DXT Vs. Dren LD

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  • March 25, 2008 at 3:34 pm #518999 Back to Top REPORT
    bowhunter405
    bowhunter405

    Joined: 3/25/2008
    i strictly hunt and the only target shooting i do is to sight in my bow…thats why i went with the dxt. i really like the short ATA and smooth draw. a few shots with the dxt and i was sold
    March 25, 2008 at 3:55 pm #519000 Back to Top REPORT



    Joined: 5/24/2004
    I guess I said should have said that I primarily hunt, and that I’m not particularly concerned with ATA length. Ease-of-use and accuracy is what is important to me.

    At 6’4″, 235 lbs. and with a 30-inch draw length, I already take up too much space in the blind!

    Thanks!

    March 25, 2008 at 4:00 pm #519001 Back to Top REPORT
    gcdcpakmbs
    gcdcpakmbs

    Joined: 6/28/2004

    You saw the subject what are you using and
    what are your arguments for which one is “better”

    and no saying it depends on the shooter [/color:1394jhyg][/u:1394jhyg][-X [-
    X ;)[/quote:1394jhyg]

    But that is indeed the best answer.

    I suppose you could ask something more specific and obtain an objective
    rather than a subjective answer. For instance:

    Which is more effecient? My guess is that their efficiencies are pretty
    close. The cams are designed for the riser/limb combination and are likely
    quite efficient. One will probably be more so than the other if measured
    with the right instruments, but likely not perceptible to the hooman.

    Which is quieter? You’d probably have to define “quieter”. At what
    distance, and across what frequencies? Again, probably not a material
    difference, but SYMO or one of the other egghead nerds ( :-$ I didn’t say
    that) could likely provide some data that could be kicked around.

    What that means is that the machines perform[/u:1394jhyg] VERY close to the
    same (my guess). But the way the shooter’s body interacts with each
    machine, and the way the shooter perceives that interaction varies. Hence
    you have subjective differences in the bow greater and more numerous
    than objective differences in performance.

    Which is better, swimming in the ocean or in a lake?

    March 25, 2008 at 5:10 pm #519002 Back to Top REPORT
    bigeves34
    BigEves34

    Joined: 8/29/2005

    You saw the subject what are you using and
    what are your arguments for which one is “better”

    and no saying it depends on the shooter [/color:1ckce3g3][/u:1ckce3g3][-X [-
    X ;)[/quote:1ckce3g3]

    But that is indeed the best answer.

    I suppose you could ask something more specific and obtain an objective
    rather than a subjective answer. For instance:

    Which is more effecient? My guess is that their efficiencies are pretty
    close. The cams are designed for the riser/limb combination and are likely
    quite efficient. One will probably be more so than the other if measured
    with the right instruments, but likely not perceptible to the hooman.

    Which is quieter? You’d probably have to define “quieter”. At what
    distance, and across what frequencies? Again, probably not a material
    difference, but SYMO or one of the other egghead nerds ( :-$ I didn’t say
    that) could likely provide some data that could be kicked around.

    What that means is that the machines perform[/u:1ckce3g3] VERY close to the
    same (my guess). But the way the shooter’s body interacts with each
    machine, and the way the shooter perceives that interaction varies. Hence
    you have subjective differences in the bow greater and more numerous
    than objective differences in performance.

    Which is better, swimming in the ocean or in a lake?[/quote:1ckce3g3]

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    March 25, 2008 at 8:48 pm #519003 Back to Top REPORT
    deer-slaughterer
    Deer Slaughterer

    Joined: 1/7/2008
    Thanks for explaining
    and for all the answers
    March 25, 2008 at 10:34 pm #519004 Back to Top REPORT



    Joined: 5/24/2004
    I think the Drenalin shoots smoother than the DXT. The DXT is set up better for hunting from a stand. I vote for the Drenalin.
    March 26, 2008 at 1:25 am #519005 Back to Top REPORT
    bowtie1201
    bowtie1201

    Joined: 7/16/2005

    DXT for hunting because of the short ATA
    DLD if you like the length of the bow. Its awesome as well! ( 3-D ) Rock solid wall, smooth as silk [=}=][/quote:306gseyl]my dxt is for live animals….mt dren ld is for foam animals

    March 26, 2008 at 2:53 pm #519006 Back to Top REPORT
    gcdcpakmbs
    gcdcpakmbs

    Joined: 6/28/2004
    my dxt is for live animals….mt dren ld is for foam animals

    My DLD is for live animals
    My A7 is for foam animals

    I like that, thanks :D

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