Bow hunting has been my primary activity when it comes to archery. But this year target archery has had more and more influence on me. I've got the 2018 PSE Perform-X on order right now and can't wait to start shooting it. I went with the longer 40" ATA instead of the 3-D model just because I wanted something a little longer than 36" ATA with my 28.5" draw length. I'm only loosing about 6 fps from that advertised speeds. I can live with that. I also when with the custom color option of the Black/Blue fade so I can't wait to see what the looks like. But that also adds to my wait time with the custom option.
I have done a lot of research and watched a million YouTube videos on the different target archery equipment, and there is a lot. I decided on companies that I had already used some of the products from and went from there. I think that I have found a winning combination without even trying them yet. Just need to get my bow now. Should have it in about a month from now hopefully.
One of the things I liked the most about this site is that it has micro adjust 1st, 2nd, and 3rd axis. That will be very helpful. For me it has always been a pain setting the axis because I always over do it then have to go back the other direction. I also like that it is not a carbon dovetail. I just don't like those for some reason. It might be those slow motion videos, those carbon bars just go all over the place in those. I like the heavier weight of the sight, might be because I have shot the Hogg Father for so long.
It was between Shrewd and Bee-Stinger for the stabilizers and Shrewd won. I have used Bee Stingers in the past with no complaints but just want to try something different. With the new Truss dampening technology in the Onyx they should be some great stabilizers. They include 4 oz. of weights and reinforced end caps for a good starting point.
I like the fact that I can run the limb driven cable on these. I'm not a big fan of the lizard long target rests. If your arrow is turned the wrong way and catches the rest blade that wouldn't be good. Some think that the cable will stretch over time and be less reliable, but if that happens I'll just tighten it back down or get a new cable. You can run this rest 5 different ways: top or bottom limb actuated, cable fall away, fixed blade, or cable actuated. It also have micro adjust windage and elevation.
This peep system gives you the ability to change out the apertures with 6 different options to match up with your sight scope. If you shoot with a lense it comes with 4 different clarifyers so you can try out different ones. It has something called a light baffle technology that helps with peep glare.
These will be great for indoor and 3-D archery which are what I will mostly be doing. The Superdrives are almost the max allowed by the NFAA and ASA which are the two that I plan on shooting so this arrow should work out great for both of those.