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Looks like a cross between a Darton and a KI (Hori Zone). Foot stirrup looks like last year’s KI . PSE &KI have used Hori Zone bows for years.
 
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I think you are right. We will probably more reverse cams from now on, especially with the laid back, parallel limbs and narrower bows. Good way to increase power stroke without making the bow longer. Big thing could be cam lean, but my Burky RDX is 9 1/4” ata cocked, and the cams are very straight so it can be done. As far as this PSE, it does say Made in USA, could that be more like assembled in USA? Tiny butt stock, trigger, and scope rail look like Darton. The rest doesn’t, but could be, I guess.
 

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now that is tiny! I bet price point will be quite competitive too. This could be a sleeper.

Laws of physics says with a scope this Xbow will weigh in at around 8.2 to 8.4ls with the scope, not counting the quiver setup. Not a negative but just a notable.

Nice intro PSE let's see pending review to carry on the mojo.
 

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Take a close look at the cocked string on this bow just under the cheek rest. There is nothing to protect the cheek area of the shooter's face should the string break. A loose end of a string could cut the person's cheek wide open if that were to happen. If they do put a cheek guard there to protect the shooter's face, they would be infringing on my patents. Just like Darton, they try to get the cocked string as close to the stock as they can without infringing on my patents.
 

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Take a close look at the cocked string on this bow just under the cheek rest. There is nothing to protect the cheek area of the shooter's face should the string break. A loose end of a string could cut the person's cheek wide open if that were to happen. If they do put a cheek guard there to protect the shooter's face, they would be infringing on my patents. Just like Darton, they try to get the cocked string as close to the stock as they can without infringing on my patents.
Respectfully, I agree but have same concerns with KI Swat. Feel thumb guard should extend the the cheek area on the Swat.
 

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Respectfully, I agree but have same concerns with KI Swat. Feel thumb guard should extend the the cheek area on the Swat.
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Once you put the SWAT XP in your hands, you will see that your change to thumb guard is not necessary UNLESS (referring to a right handed shooter) you grab the grip with your right hand and put your trigger finger on the trigger (which is necessary to shoot the bow) and grab the bottom of the barrel behind the grip instead of grabbing the bottom of the forearm in front of the trigger. If someone were to do that, it would be extremely uncomfortable to shoot and look awkward as hell not to mention making the bow seem way too front heavy.
 

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Ya but some are really use to front end heavy....;)

The scope on those things must move in the wind... IDK for sure though! I just had to use this emogi! He looks like Pin...don't ya think!!!?
 
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