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In your case it may be that the head guy or one of them there is "buddy buddy" more with the hoyt rep than the Mathews rep. Thier one sided nature has no basis of Hoyt being a better company. Read to me like you are leaning more to the Mathews bow. The differance in speed between the two bows your talking about wont show on your Sight Pin splits. I myself would go with which feels more smooth and quiet. Both seem to have a big following with the people who have bought them. The reviews on both have read very good. So, again, I think its back to which one feels better at the shot to you...as you already know. I have a very good friend who shoots 3D with me every week. He works at the Pro Shop I hang and help out at. He and I have a Ford/Chevy conversation all the time about Mathews/Hoyt. He would most certainly like to sell me a Hoyt. Would happen if I liked a certain model better than a Mathews.....none so far. He would also admit to me it's just that....Ford/Chevy. Both are good companies and I hear good things about both all the time. Each has a good rap when it comes to inportant things like warrenty help/work. Also good customer service for issues should they come up. So, you cant seperate the companies that way to much. One perk I have from helping at the pro shop is I get to shoot the bows. When I want to compair two or more bows I do something that you might try.......Take the Spider and the Creed..(or other Hoyt/Mathews bows you like) to the shooting line. Have someone hand them to you one after the other....dont look or take much notice of which one your shooting. You will narrow it down fairly quick to two. Then one. Good luck....Let us know which you go with...
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