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hoyt carbon defiant
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Contributors to this thread:
bighorn 22-Oct-17
kota-man 22-Oct-17
Bowfreak 22-Oct-17
carcus 22-Oct-17
ELKMAN 23-Oct-17
ARROWONEPY 23-Oct-17
Brotsky 23-Oct-17
Ron Murphy 23-Oct-17
12yards 23-Oct-17
bighorn 23-Oct-17
HDE 23-Oct-17
ELKMAN 24-Oct-17
From: bighorn
22-Oct-17
Which is the better option on the carbon defiant 31" or 34" my draw is 25 1/2 - 26" and what's the best quiver are hoyt quivers better than tight spot.

From: kota-man
22-Oct-17
I like the longer A to A, but at your draw, the shorter bow would work as well. Nothing better than Tightspot.

From: Bowfreak
22-Oct-17
If I had a 25.5" do for sure it would be the 31. I too like the Tightspot but the Hoyt Arrow Rack quivers are nice too.

From: carcus
22-Oct-17
As kota-man mentioned tightspot quivers are by far the best, get a 6" brace height bow at your draw, I would get a bowtech reign 6, or the carbon defiant turbo

From: ELKMAN
23-Oct-17
You need to wait for the new Hoyts... JS

From: ARROWONEPY
23-Oct-17
go with the turbo!

From: Brotsky
23-Oct-17
+1 elkman, unless you are looking to save some green and buy a used or last year's model.

From: Ron Murphy
23-Oct-17
I have a Defiant 34 and its the best aiming bow I have ever owned. Probably cuts my pin float circumference by about half. I also have a turbo, Its a real performer but at my draw length 30.5 inches its just not that solid at the hold for me. Also like how the peep is a lot closer to my eye with the 34. At your draw length you probably cant go wrong with either bow.

From: 12yards
23-Oct-17
I'm with carcus. With your short draw length I'd be shopping for 6" brace bows.

23-Oct-17
bighorn, both of mine are aluminum so this may not apply. I love my Defiant 34, but purchased the pro Defiant (31") for a back-up. It is now my first bow. It really is easier to carry and maneuver in the tree for me.

Good luck.

From: bighorn
23-Oct-17
Any info on the new models yet?

From: HDE
23-Oct-17
32" ATA, 35" ATA, and a turbo model. Redesigned limb pockets, cam, and limb.

From: ELKMAN
24-Oct-17
Total change over this year. NOTHING is the same. All new. And ALL better.

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