Jacob peters: And rebelnford is incorrect and frankly kind of ignorant. Drop away is the
only rest to shoot. The whole idea behind a drop away is THEY NEVER TOUCH
YOUR FLETCHING. As upposed to a whisker biscuit which is notorious for
destroying fletchings overtime. Look up the trophy ridge revolution. A 50
dollar full containment drop away. Deffinately the best bang for your buck.
Jacob peters: Man 70 is s little much for you. Its important not to out bow your self.
Speed is not that important that you should sacrafice comfort you should be
able to stand flat footed and draw your bow straight back with no problem
without having to throw your bow up and yank it back. Turning your bow down
to about a 28 inch draw and 63 pounds or so will make a very obvious gain
in your groups. 30 inch draw is way long unless you're about 6'3" or have
extremely long arms.
MSbowhunter96: QAD ULTRA HUNTER its like 69 buck by far best value i have one on my 2013
Froggies505: Loud as hell. Lol.
Dylan Padgett: woo that thing looks smooth on the drawback and quiet, i was just looking
at the same one at a local shop yesterday
Tiffany Saucier: Okay, Iv'e decided to get this bow weeks before I saw this video. I haven't
got it yet, but it has a lifetime warranty on it? That's great!
Janfodne: Check and see if the nocks are glued in place. If they aren't give them a
little twist so that the vanes are alined within the spaces between the
brushes of the arrow rest. That should give the arrows some extra
durability towards that kind of rest. And for gods sake don't use FOBs with
that kind of rest. It'll mess things up quite a bit. An uncontrollable
carbon shaft down range is not be take lightly. Trust me, I've done it.
Gene K: Nice video. Looking for one of these toys. Will it work for beginner? My
nephew got the same one He's happy with it and I wanna get the same
xxxthaiguyxxx: Yep sure does just be sure to register it on bowtechs website. The Bow
string has a waranty on it too but I am unsure how long it is.
Sean Chastain: Good review
Jeramy Michael: Hey thanks for the video.
RebelnFord: dont get a drop away and id get rid of that hostage if u want better
accuracy get a wisker buisket best rest it wont mess with your fletchings
like drop aways and hostage rests might have to get it paper tuned but
there the best for the money
xxxthaiguyxxx: Yeah in this video I had it set at 70 lbs but I have backed it down to 65
since then to correct some arrow flight issues I was having, hopefully I
can get some stiffer arrows soon I can go back up to 70. But still really
pleased with it. Good Luck
Chris Fokjohn: Great work on that!!!
DL9619: what are the sight pins set at from the factorie great vid
xxxthaiguyxxx: They roughly 20 30 40 50. Once I got the 20 yard pin set the others were
WZW1982: Man how tall are you? You make that thing look like a kids bow haha
blackmamba011000: shoould've got a hoyt maxxis 31
Hitman Overrated: Good video mate :) But if you ever will do an outdoor vid again you should
try get some small walls or a case, if you know what I mean? - because i
heard alot wind passing through the camara. But it was a good video overall
cccmaster: Damn man you draw that bow like its nothing lol. Thinking about buying one
Kenny Klodnicki: nice i was looking @ this
john lee: i have the same bow in black tho..i like it how when you pull it back...it
kinda locks in so you can hold it there for while..amazing bow
Acg3996: Hey nice video, but here's a tip: learn the basics of archery with a full
containment until you can hold good groups, then switch to a drop away.
Full capture rests show any flaw in shooting form forcing you to fix then
in order to shoot better. Once flaws are fixed, then switch over!
xxxthaiguyxxx: Yeah I have droped it to 65 lbs since this video. It helped a ton with my
accuracy, and the arrow flight, I dont think the arrows were stiff enough
to handle 70lbs. Thanks for the feedback.
enriquewilliamsteeny: Top of the line.. I think it kinda depends on what your after.. Seems to me
as if they can't make a bow with out giving up something. Example there
might be a fast bow but not good let off or terrible draw cycle but not
great speed ext. kinda depends in what's more important to you and how you
hunt. Good video though! And as soon as I sell my "ancient" bowtech Tacoma
I'm getting one of these! Refuse to follow!
Tiffany Saucier: Thank you much!! (:
xxxthaiguyxxx: I have switched to a QAD drop away, that seems to have cured most of my
flight problems, I am shooting much tighter groups now. Just wish I would
of switched earlier.
TheBowhunter360: great video, about that hostage though, u might have to adjust the nocks so
the fletchings do not come in contact with the rest, through my experience
i have shot many different rests and in all honesty the cheepest one (which
was the hostage) was the best but thats just in my opinion, great bow
definitly one of my favorites and congrats on your new hobby
xxxthaiguyxxx: Yeah it has like a 80 percent let off which is awesome. I wanted the black
but the shop I got it from diddnt have one
Hob0Magnet: Bowtech make the best bows, good choice!
mike smith: You are right> the arrow rest is junk as brushes wear fast, I never had it
tear my fletchings though......I did end up replacing the rest. The only
real problem I had with my 2012 Assassin is when you draw down too fast on
the bow the string can easily jumped your cam as it did to me once. The
problem is the side walls on the cam are not deep enough, so be careful
when drawing down on your bow....... do it very slowly (drawing down on
it). Other then that I really like the bow for the money.
chevyman5134: i know that you are new to archery so here is a tip i notice as soon as you
pulled your bow back the the weight is up to much for you i use to shoot at
70lbs on my mathews bow but i have learned that you should be able to hold
the bow in the position as if you are aiming to shoot and pull it back with
ease! Speed is not everything i would rather have a more accurate shot than
a fast shot! what is speed if your not accurate? Keep it up and read up on
archery. God Bless!
dillpicklenigga: Tip: Don't keep the bow pulled back for such a long time, Even with the let
off its still holding 70 pounds. Shoot as soon as you line the sight with
bthacker07: Congrats on the new bow...For the price the Assassin is definitely one of
the best on the market.Good luck to you.
xxxthaiguyxxx: No problem
assassinflight: Enjoy, its a super bow, a good solid decision.
Bob Jankins: try holding your bow with your index and thumb itll make it so you dont
torgue it and make you more accurate
andrew depalma: loosen up ur grip it will help ur shaking
xxxthaiguyxxx: Yeah hoyts are nice bows. They were just a little to pricey for me. This
one fits my needs for now.
N8tivePatriot565: which is the top of the line bowtech bow?
Shaun Armin: Bad review!!! Very brief... It's hitting your fletching probably because
you didn't turn the knocks! Work on your shooting form and stop punching
Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.