Hoyt FX COMP DCX Compound Bow

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Hoyt FX COMP DCX bow for sale



Brace Height: 6.5 "
Axle to Axle Length: 33 "
Draw Length: 23 " - 28.5 "

Draw Weight: 30 lbs - 60 lbs
IBO Speed: 314 fps
Weight: 4.2 lbs

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FX COMP DCX reviews

When looking for the perfect bow to help you become the best archer possible, one of the most important factors every archer must consider is how their bow fits. Hoyt has created a wide range of bow weights and sizes for every archer and their new FX Comp DCX brings the accuracy and power of larger Hoyt bows into a much smaller form factor.

Things to Consider Before Buying

The Hoyt FX Comp line of bows introduces the world of target archery to new markets with its smaller 33-inch frame that allows smaller framed archers to shoot with the proven accuracy of a Hoyt bow. The new DCX cams on this variant of the FX Comp allow it to shoot at speeds of up to 309 fps, which is much faster than any similar competitor’s bows.

The new FX Comp Stealthshot string suppression system is upgraded from previous models and has a new material that decreases the amount of vibration generated from shooting, with the added benefit for more accurate shots with a cleaner arrow release. The unique shoot-thru design of the Comp riser increases the rigidity or the bow, which allows arrows to fly more consistently and also makes the frame more balanced, since it is composed of one piece of sturdy material. All of the features of the FX Comp combine and work together to create a shooting package that dominates at every shooting range.

Who Should Buy it?

Hoyt target compound bows are serious pieces of technology that provide archers with an unmatched shooting experience. The FX Comp has the unique trait of coming in a smaller frame than most other target bows and allows for smaller framed archers to get the same consistent shooting experience as other archers have found with other Hoyt bows. The FX Comp would be the perfect bow for the smaller archer who wants a no-compromise bow that will help them be the best archer they can be.

Who Shouldn’t Buy it?

Despite its friendly frame size, the FX Comp series is not just any standard compound bow. Unless you have a generous amount of experience using a target bow and only want a bow to take to the target range, then you may be better off looking at other bows. The pedigree this bows comes from was designed to win at target ranges in the hands of skilled archers and would not be ideal for less serious or hunting focused archers.

Pros

  • The FX Comp opens up the world of target shooting to a wider audience than ever before
  • The new DCX cams improve upon older models for a new and improved shooting experience
  • The riser on the Comp uses an innovative design for enhanced performance

Cons

  • The niche market of the FX Comp makes it a more expensive bow

Final thoughts 

Smaller archers rarely get bows just for them, but the new Hoyt FX Comp DCX provides a package that was designed with the smaller archer in mind.

Specifications for the Hoyt bow: FX COMP DCX

Brace Height6.5 “
Axle to Axle Length33 “
Draw Length23 ” – 28.5 “
Draw Weight30 lbs – 60 lbs
IBO Speed314 fps
Weight4.2 lbs
Let-Off80%

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The Hoyt FX Compound Bow is the latest product by the company that first made the Hoyt Plus Compound Bow. This is a new compound bow and so this is a new bow. It has a simple, functional design that makes it very user friendly for beginning archers. It also comes with all the great Hoyt bows, including the Prominence Compound Bow and the New Target Compound Bow.

The Hoyt FX Compound Bow is similar to the Hoyt Archery Compound Bow, which has a fairly complex design. The difference between this and the Archery Compound Bow is that the Archery Compound Bow has a belt feed rather than a finger feed. This means that it does not have the significant power of the Archery Compound Bow but it is much more compact. For beginners, this is the bow to get as they will feel more comfortable with the belt feed and can be built with a recurve bow handle if desired. It is also a nice bow for an avid bow hunter or sports archer who wants something that is capable of doing something beyond arrow jumping.

The Coyote FX is basically the same as the Coyote Compound Bow except that it has a loop at the butt that enables it to be installed with a recurve bow handle. This allows you to retain your finger loops on your older compound bows. The only slight difference is that the Coyote has a two piece grip instead of one piece as with the Compound. Both of these bows are made of carbon fiber and the Coyote is slightly heavier. The Coyote also comes with a steel monobloc spine with a normal thread design. The only drawback with this bow is that it is more expensive than the other bows as it is about twenty percent more expensive.

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