to impede downrange accuracy with poor form. Its not my opinion...its a video proven fact. Basically, they offset each other regarding brace height. I hope this helps people who are worried about the shorter brace heights on ALL makes and models of bows.
PS...I shoot a Strother Archery bow but my fiance and his 2 sons are die hard PSE shooters.
kingrider75: 5 1/4 brace height is all I had to hear lol. I'm sure it's a fantastic bow but it couldn't be a very forgiving hunting rig. Thanks but know thanks. I'll take less speed to hot what I'm aiming at.
eric mcclelland: pse just keep making better bows each year.if i didnt love my hoyts so much i would have a pse over any other bow! not just for the speed but for the quality. why drive a chevette when you could drive a corvette!
Bradford Stokes: The PSE rep should know these stats off the top of his head instead of reading them. How did he become a rep? He's a terrible salesman. (I own a PSE, btw)
Dwikkles: PSE guy's a little annoying but cool bow. I wonder how bad the vibration is when shooting. What spine arrow do you need for that?
Fastest PSE Bow on the Market: 2014 PSE Full Throttle5
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