Hoyt Spyder 30 Reviews and Prices
Hoyt Spyder 30 Review
Our Hoyt Spyder 30 Review is one of the first on the internet because the bow was just announced. The all new 2013 Hoyt Spyder series is an aluminum riser bow with several new features. The new riser design provides a lighter bow. The naked bow weight is 3.8 pounds and is getting closer to the Mathews Heli M. The geometry of the bow is very similar to the recent Hoyt bow.
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Hoyt Spyder 30 Draw Cycle
The Spyder 30 utilizes the RKT Cam 1/2 system. This leads me to believe the draw cycle should greatly resemble all the other Hoyt 2012 bows. Hunters have reported that this bow has a great draw a super solid back wall.
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Here is a video from Hoyt that explains the Hoyt RKT Cam in great detail
Hoyt Spyder 30 Back Wall
I am looking for an opportunity to shoot the Hoyt Spyder 30 before reporting on the back wall and draw cycle. Hopefully one of our visitors will get the opportunity and leave a Hoyt Spyder 30 Review.
Hoyt Spyder 30 Noise and Vibration
The new Hoyt Spyder Series has an interesting new vibration absorption system. This system is built into the limbs and call Hoyt Air Shox. It is similar to a cable or string stop except it is mounted on the limbs. When the bow is draw, the limbs are pulled away from this Air Shox. When the arrow is released, the limb comes to rest against this stop and all vibration and noise is stopped. It will be interesting to see how well this new feature works.
Hoyt Spder 30 Speeds
The Hoyt Spyder 30 slings arrows through the chronograph at 330 fps ATA. This is a great speed for hunting any animal in any terrain. The 30 inch axle to axle size also makes it a very manuverable bow. The brace height is 6.75 inches.
SpeedShooterXT just released a very good video of all the new 2013 Hoyt Bow speeds. Check out the video below!
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