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2012 PSE Stinger 3G vs Brute X – Q & A with PSE’s Bobby V

PSE’s Bobby V compares the 2012 PSE Stinger 3G versus the 2012 PSE Brute X. To see how other’s compare the bows, go to our Facebook page at

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    This entry was posted on April 5, 2012 by PSE Archery. It was filed under Bowhunting, PSE New Products, Q & A with Bobby V and was tagged with archery, bowhunting, Brute, brute x, compound bow, Precision Shooting Equipment, PSE, PSE Bows, PSEBows, Stinger, stinger 3g.

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      If I shoot amy bow at 65Lbs., does it hurt the performance by turning down a 70 lb. bow to 65Lbs.? Is it better to shoot a 60lb. bow turned all the way up or a 70lb. bow turned down to 65? I can shoot at 70lbs, but its hard to draw in my treestand when its cold.

      April 27, 2012 at 5:28 pm

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        Cody Richardson

        Its fine to shoot a bow anywhere in its weight range, it will effect speed but with yours only being a 5 pound difference you wont notice a thing. I shoot my 70# stinger at 57#, smooth and fast all day long. Happy Shootin!

        May 23, 2012 at 11:18 am

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      I’ve decided to purchase either a Stinger 3G or the Brute X for my 13 year old son. I’ve been to two different Pro Shops looking at these bows. One Pro Shop says that either bow can be adjusted from 40 to70 pounds. The other says that I must pick 50 to 60 pounds or 60 to 70 pounds draw weight. Could you please clarify? The PSE literature lists it as follows. DRAW WEIGHTS: 50, 60, 70 lbs.
      Thanks for your help!

      June 6, 2012 at 3:06 pm

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        PSE Archery

        You can turn both bows out 10 turns from the bottom, which is about 20 pounds down from peak weight. So your 70# bow will turn down to 50#. 30-50, 40-60, 50-70.

        June 13, 2012 at 8:12 am


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