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    cant go wrong with the X, i love mine so much i now have a cheetah and firecat for sale

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    I can't stop feeling the need to chime in here as well. I finally decided to upgrade my 2003 Jaguar Mag last month and thought I was all set on a 2010 Firecat TR2...that after testing the Pantera, Firecat Tr1, and Tr2. Of course my direction began to shift during my research on the Firecat, in which I started to seeing references to the Rytera Alien X. So the plethora of 2009 Firecat limb issues had me convinced I needed to go with a 2010, but the reviews I read on the Alien X were convincing enought to look further. Unfortunately, I couldn't find one anywhere around here to shoot. The inertia was set, though, when I literally stumbled on a deal for a new 2010 Alien X and I pulled the trigger. Thanks to all you who have provided such overwhelming positive feedback, I believe I couldn't have made a better decision. This bow is a incredible. I've only begin to get it though its initial setup, but I am impressed. Granted I'm coming off a Jaguar, which is a solid bow, but I've shot numerous other brands as well. ...and, based upon the way the Alien performs, I think my Hyperlite neighbor is thinking he needs a new bow!

    All that being said, I'd probably be as excited about the Tr2 or the Pantera, but i really think the draw cycle and release of the Alien is what it's cracked up to be. But the fact that I picked up the Alien for less than my options for either of the aformentioned is icing on the cake. I should have bought a lottery ticket that day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawtellpeak View Post
    I can't stop feeling the need to chime in here as well. I finally decided to upgrade my 2003 Jaguar Mag last month and thought I was all set on a 2010 Firecat TR2...that after testing the Pantera, Firecat Tr1, and Tr2. Of course my direction began to shift during my research on the Firecat, in which I started to seeing references to the Rytera Alien X. So the plethora of 2009 Firecat limb issues had me convinced I needed to go with a 2010, but the reviews I read on the Alien X were convincing enought to look further. Unfortunately, I couldn't find one anywhere around here to shoot. The inertia was set, though, when I literally stumbled on a deal for a new 2010 Alien X and I pulled the trigger. Thanks to all you who have provided such overwhelming positive feedback, I believe I couldn't have made a better decision. This bow is a incredible. I've only begin to get it though its initial setup, but I am impressed. Granted I'm coming off a Jaguar, which is a solid bow, but I've shot numerous other brands as well. ...and, based upon the way the Alien performs, I think my Hyperlite neighbor is thinking he needs a new bow!

    All that being said, I'd probably be as excited about the Tr2 or the Pantera, but i really think the draw cycle and release of the Alien is what it's cracked up to be. But the fact that I picked up the Alien for less than my options for either of the aformentioned is icing on the cake. I should have bought a lottery ticket that day...
    I'm glad you're happy with the Alien, especially the price, apparently. And while we're at it, welcome to the Tech Forum. Hope you become part of the community.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brem View Post
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    What kind of speeds and accuracy are you experincing with your setup?
    Well for accuacy it does pretty good Ive stacked two sets of arrows now . and for speed im shooting around the 310 ish fps after the shop tweaked it for me. but watch your mod screws mine keep coming loose might have to use a bit of loctite yet

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    tuneez make a limb damper for crossbows, i ordered and installed on my X, i couldnt believe my ears/hand, all i now hear/feel when i pull the release trigger now is a whisper of my string and my arrow hitting home they came in a 4 pack and i put 2 on each limb
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