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I’ve done a lot of research and with the ATA going on I’m waiting until after to make a choice. Just looking for pros/cons on my current thinking ...

I’m in Michigan so nice season (2.5 months) and our land has tree stands at about 40 yard shots. I’m open to any budget as I like quality and I take care of my stuff. I’m currently looking at the new Ten Point Vapor and the Scorpyd Nemesis.

I’m interested in the whole experience, not just bows out of the box. Which has better ease of maintenance, etc.

Thanks for any input!
 

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Welcome to the CBN Grassy! ;)

Time will tell on Maintenance with the Vapor but my TenPoint RDX bows have been solid hunting companions and over the past 5 years I've had 5 and still have 2 of them.

No question that the Vapor's new ACUslide crank system is a far better design than the Scorpyd option. It's an overall smaller form than the Nemesis but a bit heavier. Smaller trumps the weight for me in spades. The new Vapor S1 trigger should put it in class with the Scorpyd. Sit back and watch the reports for a bit. You'll figure out which one is the better fit.
 
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I’ve done a lot of research and with the ATA going on I’m waiting until after to make a choice. Just looking for pros/cons on my current thinking ...

I’m in Michigan so nice season (2.5 months) and our land has tree stands at about 40 yard shots. I’m open to any budget as I like quality and I take care of my stuff. I’m currently looking at the new Ten Point Vapor and the Scorpyd Nemesis.

I’m interested in the whole experience, not just bows out of the box. Which has better ease of maintenance, etc.

Thanks for any input!
 
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