Pick the one that FEELS the best in your hands and it is the one you will shoot the best with. If you carry any negativity in your mind, you will not shoot well with any bow on the market! You and you alone must make the choice.
As mentioned above, every bow manufacturer makes good bows!
There are so many good bow brands out there. I feel the best way is to try them, the bow for the most dollars in some cases is not the best bow. I sell a lot of the Peason bows over the years and they seem to be excellent quality for a reasonable price....
I'm on my second Matthews, a Legacy purchased last summer. I know there are other great bows out there, but I have to say, both of these bows that I've owned were great shooters, well built, were everything I wanted in a hunting bow.
I've not shot the Pearson, and have a new Matthews LX, that Im waiting on a sight for. But I have shot the Legacy, and it was so smooth that I had to look down after release to see if the arrow was gone. Then I knew I wanted a Matthews. Maybe the Pearson is just as smooth. I agree with the others advise, pick the one that fits you and your needs. Maybe the Matthews is the one that fit me best, but the local bow shop didn't have one when I traded for the new one, to try.
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