Bow Comparison - Mississippi bowhunter

For some of you that own or have owned these different models how do they compare,for as shooting goes? Which one did you prefer the most? Thanks KB,PCH &PSR

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BOHO
February 28th, 2014 09:02:25pm
Only shot a KB. Very smooth draw and very sweet to shoot but was a little loud for my taste.

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Buckshotap
March 1st, 2014 07:03:30am

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Have had all three. Would lose a lot of sleep if I had to pick one. My current PCHX is very smooth to draw & I am shooting it very well. The KB I had was about the same in smoothness to draw, accuracy, noise, etc.. The PSR was a little different in all categories ( not bad, different). More like a longbow feel. Hope to get another PSR soon. That will round out my bows (PCHX,PLX,PSRX?). Would like for all three to be a little quieter. Heavy arrow & limb savers seem to improve them a little in the noise category. Not talking shotgun blast vs. thud. I have 47 yrs. experience with all kinds of bows & may be a little too picky. As a result of 15 yrs. owning an archery business, I can just about shoot any bow once & tell if I like it. Maybe twice. Considering putting a set of limb savers on my PLX. Limb savers just look ugly on a traditional bow.

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Code1
March 1st, 2014 08:03:06am

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I have owned several PCHX models,PSAX,and two PSRs and have shot a few more BW bows.. I have two KB's on order the first one should ship very soon also. So far I have found most BW bows to shoot more alike than different other than maybe having a slightly different feel in handle design or mass weight. As far as noise both guys above I agree with, on average my Widows have been just average in the noise category not the quietest or loundest bows I owned. That said I have found by going with a custom string ,four of the Centaur Navajo String Silencers and a well tuned brace height my PCHX and PSAX both bows really show a major noise reduction making them them well below average in noise. I went with the PCHX and two new KBs because I like shorter bows for hunting out of ground blinds and tight spaces so I perfer to have alittle more working limb with the 54/56 inch bow.The nice thing about all the Widows I have owned is they have been very forgiving to shoot accuracy wise just easy to shoot design.

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Mississippi bowhunter
March 1st, 2014 09:03:58am

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I have a 30 inch draw so I was thinking a 60 inch recurve. I have two longbows a 66 & 68 inch. I want something for ground blinds. I have been leaning towards the PSR,you just don't hear or read much about them. The KB looks nice also. How would a bolt on quiver look and work on a PSR?

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Buckshotap
March 1st, 2014 07:03:09pm

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After much trial & error, beginning to think I would rather have a bolt on or sling carry quiver for my bows. Have a GFA (ok). But, I like bolt on/quick detach option best. Kwikees are good but they just don't feel/look traditional. Tried a couple strap on quivers & just can't get comfortable with them. I think a PSR & bolt on would work/look fine. If I ever get another PSR, I am going to have inserts in it. Next time I go to BW I plan to have inserts put in my PLX.

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Mississippi bowhunter
March 1st, 2014 10:03:00pm

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I normally always get the quiver inserts in all my bows. I also had them to put the inserts In the PL that I got ordered. Thanks guys for all the information. I just wish I wasn't 7 hours away from Black Widow. But then again it is probably a good thing. I would wear my welcome out pretty quick I would imagine.

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Sean B
March 2nd, 2014 11:03:17am

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I always get inserts. I shoot more comfortably with a mounted quiver, however I think when I order a PSR, I wont. I'll use a strap on GN that I have. My PCH is still going to be my #1 bow!
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