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Bow Report: Darton DS-3800

The “DS” is an acronym for DualSync, a reference to Darton’s hybrid cam system. The original Pro 3800 featured the same basic design, but the name was changed to DS-3800 presumably to highlight that design.
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Bow Report: BOWTECH "Experience"

For 2013 BowTech’s designers, in response to input from customers, backed off the throttle and designed what BOWTECH touts as “the smoothest drawing, quietest shooting, most forgiving bow” they have made to date.
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Bow Report: Diamond "Core"

Being neither the least nor most expensive bow in the Diamond line-up makes the Core sort of a value bow among value bows.
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Bow Report: Mathews Monster Chill

In comparison with most previous Monster bows, the Chill sacrifices about 10 to 20 feet per second in speed to gain a smoother draw cycle and make for quieter, more forgiving shooting.
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Bow Report: PSE "X-Force DNA"

PSE touts its new flagship bow as “…entirely different, all the way down to its DNA.”
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Bow Report: Elite "Hunter"

Elite boasts that its bows are extremely quiet, in addition to being “dead-in-the-hand,” and our objective tests indicate that the Hunter is, in fact, a very quiet bow.
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Bow Report: Quest Rogue

The Rogue is all about being smooth-drawing, pleasant-shooting, forgiving, and affordable. Virtually every feature of this bow’s design contributes to its shootability, beginning with the new Fluid Cam.
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Bow Report: Elite Answer

The Answer is Elite’s attempt to produce “the perfect blend of smoothness, speed, and stability in an all-around hunting and 3-D bow.”
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Bow Report: Darton DS 3900

The new DS-3900, described by Darton as a more compact, even faster version of the 3800. At 327?8 inches axle to axle, it is a little shorter than its predecessor and slightly lighter.
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Bow Report: Prime Centroid LR

Prime made several significant improvements on the Centroid (as well as the Shift) for 2012. Most notably, the riser is forged 7000 series aluminum, as opposed to the industry standard 6061 T6.
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