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The Chill is a very well made bow, smooth draw, shoulder friendly, nice shooting, but the short ATA was just a little too short for me ... string angle too sharp, forcing me to bend my head into the string to get a good secondary reference. Shooter's preference
I much preferred the Chill over the HeliM and Reezen. I never really cared for the way the Reezens held ... just never felt solid to me, but others swear by them. I went to a 60# Monster because 70# was getting too much for my shoulder and biceptal tear. With an IBO of 353 fps I really gave up nothing dropping 10# of DW compared to shooting 330 fps IBO bows at 70# (10# of DW = 20 fps arrow speed). You should try the MR-6. When dropping DW to 60# and under, I'd recommend the 65% letoff modules for a decent amount of holding weight. This will make the bow more torque resistant and a cleaner release. The AVS dual cam can be finicky to tune with cable actuated rests, which can upset the cam synchronization, and make the back wall feel mushy. I could correct the effect of the QAD Ultrarest on the Monster by Creep Tuning. Recently I went to a limb driven rest and the Monster tuned a bullet hole in less than 10 shots and the tune has remained rock solid for more than a 1000 shots. I recommend Creep Tuning any dual or hybrid cam bow.
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