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Just bought a Havoctec before opening day. Shot a nice buck on opening day and lost it. Searched for over 11 hours!!!! Got a 3x3 on tuesday. No brow tines, would have been a nice 4x4. Anyone know why the havoctec's are so damn loud?
 

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Well besides the obvious, loose sights, rest or anything else. Is there string suppresors or string silencers. Are the basics there. If not than that could be the problem.......Or.....I also know some one who shoots a Hoyt his is a little noisy too. I shoot a Mathews Fx, cheaper version of the mathews bows and have noticed that mine is quite quieter the his Hoyt. I am not saying mathew's Or Hoyt is better, just saying you are not the only one with that problem

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I also have a hoyt havoctec...when I first purchased I noticed a little louder noise to this bow......
Since then I have put string silencers on and limb savers, tightened everything and since then have had not problems.....
Matter of fact, this is one of the nicest bows I have owned in this price range........
 

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Nice score!! But I'm zoned in totally on the Matthews standard (there first bow) the repetition is incredible even after one off season to the next. I know it's the bow of my lifetime anyway. 8)
 

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i have to back up the hoyt. I get a differant bow every year and till last year when i went from the hoyt havoctech to the browning mirage i have found lots of flaws in the browning compared to the hoyt. I have not however been able to shoot a mathews. The hoyt has the vibration cornered but the weight was a lil heavy....but that helps keep the bow stable.
 
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