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A video I made yesterday. You will have hard time understanding my accent but the numbers speak for themselves
 

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Nice video :cheers:


The BF extreme seem to offer a better finish and overall looks, if very little difference in performance then it really just comes down to price/looks. Or if Bowhunting the standard Extreme would be an option if you worry about damaging the pretty carbon weave on the BF's
 

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Thanks. The BF extreme definitely look much better with the carbon weave front and belly.
 

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Nice video :cheers:

The BF extreme seem to offer a better finish and overall looks, if very little difference in performance then it really just comes down to price/looks. Or if Bowhunting the standard Extreme would be an option if you worry about damaging the pretty carbon weave on the BF's
Any idea if the carbon weave on the BF Extreme is supposed to add much, if anything, to stability? Cosmetically, it does make for a sharp-looking limb.
 

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I don't remember the arrow weight. I believe it was 405 grain.
 
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