Riser advice please

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pitprops

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Hi All,

I think its time to raid the piggy bank and invest in a new riser. Currently I'm shooting a Hoyt GM. I was heading down the road of the Hoyt Matrix, cos that's what everyone hereabouts seems to shoot. Then whilst browsing I came across the Spigarelli 2001 VBS and the Win & Win Xpert NX both within the right sort of price range. Of the three, the Spigarelli package seems to offer best value for money.

Anyone got any thoughts or experience of these risers (or others)?

Ta very much
 

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pitprops - 22/5/2005 6:43 PM Hi All, I think its time to raid the piggy bank and invest in a new riser. Currently I'm shooting a Hoyt GM. I was heading down the road of the Hoyt Matrix, cos that's what everyone hereabouts seems to shoot. Then whilst browsing I came across the Spigarelli 2001 VBS and the Win & Win Xpert NX both within the right sort of price range. Of the three, the Spigarelli package seems to offer best value for money. Anyone got any thoughts or experience of these risers (or others)? Ta very much
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I recently upgraded to a Matrix and found it to be a lovely riser to shoot as they balance quite nicely. If you do get one, get rid of the standard Hoyt grip and buy one of the shorter wooden replacement grips; they're about ?20.00.</p>
 

Barry C

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The Spig 2001 is a legend. I shot it until it broke. My fault. I liked it much better than the Matrix (aka the ford escort?;) ) Although the Matrix is very succesful and popular.?2001 is great value for money and even greater to shoot. The grip is awful so but a Hoyt or Samick one to replace it. </p>



The 2001 is a heavy riser ~1400g, very stable and well balanced. It gives superb feedback and has great limb adjustment feature.</p>
 
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