Just curious what everyone thinks on this. My Dad has said mine sounds really quiet when he has been with me. I on the other hand feel like there could be a little more noise than I think. Is it just the fact that it is right next to your face/head that you would hear more than there actually is down range?
When I first got the bow, I thought it was really loud! Just had leeches on at the time. Since, I picked up a LimbSaver String Stop, Limbsavers, Whiskers as my noise dampening and could notice a significant difference. I am shooting arrows that are considered on the "light" side (340-350grain) according to most on the AT hunt threads. Think I am going to get my Dad to shoot the bow and I'll have to just listen in and see what I think. Not sure what else I could do for noise reduction aside from kicking the arrow weight up which I would prefer not too unless I absolutely have to - finding that I'm not getting good penetration this fall - or bring the draw weight down, which I would also prefer not to do.