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Elite Carbon Omnia- November

enkriss

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The Omnia is their flagship aluminum bow. The new carbon bow is called the era
 

raisins

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reviews of the new omnia are impressive....if they can get that speed with the larger valley i like for hunting....many fast bows are jumpy (relax a fraction of an inch while waiting on a buck to walk into range and you're suddenly holding peak weight.....i'll pull into the wall when necessary for the shot though)

if i didn't have a new bow i'd look at this and the new pse mach 34
 

Fuse Dude

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Jan 6, 2020
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The Omnia draw cycle was relatively aggressive, but settled in nicely at 70 lbs. The build seemed very nice, however the Bowtech SS is comparable. I'm a 60ish lb shooter though, so you guys with big arms can have it.
 

Horn

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The Omnia draw cycle was relatively aggressive, but settled in nicely at 70 lbs. The build seemed very nice, however the Bowtech SS is comparable. I'm a 60ish lb shooter though, so you guys with big arms can have it.
If the draw cycle is really that great my wallet is going to mad at me! I really like the SS draw cycle, but I'd take the extra speed if the Omnia has it. Curious about the new Athens bow too
 

The_Fit_Ness_Monster

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Jan 31, 2022
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I sat in a bow shop yesterday for 2 hrs shooting the inline from prime and the omnia, i cant decide for the life of me, both very smooth at 80#, both solid in hand, prime is a little quicker to settle and get aimed but that expected with prime but the elite is very impressive with the speed, something prime has always lacked. Now im not a speed freak, but i do practice on my range out to 110 yds and have been craving just a little more FPS for the longer shots. But at the same time the prime gets it done also. This is the most indecisive ive ever been with 2 bows. HELP.ME.PLEASE. Lol
 
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