Hoyt Proelite Compound Bow
Over the years the Elite series of compound bows from the Hoyt range has had enormous tournament success showing remarkable consistency of performance. The ProElite compound bow was popular with tournament and 3-D shooters particularly for its forgiveness thanks to the cam and ½ technology. The reason for the popularity came down to one main thing, the bow was used to win a lot of competitions and this speaks volumes for the performance and accuracy.
The bow used a riser technology that allowed the bow superior lateral stiffness. The technology was known as the TEC Shoot-Thru design and it give the shooter added balance and a more stable shot. The key feature that this gave the bow was a combination of tremendous accuracy and a lot of forgiveness without having to sacrifice speed.
It is still possible to find a Proelite as a used compound bow. You should simply ensure that the bow is set up to closely resemble your own shooting style or that tit is possible to only make minor changes to the bow for it to remain as a high performance competition bow.
The ProElite and the UltraElite have been replaced in the 2010 line up by two new bows, the Contender and the Contender Elite that are predicted to carry on the tournament winning ability of their predecessors.
Hoyt Proelite Bows For Sale
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C2 Cam and 1/2
TEC Shoot-Thru riser
XT2000 or XT3000 limbs
Hoyt Proelite Bow Specs
The choice of cams i.e. cam 1/2 against C2 is more about feel than anything else, the difference in speed is meaningless particularly for target shooting, and anything else come to that. I can't see any reason for not using adjustable cams, it's very usefull to be able to experiment with draw length. The choice between pro or ultra elite is a personel one, each has their own fan club. I like the Prolelite and with 3000 limbs and cam 1/2 + it would be my ideal bow.
I like the ProElite quite well...I would probably look at an even larger ATA on a pure target bow though. the Vantage X8 looks very nice as well (hoyt guys, mobow...why don't I hear more mention of this bow? On paper it looks like a great bow, but all I ever hear about are people shooting the ProElite and UltraElite.