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The riser is very stable, the physical weight is nice without being too heavy. You can see that I like a very low grip. I have only shot the new limbs for about six ends, I,m happy so far but will need to do some tuning as the arrows shoot a little stiff compared to the Hoyt G3,s which were two pounds heavier.
 

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That's a super nice rig. I like it a lot. Wish good limbs came with toned down graphics though. I get dizzy just looking at them. Mine are the same way.

I have to get me a chrono. I have fast limbs, but no way to tell for sure just how fast and I'm really curious.
 

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Yeah I didthe most important side is the left which gives stability on thumb pad, I reduced the amount of wood on that side till it no longer crossed the first crease on the palm. The right hand side is mostly for looks.
 
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