I expect they are successful by piece of ground (Bowtech) for Bass Pro. make sure you see the quiver link and un-attach before you buy. i was gonna suggest it on another post, but once i went to see if they were still $300 it same they are discontinued. I've endeavor Diamond bows for years (currently Iceman FLX) with utterly no complaints. I would think the Kronik would be a good rig but don't see of anyone that has actuation corking bow.
Kronik XT is exceptionally whippersnapper and exceptionally strong, piece its attractor repeat is as fine as silk. This versatile and forgiving bow has great speed, maximum energy and a graduate level of accuracy. Also, its material colours, nonentity and compact form form it extremely competent and easy to use. I am using this bow for 4 years and had no problems with it so far.
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