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Contributors to this thread:
Bowboy 25-Nov-22
otcbowhunter 27-Nov-22
Bowboy 27-Nov-22
otcbowhunter 27-Nov-22
krieger 29-Nov-22
spike78 29-Nov-22
midwest 29-Nov-22
Glunker 29-Nov-22
Bowboy 06-Dec-22
WV Mountaineer 06-Dec-22
Bowfreak 06-Dec-22
Bowboy 06-Dec-22
spike78 06-Dec-22
spike78 06-Dec-22
t-roy 06-Dec-22
spike78 07-Dec-22
WV Mountaineer 07-Dec-22
midwest 07-Dec-22
pav 07-Dec-22
spike78 07-Dec-22
KHNC 08-Dec-22
Bigdog 21 08-Dec-22
caribou77 08-Dec-22
LOSTNwoods 11-Dec-22
midwest 11-Dec-22
spike78 11-Dec-22
Bigdog 21 11-Dec-22
midwest 11-Dec-22
spike78 11-Dec-22
Bigdog 21 11-Dec-22
spike78 11-Dec-22
spike78 11-Dec-22
Bigdog 21 11-Dec-22
OTC_Bowhunter 12-Dec-22
From: Bowboy
25-Nov-22

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New Elite Carbon Era bow. Specs ata 31.25, brace 7.25, IBO 336, weight 3.9lbs. Being officially released on Dec 6th.

From: otcbowhunter
27-Nov-22
Why isn't there ANY information on their website?

From: Bowboy
27-Nov-22
Aaron Snyder released early. Elite is officially releasing it on the 6th of December

From: otcbowhunter
27-Nov-22
Draw length? I'm really interested in this bow, but I shoot 31.5" draw length.

From: krieger
29-Nov-22
Specs ata 31.25, brace 7.25, IBO 336, weight 3.9lbs

If those specs are legit, that will be worth a trip to the bow shop! That would be one of the fastest bows at 7.25BH that Ive ever seen..

From: spike78
29-Nov-22
I think this bow and the Omnia are going to blow all the other bows away this year. Mathews who?

From: midwest
29-Nov-22
I think Snyder said 1/4" draw length adjustments which I think is awesome. Also, something about the limb pockets being adjustable for centershot?

From: Glunker
29-Nov-22
Long brace for that speed. Back wall?

From: Bowboy
06-Dec-22
The Elite Carbon Era has been released go to Elite’s website and a few other reviews.

06-Dec-22
Nice. The 1/4” draw adjustment is ‘da bomb. I might have to start knocking over some convince stores cause it ain’t going to be cheap.

The good thing is we don’t have to worry about spike buying a Mathews. Which will increase demand for this bow.

From: Bowfreak
06-Dec-22
Nick,

I am assuming this bow has their S.E.T technology. You can move the bowstring path or cam by adjusting the limb pivot angle. Pretty neat system.

From: Bowboy
06-Dec-22

Bowboy's Link
Here’s a good review.

From: spike78
06-Dec-22
My Gearhead will always have a warm place in my heart and I will never sell it but I am going to have to try this bow out. If anything I will wait a year and hopefully buy it for a couple hundred less.

From: spike78
06-Dec-22
WV you don’t have to worry about me ever buying a Mathews as Elite is so far ahead Mathews is going to have to change their slogan to “Were right behind you”!

From: t-roy
06-Dec-22
Spike…….you mean “Were right behind you, now WE’RE way ahead of you”?

From: spike78
07-Dec-22
Yeah maybe way ahead in their stabilizer price.

07-Dec-22
I love it t-toy.

From: midwest
07-Dec-22
The total adjustability of that cam sounds amazing. 1/4" draw length adjustments, holding weight from 70-90%, and the S.E.T. technology mentioned by Mark above. Will be interesting to see how guys like it. Don't think I'll run out and buy one until I hear the real world reviews.

From: pav
07-Dec-22
I've been a Mathews shooter since the mid-90's. Have three of them hanging in the garage right now. This new carbon bow from Elite definitely has my attention! Like midwest, I'll probably hold out for some real world reviews. I'm a southpaw, so it's typically not very easy to find newly released bows like this to shoot at dealerships.

From: spike78
07-Dec-22
I’m predicting a shorter brace height and more speed for next years Elite carbon bow. Seems that is the only complaint from the comments on YouTube reviews.

From: KHNC
08-Dec-22
Dang, if i wasnt a x-bow hunter, i may look into one of these. Looks pretty sweet!

From: Bigdog 21
08-Dec-22
Get Serious RX 7

From: caribou77
08-Dec-22
This actually looks like a great hunting rig. Great brace height, the ata is a little short for me BUT the huge cams do help make up for it. I shot the Kure a little bit and the only thing I was really unimpressed with was the BH. The huge cams on the Kure and looks like on the Era give the overall length a much more appealing length and better string angle at full draw. I’m partial to my victory 37, but definitely like the weight of the Era. Speeds looks plenty good( hopefully they hold true). Been a huge fan of elites grip and the set technology. Not to mention the letoff is crazy ( like most newer bows).

From: LOSTNwoods
11-Dec-22
Second that comment - Get Serious RX7. Still the best two years in a row!

From: midwest
11-Dec-22
Bigdog21 and LOSTNwoods, What did you guys like better about the RX7 vs the Era when you did your comparisons? Assuming you've shot them both?

From: spike78
11-Dec-22
They didn’t shoot them both they are like Matt’s Fanboys and just assume it’s the best bow.

From: Bigdog 21
11-Dec-22
Did not shoot both . Hoyts have always been my fav. Owned a few mathews and bowtechs. But keep going back to Hoyts . I got the longer riser with bigger brace hieght.

From: midwest
11-Dec-22
I have a friend who LOVES his RX7 and I value his opinion. He won't post on this thread because he doesn't have anything relevant to add since he hasn't shot the Era.

From: spike78
11-Dec-22
They didn’t shoot them both they are like Matt’s Fanboys and just assume it’s the best bow.

From: Bigdog 21
11-Dec-22
Spike the first comment was joking get serious but I do like the Rx7 ultra alot. hard to pick a bad now now a days there all pretty nice.

From: spike78
11-Dec-22
They didn’t shoot them both they are like Matt’s Fanboys and just assume it’s the best bow.

From: spike78
11-Dec-22
Just busting Bigdog I haven’t tried out the RX7 but read it has a great draw cycle. I have never shot a Hoyt but wouldn’t mind trying one out.

From: Bigdog 21
11-Dec-22
You will become a FanBoy. Lol

12-Dec-22
When will the Era being at the bow shops? Looking to trade in my RX3 Ultra.

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